5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Edward the Confessor
- Genghis Khan
- Han Dynasty
- Three Kingdoms Period
- Wu Zeitan
- 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
- 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
- c the only female head of state in China's history. Was educated in the arts and had a very sharp mind.
- 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.
- e Temujin - started the Mongol Empire by getting tribes to unify and then began to expand greatly
5 Multiple choice questions
- The first use of this was with the foot-powered spinning wheel, in which the wheel and spindle were connected by a belt.
- 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
- 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.
- a symbol of royalty encrusted with gold, emeralds, diamonds, pearls, and rubies and was built by these rulers.
- 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
Notre Dame in Paris → The most famous Gothic cathedral, had pointed window frames, which are typical of the interior arches as well. (also had flying buttresses)
Henry II → was 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
Medieval → refers to the middle ages.
Sanctuary → located beyond the chancel, is where the altar is located.
caravel → a new ocean-going ship designed by Prince Henry the Navigator