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Which are accurate descriptions of how the Christian church influenced daily life in the Middle Ages?

Choose all answers that are correct.

A.encouraged people to rebel against unjust feudal lords

B. oversaw the writing of wills and contracts

C. made and enforced the rules and procedures of marriage

D. elected the governing council of the king

I think it is B,C,D



Which statements about the Magna Carta are true?

Choose all answers that are correct.

A.Richard the Lion-Heart forced the English barons to sign the Magna Carta.

B. The Magna Carta legalized the idea that not even the king of England had absolute power.

C. The Great Council had King John executed when he refused to sign the Magna Carta.

D. The Magna Carta formally recognized the nobles' ancient rights and limits on taxation.

I think it is B and D

Which statement about European monarchs in the late Middle Ages is true?








A. Most were weakened and eventually overthrown by feudal lords.

B. Their power was held in check by parliamentary bodies elected by freemen.

C. They were required to ask the pope's permission before they could wage war.

D. Many extended their control and left larger kingdoms to their heirs.

I think it is C



Which book written by Thomas Aquinas used reason, logic, and Aristotle’s ideas to argue that God existed?

A. Summa Theologica


B. Magna Carta

C. Book of Kells

D. Rule of Benedict

I think it is A.

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  1. A. Most were weakened and eventually overthrown by feudal lords.

    B. Their power was held in check by parliamentary bodies elected by freemen.

    C. They were required to ask the pope's permission before they could wage war.

    D. Many extended their control and left larger kingdoms to their heirs.

    I think it is C
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    I think it is D. Particularly after the introduction of cannons the local lords found it hard to resist the kings who could knock their castle walls down. There was a consolidation of power and a trend toward professional permanent armies under the kings.

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  2. Which are accurate descriptions of how the Christian church influenced daily life in the Middle Ages?

    Choose all answers that are correct.

    A.encouraged people to rebel against unjust feudal lords

    B. oversaw the writing of wills and contracts

    C. made and enforced the rules and procedures of marriage

    D. elected the governing council of the king

    I think it is B,C,D
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    I simply do not know about D

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    posted by Damon
  3. Which statement about European monarchs in the late Middle Ages is true?
    C is right. And what about D?

    I agree with all of your answers.

  4. I may be anticipating the next chapter :)

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  5. Which are accurate descriptions of how the Christian church influenced daily life in the Middle Ages?

    Choose all answers that are correct.

    A.encouraged people to rebel against unjust feudal lords

    B. oversaw the writing of wills and contracts

    C. made and enforced the rules and procedures of marriage

    D. elected the governing council of the king

    The correct answers to this question are, B and C, I am pretty sure of this

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