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1 Unit 3 Middle Ages Review World HistoryUnit 3 Middle Ages Review
2 Unit 3 Review1. What was the chief goal of the Crusades? a. to spread Christianity throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa b. to recover Jerusalem and the Holy Land from the Muslim Turks c. to improve trade among Europe, Asia, and Africa d. to force the Byzantines to become Catholics 2. What did the Magna Carta guarantee? a. the end of taxation b. a model parliament c. basic legal rights d. a House of Commons 3. Which group was most responsible for the spread of the bubonic plague to Europe? a. invaders b. Crusaders c. traders d. French soldiers
3 Unit 3 Reviewa. chivalryb. Charlemagnec. fiefd. manore. canon lawf. monasteryg. tournamenth. feudalismi. excommunicationj. Charles Martel4. During the Middle Ages, what was a grant of land from a lord to a vassal called? Fief 5. What was a mock battle that served as a training exercise for young knights called? Tournament 6. What was the act of taking away a person's right to membership in the Church? Excommunication 7. Which Carolingian leader reunited Western Europe and was crowned Emperor by Pope Leo III? Charlemagne
4 Unit 3 Reviewa. chivalryb. Charlemagnec. fiefd. manore. canon lawf. monasteryg. tournamenth. feudalismi. excommunicationj. Charles Martel8. What system of government was based on the exchange of land for protection and services?Feudalism9. Which code were knights expected to follow?Chivalry10. What was the body of rules and regulations governing religious practices such as marriage?Canon Law11. What was a lord's estate called?Manor
5 Unit 3 Review Charles Martel a. chivalry b. Charlemagne c. fief d. manore. canon lawf. monasteryg. tournamenth. feudalismi. excommunicationj. Charles Martel12. What was the name for a community of Christian men who gave up all private possessions to serve God? Monastery13. Which leader halted the Muslim invasion of Western Europe at the Battle of Tours?Charles Martel
6 Unit 3 Review14. What was the purpose of the Reconquista? a. to try people suspected of heresy b. to drive the Muslims out of Spain c. to recapture the Holy Land d. to solidify the Moorish influence in Spain 15. Whose rights did the Magna Carta originally intend to defend? a. all English subjects b. the English nobility c. the English monarch d. religious minorities 16. What did the decisions of the English royal courts of justice create? a. the code of chivalry b. the Estates General c. the Model Parliament d. English common law
7 Unit 3 Review17. How did the Battle of Hastings change the course of English history? a. The Anglo-Saxons took control of England. b. The Normans took control of England. c. English became the dominant language. d. The Danish Vikings were driven out of England. 18. The achievement for which Charlemagne is most remembered was a. traveling to Rome to crush a mob threatening the pope. b. building an empire larger than any since Rome. c. visiting every part of his kingdom to ensure justice. d. halting the expansion of the Muslim empire. 19. All of the following are true of the Germanic tribes EXCEPT that a. they used a variety of written languages. b. they lived in small, closely knit communities. c. they had a strong tradition of songs and legends. d. each tribe's chief had a group of warriors loyal only to him.
8 Unit 3 Review20. According to the code of chivalry, a knight fought for all of the following EXCEPTa. his lady.b. his country.c. his feudal lord.d. his heavenly Lord.21. The bargain made between a lord and a vassal wasa. that the vassal would build a city on the lord's lands.b. that the lord would defend the vassal in battle.c. that the lord would grant the vassal land in exchange for military service.d. that the vassal would build a monastery in exchange for food.22. What was one negative effect of the Crusades that has continued to the present?a. weakening of the feudal nobilityb. trade between Europe and Asiac. hostility between Muslims and Christiansd. strengthening of papal authority
9 Unit 3 Review 23. What was at stake in the Battle of Hastings? a. whether the language of England would be English or Frenchb. whether the Normans or the Anglo-Saxons would rule Englandc. whether the Vikings would conquer the Saxonsd. whether or not the Church would dominate England24. What did the devastation caused by the bubonic plague contribute to?a. a flowering of the arts in the later Middle Agesb. the dominance of the Church in the later Middle Agesc. the disruption and collapse of medieval societyd. a sense of unity among the continents affected by it25. Why did learning decline during the last years of Roman Empire?a. Invaders burned most of the empire's collections of manuscripts.B. Invaders could neither read nor write and did not understand Latin.c. Everything written in Greek was destroyed by the invaders.d. All of the above are true.
10 Unit 3 Review26. What were the forces holding feudal society together?a. a set of mutual social obligations and the teachings of the Church.b. loyalty to country and belief in Godc. pride in their Roman heritage and a thriving economic systemd. the code of chivalry, the laws of Rome, and the teachings of the Church27. How were feudalism and the manor system related?a. Feudalism was a social order, and the manor system was the economic arrangement thatsupported it.b. Feudalism applied only to lords, while the manor system involved serfs.c. The laws of feudalism were set by the king, and the laws of the manor were set by theChurch.d. Feudalism involved only war, while the manor system involved farming.28. The leader who brought Christianity to the Franks wasa. Clovis.b. Charlemagne.c. Charles Martel.d. Pepin the Short.
11 Unit 3 Review29. A book of rules to be used for governing monasteries was written bya. Einhard.b. Benedict.c. Scholastica.d. Venerable Bede.30. Under the system of feudalism, a fief belonged to which category?a. taxb. weaponc. land grantd. religious title31. In the feudal system, what was a manor?a. a lord's estateb. a right to use landc. a customary way of doing thingsd. an obligation to provide protection
12 Unit 3 Review32. Troubadours were a. foot soldiers. b. poet-musicians. c. knights-in-training. 33. Canon law deals with issues under the authority of a. the Church. b. the military. c. the emperor. d. a feudal lord. 34. What was the most important effect of the Hundred Years' War? a. It caused the development of national identities in England and France. b. It led to Joan of Arc becoming France's patron saint. c. It destroyed formerly prosperous English towns and villages. d. It put an end to the three-field approach to farming