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WORLD HISTORY HELP!!!?
What title did Pope Leo III bestow upon Charlemagne on December 25, 800 in recognition of his power?
King of the Franks
Emperor of the Franks
King of Europe
During the Middle Ages, the Roman Catholic Church:
became extremely powerful.
began to decline in importance.
was destroyed by Charlemagne.
was reformed by Martin Luther.
The Black Death hit Europe in the mid 14th century with devastating consequences. Which of the following was not a result of this plague?
50-60 percent of the people died
There was a decline in trade
Peasants rose in stature
There was a decline in labor prices
When a boy reached the age of seven, he left home to begin training for knighthood. He was then called a __________.
Joan of Arc became an important leader during the Hundred Years War and eventually helped lead which country to victory?
During the 4th century CE, the Roman Empire split into two parts, the East Roman Empire and the West Roman Empire. The West Roman Empire had its capital in Rome. The East Roman Empire, also known as the Byzantine Empire, had its capital in _____________.
Who conquered England at the Battle of Hastings in 1066?
Philip II Augustus
William of Normandy
What is the plague called that hit Europe in the 14th century and killed a huge amount of people?
Wings of Death
Which ceremony is being described below?
A knight kneels before a lord, places his hands between the lord's hands, and indicates that he is the lord's man. The lord recognizes the knight as a vassal, raises him to his feet, and kisses him.
In which French city was the papacy located during part of the 14th century?
What was the largest and wealthiest monarchy in Europe by the end of the 13th century?
Holy Roman Empire
The German kings were unable to create a strong, central monarchy because they were preoccupied with controlling which country?
True or false: A serf was a slave.
False, a serf was a free person.
False, a serf was hired by a Lord and could quit at anytime.
False, a serf was halfway between being a slave and a free person.
All of the following were strengths of Charlemagne except
Promotion of Equality
Promotion of Learning
Which of the following statements about Joan of Arc is not true?
She fought in the 100 years War
She earned her nickname "Maid of Orleans" by leading the French to victory at Orleans
She said the Pope commanded her to free France
She was burned at the stake as a heretic
You are the fourth son in a large family. You realize that your oldest brother is going to get all of your father's lands and possessions. There is nothing you can do about this so you decide to become a monk. What term describes this situation?
Which document forcibly signed by King John was the first to limit the monarch's power in England?
Declaration of Independence
Oath of Homage
What arose in towns as an association of business people with the same interests?
Lord Henri Vasquer wishes to reward you, his loyal vassal. How would he most likely show his pleasure with you?
He would give you gold.
He would give you a retinue of knights.
He would give you a castle.
He would give you a fief.
According to this system, a lord gave vassals land in exchange for military and other services.
Divine Right of Kings
- ?Lv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
1. D - Roman Emperor
On 25 December 800, the Pope crowned him Imperator Romanorum (Emperor of the Romans).
2. A - Became extremely powerful.
3. C - Peasants rose in stature
4. C - Page
5. C - France
6. A - Constantinople
7. C - William of Normandy
William the Conqueror defeated Harold Godwinson's troops in the Battle of Hastings, thus establishing the House of Normandy on the English Throne. The current Monarch, Elizabeth II, is a direct descendant of William the Conqueror (as well as the Anglo-Saxon Monarchs that preceded him).
8. B - Black Death
9. B - Vassalage
10. C - Avignon
11. B - Holy Roman Empire
The economies of both France and England were devastated by wars; neither was a particularly wealthy country at the point. Spain and Italy didn't even exist back then as unified countries (the Kingdom of Spain was essentially created when the Kingdoms of Castile and Aragon unified with the marriage of Queen Isabella of Castile and King Ferdinand of Aragon, while Italy's unification happened much later).
12. C - Italy
Germans never controlled any part of France, England or Spain.
13. False, a serf was halfway between being a slave and a free person.
14. A - Promotion of Equality
15. C - She said the Pope commanded her to free France
Joan of Arc claimed God (and not Pope) gave her the mission to free France
16. B - Primogeniture
According to Primogeniture rules that operated in most of European Monarchies, the eldest son inherited all of his father's estates. The younger sons had to seek their own fortunes as knights (essentially, soldiers) or join the clergy.
17. Magna Carta
Magna Carta is the basis of not only English Law, but also that of the United States, Canada, Australia and quite a few other countries. Along with the Bill of Rights, the Habeas Corpus Act, the Petition of Right, and the Act of Settlement, it is one of the most important documents in English (and worldwide) history.
18. B - Guilds
Guilds were essentially the early unions.
19. A - He would give you gold.
In fact, all answers are possible, with the exception of castle.
20. C - Feudalism
- 9 years ago
ok this looks like a quiz to test your knowledge of your own bloody subject, use google or your own brain or something.