5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Abraham Maslow
- a the capital of the aztec empire on the present site of Mexico City, where according to their legend, an eagle ate a snake and thus designated the location as a holy place.
- b putting more than one note to a syllable.
- c generated the Maslow's hierarchy of human needs
- d First major battle of the Hundred Year War. English archers defeated the French army and forced the French king to give up some of his kingdom.
- e the process of learning from one field and applying it to another.
5 Multiple choice questions
- was invented in the Song Dynasty.
- member of the Capetian Dynasty - most aggressive reign of territorial expansion - defeated King John of England
- published Le Morte d'Arthur which contained the stories of arthur.
- the last imperial dynasty of China (from 1644 to 1912) which was overthrown by revolutionaries
- The era in Japanese history from A.D. 794-1185, arts and writing flourished during this time
5 True/False questions
Reims → location for a large cathedral where French kings were crowned, a successful pilgrimage destination
Pepin the Short: → Charles son, who took his place as royal advisor and continued to lead the Frankish kingdom.
Papal States → a civil state surrounding the city of Rome and the Pope served as its king
Plainchant or songchant → sung without accompaniment and thus needed melodic simplicity
Sagres → a city on Portugal's southern coast where Prince Henry the Navigator established a school