5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Geoffrey Chaucer
- Courtly love
- Pepin the Short:
- a one of the most famous writers who used the new style of the English language (rather than the old English style) in his writings.
- b a series of popular books depicting the behavior of lords, ladies, knights and dragons.
- c Charles son, who took his place as royal advisor and continued to lead the Frankish kingdom.
- d present day france, attacked by the Franks
- e the earliest trading rival to Venice.
5 Multiple choice questions
- main contributor to making Arthur legendary in his "History of the Kings of Britain" publication.
- these were burned by the Spanish in the 1540's. Written with a complex pictograph language which is part idea related and part phonic.
- 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
- areas under a bishop's control from which taxes were collected
- William's successor over England and half of France - created English common law, trial by jury - appointed Thomasa Becket as the Bishop of Canterbury, Becket didn't help after appointed, he was killed by some knights
5 True/False questions
Leo III → The earliest known signed piece by Perotin
Great Chain of Being → A model in which every individual was linked to every other individual in a social network.
Brunhilda → Charlemagne's nephew, general in war against Spaniards - was attacked from the rear, blew a horn to warn Charlemagne right before his army was defeated - poem Song of __________
Monte Cassino → was the fifth Aztec emperor. During his reign the Aztec Empire was consolidated, major expansion was undertaken and Tenochtitlan started becoming the dominant partner of the Aztec Triple Alliance.
Anti-pope → the bishop of the city of Rome - the solitary head of the Catholic church, claimed lineage from Peter and claimed bestowal of authority directly from Constantine. Also equivalent of patriarch