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5 Matching questions

  1. Children's Crusade
  2. pilgrimage
  3. Joan of Arc
  4. Edo Period
  5. Treaty of Tordesillas
  1. a a renegotiation of the lines they possessed (370 leagues west of the Cape Verde Islands)
  2. b Japan is unified under single shogun - peace and prosperity - Japan's borders closed to outside world - rise of middle urban class - most traditional music is born - Kabuki (musical theatre) and Bunraku (puppets) arise. Capita is moved to Edo.
  3. c ultimate reforming act, and was mandated by priests as an act of penance for sin. Often lasted for months, and pilgrims traveled to faraway destinations. pg. 292
  4. d 30,000 children were sold into slavery when the ship captains took them to northern Africa instead of the holy land
  5. e was the nominal head of the French army that was sent to relieve the siege of Orleans.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. three-line verses that rhyme with the first and third line.
  2. depicts the story of the conflict of William and Harold from William's point of view
  3. became the English king when his brother Richard died - tension with the Pope further ruined relationship between church and state - forced to sign the Magna Carta
  4. designated times and prayers
  5. leader of the Franks - converted to Catholic Christianity instead of Arian - conquered the Visigoths and the Burgundians - worked for unity by promoting marriages between the Germanic Franks and the Roman Gauls - est the Merovingian Dynasty

5 True/False questions

  1. Serfspeople who chose to work on the land for the lord rather than starve.

          

  2. Sir Thomas Mallorygenerated the Maslow's hierarchy of human needs

          

  3. Bubonic plaguenamed after the buboes and was spread by fleas and rats.

          

  4. Carolingian scriptan ancient language of a great Indian epic.

          

  5. Franciscansfollowers of Saint Francis. There were over 3,000 "little brothers" as he called them. They did not own land and were not sustained by farming.

          

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