5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Plainchant or songchant
- Philip IV of France
- a sung without accompaniment and thus needed melodic simplicity
- b Issued a tax on non-church land in France held by the clergy. Various political moves by both king and pope, including papal bulls and a threatened excommunication led him to seize Pope Boniface and hold him in prison
- c located beyond the chancel, is where the altar is located.
- d conquered the Teotihuacan society and were then conquered by the Aztecs.
- e an area near present day Mexico. These people were probably related to the Mayan and their civilizations overlap in time. Largest city in the Americas which showed evidence of a strong merchant class with extensive trading areas. These people were worshipers of the sun.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A brother of Lucrezia who poisoned his older brother to gain power. He became the model for Machiavelli's novel, The Prince details the concepts of exploitation and suppression as a a way for princes to remain in power.
- located in subSaharan Africa where a lot of wealth was available from the precious metals, ivory, and jewels.
- Son of a wealthy family, schooled at Monte Cassino. Was sent to Unniversity of Naples to study and became a Dominican monk. Was later imprisoned by his father for his decisions. Memorized the Bible in prison. "I would rather believe that there was a flying cow than that my friends would lie to me." Thomas later taught at 3 universities, was an expert at several languages, literature, astronomy, and mathematics, as well as theology. Wrote several books on theology, his masterpiece being Summa Theologica.
- from which China got its name, the Chinese dynasty (from 246 BC to 206 BC) that established the first centralized imperial government and built much of the Great Wall
- time period taht fueled an economic, technological, political, and cultural rebirth across Europe, further contributing to the forces that brought about the Renaissance.
5 True/False questions
caravel → a new ocean-going ship designed by Prince Henry the Navigator
Harold Godwinson → an anglo-saxon duke who used the anti-Norman feelings against William the Conqueror to declare himself Edward's true heir, even while King Edward was still alive.
Florence → focused on agricultural trade, especially wool, for its main industry.
Franciscans → a pass in the mountains where a great battle ensued between Roland's troops and the Spaniards
Guilds → a subdivision of a kingdom which was supervised by an earl and had its own court and cheriff (reeve of the shire)