Chapter 9 test Questions

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Schisms, the formost threat to the Christians Church in the Middle Ages were....

B. Formal divisions over different Kings and church leaders over the extent of secular power.

The Schism of 1054 between the Eastern and
Western churches were caused primarily by diagreements over....

B. The Jurisdiction of the Western papacy.

The 6th century "Plague of Justinian" was....

D. A outbreak of the bubonic plague during the Justianian Rule.

In the 7th century, the Byzantines experienced an economic transformation similar to, though less pronouned than that of Western Europe, this is caused by all of the following but....

A. The rapid growth of the merchant class.

After the 7th century, Byzantine women...

C. Were increasingly confined to home life.

What was the most significant architectural contribution of the Byzantine Empire?....

A. Hagia Sophia.

Among the Byzantines' cultural achievements is....

A. The spread of the Orthodox Christianity among the Slavs.

In general, which of the following did not occur in Western Europe after the decline of Roman authority?

E. The city of Rome lost its prominence as the seat of the Roman Church.

After the fall of Rome in the 5th century, the Western Roman Empire....

C. Fragmented into a handful of Germanic kingdoms.

In what area of France did Charles "The Hammer" Martel stop the expansion of the Muslims from Spain?

A. Tours

The Treaty of Verdun resulted in...

C. The divison of the Holy Roman Empire amonf Charlemagne's grandsons.

A significant military threat to Western Europe in the late 8th century came from...

P. Viking raiders among the coastal areas.

Western Europe, the primary center for argicultual production were....

C. Self- Sufficient farming estates known as Manors.

The end of Anglu-Saxon dominated in England came in the late 11th century with...

D. Invasion of the Norman King William.

Agricultural workers who belonged to the manor and were obligated to the lord were....

B. Serfs

Why is the traditional description of Europe form 300-1200 as "feudal" an oversimplifaction....

B. The relations between landowners amd serfs varied from region to region.

Which area do not endure Viking raids?....

E. Constantinople.

As time went on, armored knighthood....

C. Was limited to those with revenues from land.

A fief was...

E. A grant of land exchange for military services.

Technology to improve military skills in the Middle Ages include all but....

E. A early form of dynamite

After the 10th century Roman church faded all but...

B. Getting the office of Pope more acknowledged internationally.

Justice at the local level was usually provided by whom?....

C. The lord of the manor.

The Buyeaux Tapesty was created by...

B. Women

Books within the Catholic church to guide priests about appropriate penance for sin were called....

E. Penitentials

A problem within the church was simony, or....

D. Inclusion of non-ordained personnel in church services.

The term investiture controversy refers to the....

A. Struggle for control of ecclestical appointments.

One of the most sigificant sources of conflict for Western Europe between 1000 and 1400 was....

A. A struggle for power between the church and state.

A major center of pilgrimage in England was...

A. Canterbury

The movement for reformed monasticism under the austere Rule of Benedict included all of the following changes but...

E. Rule form the monastery at Cluny.

One of the most important effects of monasticism was....

A. The preservation of literacy and learning, particulary with the regard to ancient Latin texts.

The reform monastic movement started in France was centered at....

A. Cluny

The Varangians who ruled early Russia were....

C. Displaced Byzantine aristocracy.

One early Russian chronicle reports that Vladimir l choose Orthodox Christianity over Islam because...

D. He knew that Islam forbade alcohol consumption.

In Kievan Russia, power derived from...

D. Trade

During the revival of Western Europe (1000-1200), the population nearly doubled in part, because of....

C. Technological innovations such as a new type of plow and efficient draft harnesses for pulling wagons.

Which of the following is not responsible for the success of many cities in Italy and Flanders?....

A. They controlled extensive agricultural lands.

Which of the following is not true about the Crusades?....

E. The Crusaders failed to capture Jerusalem.

The Concil of Clermont in 1095 brought....

A. Pope Urban ll's call for the 1st Crusade.

As the result to the Crusades Europeans were exposed to all of the folling except.....

B. Access to a variety of classical Latin works, particularly those of Aristotle, heretofore unknown in Western Europe.

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