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5.17 UNIT TEST: Regional Transitions - Part 1
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Which best describes China during the Tang Dynasty?
a golden age of stability and achievement
Under the Song Dynasty, farmers in China could use money instead of crops to pay their taxes. Which was the result?
most farmers prospered
Which is not an invention from the Tang and Song dynasties in China?
Which was an important result of the trade of many goods on the Silk Road?
exchange of inventions and ideas
Which describes the Mongols' rise to power?
they conquered large parts of Asia under Genghis Khan
How large was the Mongol Empire under Kublai Khan?
it stretched from the Pacific Ocean to eastern Europe
Which culture had the most influence on the development of society in Japan?
In feudal Japan, who was the shogun?
Which was a major event associated with Kublai Khan?
the invasion of Japan in 1274
Which was the result of barbarian invasions against the Western Roman Empire?
the weakening of Roman law and government
Which Germanic tribe emerged as the strongest following the fall of the Western Roman Empire?
Which king was the first Germanic ruler to convert to what is now known as Catholicism?
Which played an important role in the spread of both Roman Catholicism and Orthodox Christianity?
Which was an important contribution of Benedict of Nursia?
founding a new monastic community and set of guidelines
What did Charlemagne do to try to unify western Europe after defeating the Saxons?
he forced the Saxons to convert to Christianity
After the death of his son, what happened to Charlemagne's empire?
the empire was divided among Charlemagne's grandsons
In Europe's feudal system, which group was tied to the land they worked, unable to leave without permission?
Which was designed to prevent lawlessness and skirmishes between knights in Europe's feudal system?
the code of chivalry
Which best describes the influence of the church on medieval society?
it influenced nearly every aspect of daily life
What did Pope Urban II hope to accomplish when he called for the First Crusade in 1095?
recapturing the Holy Land
Which leaders battled each other during the Third Crusade?
Richard I and Saladin
In which way did the Crusades have a positive effect on medieval Europe?
Crusaders returned to Europe with new ideas
Which was an attempt to form a bridge between the philosophy of Aristotle and the teachings of the Christian church?
Which is Thomas Aquinas famous for?
being a great scholastic philosopher
How did the architecture of Gothic cathedrals reflect the importance of religion in medieval Europe?
it was designed to lift the gaze toward heaven and fill the mind with thoughts of God
Which describes the Domesday Book?
a survey of every town in England for tax purposes
How did the Magna Carta limit England's monarchy?
it said that the people had rights even kings must respect
What effect did the Black Death have on medieval Europe?
it led to social upheaval and helped end the social order of the manor system
What was the Great Schism?
the period when two popes argued over who was the true leader of the church
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