Test Answers on Medieval Flashcards

The dates for the medieval period are generally considered to be:

Question: Answer: The dates for the Medieval period are generally considered to be: 1150 – 1450 AD

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Chapter 10 and 12: Medieval Europe

question Henry II answer … question Named after the walled cities, they lived in, these people were merchants and artisans. answer Bourgeouisie question By 800, most of Europe’s population was answer serfs question The revival of trade led to answer Repopulation of old Roman cities question William of Normandy answer … question What is the […]

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Black death/ medieval europe

question Black Death answer The bubonic plague that wiped out the majority of the population from the peeking point of 1348-1350 question About how many people died from the plague answer 75-200 million question What are the symptoms of the black death day 1 answer You would get buboes up to the size of an […]

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Medieval Christian Europe Part 2

question Which of the following was the significance of the emergence of a vernacular language in medieval Europe? answer It suggested a new interest in ordinary people and the stories that entertained and educated them. question Which of the following was a central idea in Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologica? answer Faith and reason do not […]

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Medieval Europe: Chapters 4 and 5

question Where were towns in medieval Europe often located and why? answer Most towns were located on the country side because it was very busy in the center of town. question What contributed to the growth of towns in medieval Europe? answer Trade contributed to the growth of towns. question How was the town able […]

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Pilgrimage in Medieval Europe

question pilgrimage answer The fundamental teachings of Christianity count no place more holy than a _______________. question Jesus answer “Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them”. Who said this? question *physical, spiritual answer *Throughout the Middle Ages, Christians sought to close the distance between […]

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9.2 Daily Life in Medieval Europe

question manor answer main area of nobleʼs land with a house at its center – lordʼs house often a fortified building or castle question What role did the manor system play in the economic structure in feudal Europe? answer • Manors became self-sufficient worlds. • Serfs performed farming, work duties; considered part of the property. […]

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Chapter 14 Medieval Europe

question Europe ranks this size in relation to other continents: answer 2nd smallest continent question This land form separates Europe from Asia: answer Ural Mountains question In these two regions one would find most of Europe’s farms: answer North European Plain, and Alpine Mountain System question This is Europe’s longest river: answer The Volga River […]

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Worlds of Medieval Europe [by Backman]

question What does A.D. mean? answer Anno Domini “In the year of our Lord” Year of Christ’s Birth question What does B.C. mean? answer Before Christ question [INTRO] answer [INTRO] question Why ppl fascinated with Medieval? answer Their life is strange to us question Examples of Medieval Influence on modern world? answer Universities having own […]

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Common Hispanic Folk Remedies – Remedios caseros comunes

question Zabila answer Aloe Vera Uses: External – cuts, burns Internal – purgative, immune stimulant question Té de arnica answer Arnica Flower Tea Uses: To treat internal blows, bronchitis, pneumonia, and as a muscular tonic question Estafiate/Té de estafiate answer Black Sage Tea/Wormwood Uses: Parasites, colic, indigestion, diarrhea, and cramps, bilis and empacho question Bilis […]

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Medieval Europe – The Medieval Manor

question The Medieval Manor answer An agricultural estate which usually consisted of agricultural land, a village whose inhabitants worked the land, and a manor house or castle where the lord lived question Mill answer The place where wheat was taken to be ground into flour, used to make bread. This place was owned by the […]

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Medieval Europe Test Review

question Feudalism answer A political and social system that developed during the Middle Ages; nobles offered protection and land in return for service question Crusades answer A series of holy wars from 1096-1270 AD undertaken by European Christians to free the Holy Land from Muslim rule. question Chivalry answer Code of conduct for knights during […]

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Chapter 3- The Roman Catholic Church in Medieval Europe

question Issued a decree allowing Christians to practice their religion freely answer What id the Roman emperor Constantine do for Christians? question Persecuted for their beliefs answer How had Christians been treated before Constantine’s actions? question The Roman Catholic Church answer All Christians in Western Europe belonged to which church? question Leadership and stability answer […]

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Medieval Times Test Questions

question 100 Years War answer a war between England and France from 1337 to 1453. Finally France won. question Apprentice answer a person who works for an expert in a trade or craft in return for training question Archer answer a person who is expert in the use of a bow and arrow question Aristocrat […]

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Chapter 20: Remedies for Breach of Sales and Lease Contracts

question Obligation answer An action a party to a sales or lease contract is required by law to carry out question Breach answer Failure of a party to perform an obligation in a sales or lease contract question Tender of Delivery answer The obligation of a seller to transfer and deliver goods to the buyer […]

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Unit 8: Medieval Christian Europe Part I

question Justinian answer This emperor instituted legal changes that guided society, and those ideas spread to other parts of Europe. question Dark Ages answer The Middle Ages are often referred to as this because of the political disorder that resulted from waves of invasions in Europe. question Growth of the Byzantine Empire answer This resulted […]

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Medieval ages

question Charlemagne was important in the medical europe bc? answer He established a relatively unified empire in medieval Europe question Which group was responsible for the preservation of learning and ancient literature answer Priest and monks question What event was a result of politicians and religious leaders to control holy land in the 11th century […]

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Medieval Europe Ch. 15

question Describe the lives of peasants in medieval Europe. Include how they lived, worked, religious practices, what they ate, and women’s roles. answer 1. lived in wood framed cottages 2. worked year-round 3. went to church on Catholic feast days 4. women worked in the fields and raised the children at the same time 5. […]

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Chapter 8 – Early Medieval Civilization

question In the early Middle Ages, the three heirs to the Roman Empire shared all of the following except A) the belief that each was chosen by God. B) the same level of literacy and commerce. C) an interaction of local customs and the Roman past. D) the belief that their rulers were God’s agents. […]

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Chapter 11 – Early Medieval Europe

question After the Carolingian empire fell, the ___, who controlled Austria, Germany and Lombardy, replaced it as the next unifying force in Western Europe during the early medieval period. answer Ottonians question The swirling drapery and heaving landscape of St. Matthew from the ____ represents the expressionist mode of Carolingian art. answer Ebbo Gospels question […]

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APWH #10 {Medieval Europe- Fall of Rome to the Renaissance}

question Vikings answer Nomadic peoples that lived in northern Europe. Known most for their disruptive nature of pillaging villages and stealing wealth. SIG – Spread all across Europe by sea routes both pillaging and trading with others. Their influence is still felt as their leaders became the [kings] of many countries as they settled down […]

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