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5 Matching questions

  1. Edward the Confessor
  2. Genghis Khan
  3. Han Dynasty
  4. Three Kingdoms Period
  5. Wu Zeitan
  1. a Name of the largest ethnic group in China. , Imperial dynasty that ruled China (most of the time) from 206 BC to 221 and expanded its boundaries and developed its bureaucracy
  2. b English king - vow of celibacy, said William of Normandy (or the Conqueror) would be his heir - had a conflict with Harold Godwinson when he took the throne unlawfully
  3. c the only female head of state in China's history. Was educated in the arts and had a very sharp mind.
  4. d a time when several legends were born and have strongly affected Chinese culture, much like the legends of King Arthur have contributed to Western culture.
  5. e Temujin - started the Mongol Empire by getting tribes to unify and then began to expand greatly

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The first use of this was with the foot-powered spinning wheel, in which the wheel and spindle were connected by a belt.
  2. Germanic King - called The Great - wanted a strong central government - created a loyal and not very powerful local bureaucracy - invaded Italy and overthrew the Lombards, crowned Holy Roman Emperor
  3. the establishment of this city ushered in a golden age. When Japanese culture became fixed on "good taste"and established many rituals to assist in following the accepted rules of society.
  4. a symbol of royalty encrusted with gold, emeralds, diamonds, pearls, and rubies and was built by these rulers.
  5. located beyond the intersection of the cross. The choir often sits on benches that go along the sides of the [ ]. Sides of this area are also called the choir.

5 True/False questions

  1. Notre Dame in ParisThe most famous Gothic cathedral, had pointed window frames, which are typical of the interior arches as well. (also had flying buttresses)


  2. Henry IIwas political in early life - became a monk and ambassador - debate with Eutychius over resurrection - became pope, lots of missionary work, accepted pagan things, Gregorian chant


  3. Medievalrefers to the middle ages.


  4. Sanctuarylocated beyond the chancel, is where the altar is located.


  5. caravela new ocean-going ship designed by Prince Henry the Navigator