5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Mead hall
- William of Normandy
- a Anglo-Saxon word for ruling King
- b Other name for William the Conqueror
- c The Iberian people built it around 3000 B.C., built in 3 stages. It was believed to have healing powers because of the bluestone, which came from Northern Wales. Located about an hour from London.
- d Where kings and thanes lived during this time?
- e What year did William the Conqueror conquer England
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Contributions of the Church
- Brought Christianity to England in 597
- Roman Emperor who built a wall in Northern England to keep out Celts.
- Tried to bring Catholicism to the Brits in 440 but they wouldn't have it, so he brought it to the Irish.
- Another word for alcohol
5 True/False Questions
Iberians, Celts, Romans, Anglo-Saxon, Vikings, Normans (William the Conqueror from Normandy) → Invaders in order up to William the Conquerer
Druids → A religious group associated with Stonehedge and nature, Celtic religious group, Paegan
baths, roads, their type of military, Latin, stone buildings, government, religious beliefs, writing, literacy → 7 different kingdoms around England
China was at peace, Charlemagne king of France and trying to expand, Mayans flourished, Mohammed the prophet founded Islam. → Major events that occurred in other parts of the world.
Kent, Sussex, Wessex, Essex, East Anglia, Mercia, Northumbria → 7 different kingdoms around England