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Ch. 18 & 19 Soc. St. Notes
1) Most land in Europe lies within 300 miles of a seacoast. True 2) Mongol attacks on Japan in the late 1200s were turned back with the help of violent typhoons. True
3) Each feudal territory had at its center a noble’s castle. True 4) Although Yoritomo was made shogun in 1192, it was the emperor who actually ran Japan’s government for the next seven centuries. False
5) Under the regents, the Japanese government eliminated taxes from farmers and raised them on nobles in the outlying provinces. False
6) The Koreans survived a Japanese attack only to later be defeated by the Chinese. 7) Students in the first European universities did not have books.
8) After the battle of Hastings in 1066, who was crowned king of England? William the Conqueror 9) One Southeast Asian art form is the shadow puppet theater.
10) Richard I and Saladin negotiated through envoys. 11) Some were shamans is a true statement about women in early Korean culture.
12) According to the Magna Carta, what right did a woman have after her husband died? To live in his house for 40 days
13) In 1073, Pope Gregory VII issued a decree forbidding kings from appointing high-ranking church officials. 14) What were apprentices in craft guilds given in return for their work? Room and board
15) What happened to many villages after the Black Death? They were deserted and never resettled because everyone who lived there had died.
16) The four largest Japanese islands are Honshu, Shikoko, Kyushu, and Hokkaido. 17) General Wang Kon united the Korean Peninsula and set up the Koryo kingdom.
18) The word Viking come from their word for raiding. 19) Chinese culture first entered Korea through which early kingdoms? Koguryo
20) Which of the following was a feature of Gothic cathedrals? Stained glass windows 21) The river valleys, coastal deltas, and volcanoes of Southeast Asia have resulted in rich soil that is good for farming.
22) The relationship among the Three Kingdoms can best be described as tense and hostile.
23) Europe’s seas and rivers played an important part in Europe’s growth because they provided both protection and opportunities for trading with nearby economies.
24) What did the Japanese emperor do in 1192 to prevent the Minamoto family from taking the throne? He gave Minamoto Yoritomo the title of shogun.
25) In order to win their independence, the Viet first rebelled against the weakened Tang dynasty and defeated the Chinese in battle. 26) Who helped lead the French army to victory at Orleans? Joan of Arc
27) The first major Islamic center in southeast Asia developed in Melaka. 28) Wealthy Europeans began to demand eastern goods which was one effect of the Crusades on Western Europe.
29) Lady Murasaki Shikibu wrote this book about a Japanese prince. A Tale of Genji 30) When the Mongols attacked Japan their ships were smashed by storms.
31) Which was a Germanic people who settled the area known today as France? Franks. 32) Which group invaded Korea in A.D. 1231? Mongols
33) People who follow Shinto believe everything in nature has a spirit. 34) The Manchus forced the surrender of the Yi dynasty.
35) The wealth of Khmer empire was based on rice. 36) Because they blamed Jews for the plague, Germans expelled them from many German cities.
37) Domesday Book census taken in England by William the Conqueror. 38) Celts - pushed into Ireland, Wales, and Scotland by the Angles and Saxons.
39) King John - signed the Magna Carta in ) vassal - noble who served a lord of a higher rank
41) Kievan Rus - group of small territories that expanded around the Eastern European city of Kiev. 42) Flanders - center of trade in northern Europe
knight - warrior in armor who fought on horseback fief - land granted to a vassal, or knight
Serf - person who worked the lord’s land Venice - Italian city that was a major trading center
vassals - servants such as the samurai who vowed loyalty to a lord origami - the art of folding paper to make decorative objects
shogun Japanese commander of the military forces sect - small religious group turtle ships - used by the Koreans to defeat the Japanese in battle