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1) The three heirs of Rome after the fall of the Western empire?Answera Persia, North Africa, Franceb Byzantine, Islamic and Latin Westc Chinese, English, Germanicd Greeks, Mesopotamians, Egyptians2)Feudalism is best understood asa a system designed to increase the power of lords rather than vassals.b a reciprocal personal economic and political relationship between lords, vassals and peasantsc a way for vassals to advance economically and politically.d a way for kings and lords to develop a standing army.3) What was the outcome of the First Crusade?a a) It was a disastrous failure for the Christian west.b b) It led to the overthrow of the Byzantine emperor.c c)It led to the conversion of the Seljuk Turks to Christianity.d d) It resulted in the successful Christian conquest of Jerusalem.4)The Magna Carta concerneda the rights of the common people in England.b universal human rights.c restrictions of the absolute power of the Kingd the establishment of Parliament.5)If someone argued that the Roman empire did not really fall in 476 A.D., their best argument would bea the byzantine empire continued to last for the next thousand yearsb Rome actually fell to invading Huns in 732 A.D.c the Muslims conquered most of Europe in the 700’s A.D.d the city of Rome still exists as a prominent financial capital of the world today6) Place in chronological order:Islam, Christianity, Judaism7) Which of the following occurred earliest? (in order)Crusades occur in the holy land, Battle of Tours ends Muslim advance into Europe, Renaissance era8)All the following dates would be described as being within the “dark ages” except?a 552 A.D.b 100 A.D.c 770 A.D.s 900 A.D.9) What is the most important force in most people’s lives in Western Europe during the dark ages?a Roman authorityb Power of Islamic Churchc Power of Roman Catholic Christian Churchd Influence of different nation-states or countries10)Charlemagne was a figure who helped establish the Holy Roman empire in which general region?Answera Italyb Western Europec Middle Eastd Great Britain11)Which was NOT a characteristic of the five hundred years after the fall of Rome in Western Europe?a dramatic advances in urban technological knowledgeb increasing percentages of people living in rural or farm areasc lessening connections or trade with the rest of the worldd little organized political structures such as nation-states or countries established12)All are buildings of the middle ages except:a feudal estatesb Castlesc aquaductsd Gothic Cathedrals13) William the Conqueror is famous as leading the invasion of which country in 1066?a Franceb Germanyc Englandd Germany

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