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AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 19- Western Europe During teh High Middle Ages
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In the late 1200s, Marco Polo visited the court of
What problem did the late Byzantine empire not face?
the inability of leaders to get the population to practice Christianity
In 962 C.E., Pope John XII presented the imperial crown to
Otto of Saxony
In the high middle ages, the state that seemed to have the most potential to re-create centralized, imperial rule was
the Holy Roman Empire
The single biggest obstacle to the rise of a powerful Holy Roman Empire was
an ongoing conflict with the papacy
The quip that the Holy Roman Empire was "neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire" is attributed to
In 987, the French nobles chose which of the following men as their king?
Hugh Capet was crowned King of France in 987
but it took centuries for the French kings to build a powerful, centralized stated
Which of the following states developed the most centralized political structure in its early stages?
In 1066, William of Normandy conquered
In Italy, the political structure was marked by
a series of city-states and principalities
The reconquest of land from the Muslims occurred in
the Iberian peninsula
Which of hte following factors does NOT help explain the increased agricultural production of the high middle ages?
government financial support
By the year 1300, the population of Europe had rise to around
The high middle ages witnessed
a resurgance of urbanization
The revival of urban sociey was most pronounced in
The Hanseatic League was a trading network that operated in the
North Sea and Baltic Sea
The phrase usually associated with the medieval social structure is
"those who pray, those who fight, and those who work"
The guilds of the high middle ages
almost always admitted women as members
Central to the philosophy of the high middle ages was the rediscovery of
St. Thomas Aquinas
believed that it was possible to prove rationally that God exists
During the high middle ages, the most popular saint was
the Virgin Mary
The Dominicans and Franciscans
attacked materialism and allowed no personal possessions
Who founded the orders of mendicants?
St. Francis and St. Dominic
advocated modest and simple lives
Newfoundland was discovered around the year 1000 C.E. by the Scandinavian seafarer
The 'reonquista' occured in
Wich of the following was NOT a crusading order?
During the 11th century, which of the following locations was captured by the Muslims?
The last surviving Islamic outpost in Spain was
launched the crusades in 1095
The only crusade that recaptured Jerusalem was the
Jerusalem was captured in 1187 by
Which of the following was a consequence of the 4th Crusade?
a new spirit of cooperation between Constantinople and western Europe
Which of the following fell to the Turks in 1144?
increased trade between the eastern and western Mediterranean
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