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5 Matching questions

  1. fief
  2. Compurgation
  3. Vassels
  4. Jerusalem
  5. Financing
  1. a Budgeting for marketing activities,obtaining the necessary funds needed for operations,and providing financial assistance to customers so they can purchase the business products and service.
  2. b A group of people "swore" their man was innocent; character witnessing
  3. c the current capital of Israel and an ancient city that is holy to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  4. d land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty and service
  5. e In the Middle Ages (500-1350) a vassal was anyone who was under the protection of another and therefore owed and avowed not only allegiance but a payment of some sort to their protector.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. those who practice the religion of Islam; believe in one God, and the prophet Muhammad whom they believe God spoke through
  2. The accused and the accuser each gathered a group of people who swore that their person was telling the truth like taking an oath.
  3. buying and selling of church offices
  4. He could summon provincial councils of the clergy
  5. In The First Crusade he can be seen as one attempt to realize this vision, He was the successor to a legacy of extensive ecclesiastical reform, a legacy unpopular with many powerful people, he tried to reclaim Jerusalem from the Muslims

5 True/False questions

  1. Serfsperson granted land by a feudal lord in return for services


  2. TownspeopleThere were serfs, peasants, merchants, king, nobles, knights, lords. The rise to prominence of this class was one of the most important developments in European society during Medieval Ages.


  3. Feaudalisma political system in which nobles are granted the use of lands that legally belong to the king, in exchange for thier loyalty, military service and protection of of the people who live on the land


  4. Magna CartaA document written in English in 1215 that granted certain rights to nobles; later these rights came to be extended to all classes.


  5. CharlemagneIn England, he was a courtier, who traveled and mastered philosophy and literature. He wrote from the perspective of various pilgrims to a tomb, and uses them as individuals representing many different walks of life. He thus subtly commented on cultural, religious and literary traditions.