5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Hobeas Corpus
- King John
- Philip Augustus
- Papal Supremacy
- a He became King of France in 1179. He granted charles to many new town and introduced a new national tax. He also quadrupled royal land holdings.
- b A time when the chirch court set up to try people accused of heresy and Isabella launched a brutal crusade.
- c He was the son of Henry 2, he was a clever, cruel and untrustworthy ruler.
- d Authority over all secular rulers, including kings and queens.
- e The principle that no person can be held in prison without first being charged with a specific crime.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Louis's grandson and a ruthlessly, extended royal power.
- The council that later became England's legislature.
- A gothic style in the 1300s and 1400s that was also applied to the artistic decoration of books.
- The struggle lasted for almost 50 years.
- In 936, took the title of King of Germany.
5 True/False Questions
Common Law → An archery weapon wielded by English archers.
William the Conqueror → He became king of England on Christmas day 1066.
Louis IX → He became king of France in 1226. A religious man who persecuted heretics and Jews.
Black death → Europeans who took part in a series of wars.
Concordat of Worms → This treaty declared that the church had the sole power to elect and invest bishops with spiritual authority.