5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Gold Coast
- Abbot Suger
- a the earliest trading rival to Venice.
- b head of church at St-Denis wanted to show support for Louis VI, by making St-Denis the most important religious site in Europe.
- c areas under a bishop's control from which taxes were collected
- d derived from the word "Minne" meaning ideal or chivalric love. Minstrels would go around singing songs/poetry of love.
- e located in subSaharan Africa where a lot of wealth was available from the precious metals, ivory, and jewels.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A craftsman in the city of Mainz, Germany. Responsible for the greatest invention of the age.
- location for a large cathedral where French kings were crowned, a successful pilgrimage destination
- traveled on sea for two whole years, the longest recorded in history at that time (to India) and brought back spices
- one of the children of King John. came in contact with the riches of Muslim Africa. Led the Portuguese army in the conquest of Cuerta.
- the only female head of state in China's history. Was educated in the arts and had a very sharp mind.
5 True/False questions
Knights → initially so merchants could band together for safety, later for artisans to regulate quality and prices for their goods
University of Bologna → A daughter of Alexander the VI who may have poisoned her husband.
Henry IV → one of the composers associated with Notre Dame Cathedral. Was innovate in creating music for four simultaneous voices
caravel → located beyond the intersection of the cross. The choir often sits on benches that go along the sides of the [ ]. Sides of this area are also called the choir.
Mayan civilization → the capital of the aztec empire on the present site of Mexico City, where according to their legend, an eagle ate a snake and thus designated the location as a holy place.