5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- fall of Constantinople
- Taira-Minamoto war
- Heian period
- a west african empire that flourished and grew rich from trade (1250-1460 C.E.)
- b 1453
- c destroyed Heian regime. (1156-1185 C.E.)
- d (794 to 1185C.E.) Japan had highly refined court society, etiquette, rules for properness, expected to write poetry and paint
- e the major cause of fear in Europe during the 1400s. Elderly, unattractive widows were the common victims of accusation
5 Multiple choice questions
- Architectural style which was an adaptation of the Roman basilica and barrel arch form.
- The leader of the Muslims in the third crusade and captured Jerusalem in 1187.
- a thin beatufiul type of pottery, famous in China during Ming Dynasty
- a special court with power to inquire about and judge matters of heresy
- followed the Umayyad dynasty. (750-1258 C.E.)
5 True/False questions
Mongols → nomads from Mongolia, known for their brutality and war tactics. Seized Baghdad in 1258 C.E.
Council of Clermont → An assembly heard the a speech given by Pope Urban II and basically he said they was a direct path to heaven for those willing to fight in the first crusade
code of chivalry → led the French to several victories during Hundred Years' War, but was tried and burned for witchcraft
Mamluks → west african empire that flourished and grew rich from trade (1250-1460 C.E.)
Roman Catholicism → Architectural style which was an adaptation of the Roman basilica and barrel arch form.