5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Magna Carta
- a Gothic Architecture used to show religious spirit during the Middle Ages, normally large for mass amounts of people
- b A document written in English in 1215 that granted certain rights to nobles; later these rights came to be extended to all classes.
- c A series of holy wars from 1096-1270 AD undertaken by European Christians to free the Holy Land from Muslim rule.
- d a large estate that included a village. It was the economic unit of the early middle ages.
- e love of country and willingness to sacrifice for it
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Budgeting for marketing activities, obtaining the necessary funds needed for operations and providing financial assistance to customers
- the Church's own body of laws; this law applied to religious teachings, the behavior of the clergy, and even marriages and morals
- God, belief of a god/lord, whom they shall listen to, respect, and obey.
- the people living in a municipality smaller than a city
- a primitive method of determining a person's guilt or innocence by subjecting the accused person to dangerous or painful tests believed to be under divine control
5 True/False Questions
Financing → One of a seafaring Scandinavian people who raided the coasts of northern and western Europe from the eighth through the tenth century.
Trial by Ordeal → the accused and the accuser fought a duel, the outcome of the duel determined guilty or innocent
Magna Carta → This document, signed by King John of Endland in 1215, is the cornerstone of English justice and law. It declared that the king and government were bound by the same laws as other citizens of England.
Scribes → people trained to write using the earliest forms of writing before literacy was widespread
Chaucer → In England, he was a courtier, who traveled and mastered philosophy and literature. He wrote from the perspective of various pilgrims to a tomb, and uses them as individuals representing many different walks of life. He thus subtly commented on cultural, religious and literary traditions.