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Crusades, Magna Carta, and Black Death
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  • Question 1
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    Q. 1. Which of these terms describes ‘a group of local people who meet to decide whether or not a person should be accused of a crime?'
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    Trial jury
    Common Law
    Circuit judges
    Grand Jury
  • Question 2
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    The Magna Carta introduced which idea?

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    Parliament

    King appointing bishops

    Rule of Law

    Domesday Survey

  • Question 3
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    Q. In England, the Magna Carta
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    Limited the power of the king
    Gave the king unlimited power
    Limited the power of the pope
    Split power equally between the king and the pope
  • Question 4
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    Q. Which of these was the main constitutional principle under the Magna Carta?
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    Everyone, even the king, has to obey the law.
    Both men and women hd the right to own land.
    Minors receive different treatment under the law.
    All citizens are entitled to legal representation. 
  • Question 5
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    Q. Medieval cities were...
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    Run democratically by all people.
    Dirty and often unhealthy places.
    Planned to allow plenty of spaces between buildings.
    Full of advanced systems for managing sewage, light, and heat. 
  • Question 6
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    Q. What is the main feature of the medieval feudal society?
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    The population was mostly urban because people sought opportunities in the cities.
    An improved economic system was created based upon the introduction of paper money and credit. 
    The people began to assert their right as individuals and demanded greater freedoms.
    The population was mostly rural, made up of farm systems. 
  • Question 7
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    Q. What other effects did the Crusades have on Europeans? 
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    It opened up their eye's to the rest of the world. 
    It brought medicine and science 
    It brought wealth and trade
    All of these
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    What actions and policies characterized the rule of King John before the Magna Carta? (Choose 3)

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    He ignored feudal traditions

    He tried to be fair to the nobles

    He shared his money with the nobles

    He lost English territory in France

    He demanded more money from the nobles

  • Question 9
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    The disease known as the Black Death is today known as the....

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    Bubonic Plague

    Pandemic

    Yellow Fever

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    An organism that transmits disease from one life form to another is called...

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    bacterium

    vaccine

    pestilence

  • Question 11
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    Q. The Crusades were a series of "holy wars" launched by...
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    Western European Christians against Jews
    Byzantine Christians against Jews
    Western European Christians against Muslim groups.
    Muslim groups against Western European Christians. 
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    Q. Which of these is NOT something gained through cultural diffusion during the Crusades? 
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    Gold
    Architectural advancements (domes, mosaics)
    Compass
    Eastern Goods (silk, spices, etc.)
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    Q. The Crusades exposed Western Europeans to ideas and discoveries of the Muslim world, resulting in...
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    A decrease in Christianity within Europe itself
    An understanding and peace between Christians and Muslims
    A hatred for Muslim culture and science within Europe.
    An increase in European education and thought. 
  • Question 14
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    Q. Which of the following was a lasting effect on Europe as a result of the Crusades?
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    Trade between Europe and the East increased.
    Many Muslims moved to Europe. 
    Europe became more isolated. 
    Many Europeans converted to Islam. 
  • Question 15
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    Q. The First Crusade has the intended goal of capturing which city? 
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    Mecca
    Cairo 
    Jerusalem
    Rome
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    Which group in Europe was often singled out for persecution because people blamed them for the Black Death?

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    Jews

    Traders

    Muslims

    Women

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    Explain how the Black Plague spread throughout Europe.

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    Plague came from Britain and then spread to the rest of the mainland Europe through trade.

    Plague was brought back to mainland Europe by knights returning from the crusade in Central Asia.

    Plague spread from Central Asia through trade across the Middle East into Italian ports and then into Central Europe.

    Plague started in Moor controlled Spain and then spread from warfare between Christianity and Muslims.

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    Why don't pandemics like the Bubonic Plague effect the planet today?

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    Vaccines have been developed for every disease.

    Strict public health rules and modern medicine are effective in stopping pandemics.

    Improvements in nutrition protect people from wide-spread disease.

    Viruses and bacteria have been eradicated.

  • Question 19
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    The death of so many people caused a labor shortage in Europe. Which three statements explain how these labor shortages affected society? (Choose 3)

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    Landowners produced crops that required less labor.

    Workers demanded and received higher wages.

    Workers began to form labor unions to gain power.

    Rural workers moved to towns and cities.

    Landowners imported slaves to replace workers.

  • Question 20
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    Q. Which of the following was an effect of the Plague on Europe?
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    Surviving peasants gained more economic power.
    Most usable farmland was poisoned or destroyed. 
    Peasants developed greater loyalty to their monarchs.
    Religion became less of an influence among people. 
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