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Middle Ages Questions
1. What were the Middle Ages? The historical time period between the Fall of the Roman Empire & the Renaissance
2. What was the Byzantine Empire? The Christian Empire that the eastern half of the old Roman Empire became.
3. How did Feudalism work? It was a political system based on land & loyalty. Kings passed out land to Lords in exchange for loyalty and military service. Lords then did the same to lesser Lords.
3. continued Peasants / Serfs worked the land in exchanged for shelter and protection. Land = Power
4. What was the manor, and how was it self-sufficient? Was the Lord’s estate It was self-sufficient: Food, water, shelter, fuel, etc. was all located there.
5. What happened to the Christian Church in 1054? It split East & West The Catholic Church in the west The Eastern Orthodox Church in the east.
6. List 3 interactions between Asia & Europe: The Crusades The Black Death Trade along the Silk Road
7. What were the Crusades, and what was their main goal? The Crusades were the Holy Wars Christians fought against the Muslims in order regain control of Jerusalem.
8. Major effects of Crusades: Trade increased between Europe & Asia Europeans brought back knowledge & ideas from the East Resentment between Muslims & Christians increased
9. Causes of the Black Death: Started in China, brought to Europe via trade Infected fleas on rats helped spread the bubonic plague Lack of knowledge & poor sanitation allowed it spread
10. Effects of the Black Death Killed almost 25 million people in Europe Ended feudalism because the serfs who survived left the manor in search of better wages.
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