5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Nan Madol
- Axum -
- Capetian dynasty -
- a started by Hugh Capet, gradually expanded, and centralized power and authority in France.
- b cite of a massive stone palace and administrative center built by the powerful Sandeleur dynasty. Built from 1200-1600 and included 93 artificial islets protected by seawalls and breakwaters on 3 sides.Kapu
- c religious specialists who possessed supernatural powers, communicated with the gods and nature spirits, invoked divine aid on behalf on their communities, and informed the people of the gods will
- d displace Kush as Egypt's principal link to the South. Christian kingdom.
- e academic guilds with charters guaranteeing their rights, transformed cathedral schools into universities
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Portuguese mariner who sailed around the Cape of Good Hope and entered the Indian Ocean.
- Mexica god, "feathered serpent", who was borrowed from the Toltecs. Had a reputation for supporting arts, crafts, and agriculture
- founded by Osman, fought against Balkins in 1350s.
- favored Mongol rule and tried to help them.
- large and fertile plots of land created from the muck of the lake's bottom
5 True/False Questions
St. Dominic → holy rituals that bring spiritual blessings on the observants
Tughril Beg → Saljuq leader recognized by the Abbasid caliph as Sultan consolidated his hold over the Abbasid capital of Baghdad, his successors extended Turkish rule to Syria
Black Death → The Lion prince of the thirteenth century, founder of Mali. Reigned 1230-1255. Made Mali the wealthiest land in Sub-Saharan Africa
Golden Horde - → A group of people, who were most active in southern France and northern Italy, that despised the Roman Catholic clergy as immoral and corrupt, and they advocated modest and simple lives. They asserted the right of the laity to preach and administer sacraments and they did not hesitate to criticize the church on the basis of biblical teachings
Iroquois → Large agricultural society in the woodlands east of the Mississippi, cultivated maize and beans for the bulk of their diet. By 1400, five Iroquois nations had emerged. Women were in charge of the villages and longhouses and supervised cultivation of fields. Men were in charge of affairs outside of the village—war, hunting, and fishing.