The Incursions Of The Scandinavian Vikings Into Other Parts Of Europe

APWH Chapter 12- The Making of Europe in the Middle Ages

The early medieval church in the WestB. developed a more organized monastic structure under Saint Benedict.
The organization of the Roman Catholic churchA. was fundamentally strengthened as the pope became the recognized head of church in the west.
In an effort to avoid the potential mayhem of the Germanic system of personal revenge for the punishment of crimes, an alternative system arose that made us of a fine calledA. wergeld
Which of the following was accomplished by medieval Christian monasteries?B. They served as centers of learning.
Charlemagne’s oversifht representatives, the messengers of the lord king, were theC. missi dominici
Charlemagne’s carolingian empire accomplished all of the following exceptA. it restored an urban economy based upon the use of money
Monasticism in medieval EuropeC. included women, many of whom belonged to royal families
Who were the Asian people, defeated at the Battle of Lechfeld, who became Christians and went on to establish the Kingdom of Hungary?B. the Magyars
The incursions of the Scandinavian Vikings into other parts of EuropeB. were successful in part because of their ships had a shallow draft, allowing them to sail far up rivers, raiding and pillaging as they went.
The personal element of feudalism was most symbolized in the relationship involvingD. lords and vassals.
The piece of land that provided the feudal vassal’s economic support was theA. fief.
Aristocratic medieval womenA. in unusual circumstances, could play a major role, as did Eleanor of Aquitaine
All of the following are correct regarding the development of fief-holding except itE. was a result of the Church’s attempt to give serfs and peasants more social mobility
Which of the following revolutionized warfare in the Early Middle AgesB. The Stirrup
VassalsC. were supported by the income from a fief of land
As a result of the Norman conquest of 1066A. King William ordered a census of his new kingdom
The english king most responsible for establishing the common law wasD. Henry II
By the end of the thirteenth century, the institutionalization of the english parliamentC. was a system of power sharing between the monarch and groups within the society.
France’s first parliament, begun under Phillip IV, was theC. Estates-General
The early Capetian kings of FranceB. were effective rulers only in the area around Paris.
Phillip II Augustus of France accomplished all of the following except heB. became the Holy Roman Emporer
The Saxon king who created a new Roman Empire that included Germany and Italy wasC. Otto I
Central issues complicating the realization of an integrated Holy Roman Empire wereE. both a and c
The Principality of Kiev was founded byB. Scandinavian Vikigs
All of the following were true about the development of Russia exceptC. Magyar dominance created a Western-oriented bend in Russian unity.
The missionary brothers who created the Slavonic, or Cyrillic, alphabet, translated the Bible into Slavonic, and who developed Slavonic church services wereC. Cyril and Methodius
The SlavsC. were divided into two religious groups, with most southern and eastern Slavs becoming Orthodox and most northern and western Slavs becoming Roman Catholic
During the High Middle AgesC. agricultural productivity improved
High Middle Ages agriculture included all exceptE. the use of slave labor
Which of the following is a valid statement about manorialism and the medieval manor?A. Manorialism provided the economic foundation of feudalism
Which of the following is not an example of the nature of the medieval serfs lives?A. They had more privileges than a burgher.
All of the following were true of the medieval peasants lives exceptC. many became members of agricultural craft guilds
Which of the following was not true about medieval towns and citiesC. They were food producing, self-sufficient units, in which commerce was secondary
Which of the following was not true about medieval Christianity?C. Papal authority had diminished by the thirteenth century.
The Dominican friarsB. were first led by the highly intellectual Dominic de Guzman
The medieval religious order which was noted for its commitment to living among the common people and ministering the poor wasC. the Franciscans
The medieval universityA. was originally an educational association of students and scholars as at Bologna
All of the following are true about scholasticism exceptD. the author of the summa theologica was Abelard dun Scotus.
Which of the following was not characteristic of Romanesque architecture?B. flying butresses
Which of the following was not characteristic of Gothic architectureD. thich walls
All of the following were motives for the crusades exceptC. the aim to increase religious toleration between muslims and Christians.
Participants in the Third Crusade included all of the following exceptB. Belisarius
The Fourth Crusade resulted inB. the fall of Constantinople
The early fourteenth century was troubled byA. the ”little ice age”
The Black DeathA. was spread by fleas carrying Yersinia pestis.
FlagellantsD. were Christian fanatics who physically scourged themselves during the Black Death
All of the following regarding the Hundred Years War are correct exceptA. traditional nobles fighting on horseback were the keys to victory.
In the early fourteenth century, the Catholic churchC. was moved to Avignon.
The Great SchismB. saw two different individuals claiming to be the true pope
The council which ended the Great Schism was the council ofD. Constance