5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- University of Bologna
- The Venerable Bede
- a A Byzantine historiam who admired and was terrified by the dome of Hagia Sophia.
- b the largest and most powerful city-state in Italy - traded with the Orient (Marco Polo) - stole the body of St. Mark from Alexandria so they could have a patron saint - ruled by an oligarchy
- c owned by the students, who hired professors to come and teach them, much like a group tutoring arrangement.
- d queen of the east Frankish Kingdom who declared war on the west when the king of the west murdered his wife (her sister) Galswintha, so he could marry his mistress
- e a Northumbrian monk who write the Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation, perhaps the best history written in the medieval period
5 Multiple choice questions
- A model in which every individual was linked to every other individual in a social network.
- one of the most famous linkage legends of the Arthurian tales. Was told in Das Niebelungenlied.
- was the staple crop until it was replaced by rice. This increased the food availability and population.
- this country rebelled against Rome - revolt by Queen Boadicea - built Hadrian's wall
- Germanic King - called The Great - wanted a strong central government - created a loyal and not very powerful local bureaucracy - invaded Italy and overthrew the Lombards, crowned Holy Roman Emperor
5 True/False questions
Pneumonic Plage → the first barbarian ruler in the west after the fall of the Roman Empire (he was a Goth) - was unloved, had problems with succession, which prompted an invasion from Byzantine (Justinian) - built an awesome church in Ravenna
Saladin → Islamic leader during the Crusades - reconquered Jerusalem and much of the land lost during the First Crusade
New World → America
Taj Mahal → located in the city of Agra, built by Shah Jehan. Walls of the building are of white marble decorated with a floral pattern made of inlaid precious and semi precious stones and gold.
Inquisition → was a court that was charged with the responsibility of rooting out heresy (incorrect beliefs) and dissent. May have been organized to ensure church authority over doctrines in light of the increasingly strong attempts of kings and emperors to influence all aspects of church procedures and practices.