← Ch 17-25 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- peacock throne
- Gutpa Empire
- a one of the composers associated with Notre Dame Cathedral. Was innovate in creating music for four simultaneous voices
- b incentives to the common people to go fight on a crusade.
- c An emerging kingdom in the fourth century to dominate most of northern India. This kingdom was led by very powerful military leaders. Manharbarata was written at this time. Able to have a period of peace that gave them a golden age.
- d Leader was Francesco Petrarch. Consisted of the new-found appreciation for the ancient classics.
- e a symbol of royalty encrusted with gold, emeralds, diamonds, pearls, and rubies and was built by these rulers.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- First major battle of the Hundred Year War. English archers defeated the French army and forced the French king to give up some of his kingdom.
- "new art" or "new technique"
- one of the most famous linkage legends of the Arthurian tales. Was told in Das Niebelungenlied.
- was political in early life - became a monk and ambassador - debate with Eutychius over resurrection - became pope, lots of missionary work, accepted pagan things, Gregorian chant
- introduced small letters (equivalent to today's lower case).
5 True/False Questions
English common law → based the law on precedent rather than a code like the Code of Justinian.
Maslow's hierarchy of human needs → Known for her ability to mediate conflicts among Italian city-states, she urged the pope to move the center of the curch from Avignon back to Rome.
Nazca → a civilization that flourished on what is now the sourthern coast of Peru from about 200 B.C. to A.D. 600.
Fibonacci → Leonardo Pisano - learned the Arab number system, wrote a book about it and it became standard throughout all of Europe
Trial of the Pyx → were just as sophisticated and ruthless as the Aztecs. Left several interesting markings on the land.