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Which BEST describes how the bubonic plague affected the feudal system in medieval Europe?











A) The plague caused most of the artisans to leave Europe, so the peasants did not have the proper tools for farming.


B) The plague shut down all trade routes throughout Europe, so the nobility relied on farmers and artisans for all their goods.


C) The plague killed many peasants who worked the land, so the ruling classes did not have as many farmers to work their lands.


D) The plague caused all the members of the ruling class to move to the cities, so the peasant class took over the lands they left behind.





8)




Based on the map, which area of Europe would have been affected FIRST by the bubonic plague?











A) England


B) Germany


C) Italy


D) Spain





9)




This painting is a representation of











A) the slave system.


B) the manorial system.


C) the hacienda system.


D) the encomienda system.





10)
Which of these statements regarding feudalism is MOST accurate?











A) Feudalism helped to sustain the growing industrial productivity of Europe.


B) Feudalism fueled the European ability to explore the New World and Africa.


C) Feudalism was a complex system of relationships between people of different classes.


D) Feudalism was built upon a system of buying and selling serfs obtained from other lands.





11)
What effect did the Crusades have on trade in Western Europe?











A) They reduced trade from Scandinavia and Russia.


B) They decreased the population in Western Europe and shrank markets.


C) They increased trade and exposure to new items from the Middle East.


D) They brought Islamic merchants into Western Europe and led to mass conversions.





12)
Which society is MOST closely associated with feudalism, which was a political system based on lords, vassals, and fiefs?











A) Indian


B) European


C) Native American


D) Southeast Asian





13)
The period in world history known as "The Crusades" represents a struggle MOSTLY based on











A) race.


B) religion.


C) political ideology.


D) military technology.





14) These changes in European daily life were MOST LIKELY accompanied by which decline

− Growth of towns
− Creation of guilds
− Commercialization



16. These changes in European daily life were MOST LIKELY accompanied by which decline?

A) the decline of feudalism and the manorial system


B) the decline of the absolute monarch system


C) the decline of global trade and exports


D) the decline of industrial capacity

15) The Magna Carta


A) created taxes.


B) divided England.


C) declared war on France.


D) limited the king's power.

16)
Why was the Magna Carta important for the development of democracy?

A) It made the Parliament more powerful than the King.


B) It was the first document to grant all adults the right to vote.


C) It guaranteed liberty and democracy to all citizens of Great Britain.


D) The Magna Carta limited the King's power and prevented absolutism from taking hold in England.





17) Which member of the feudal system was MOST tied to the land?

- Knight
- Vassal
- Serf
- Peasant

.

These terms are MOST associated with which period in world history?
A) Middle Ages


B) Neolithic Age


C) Hellenistic Period


D) Industrial Revolution

18)
One indirect consequence of the Crusades was that

A) trade routes declined dramatically due to the prolonged fighting and bloodshed.


B) Europeans cut off all trade with Asia and began to trade exclusively with the continent of Africa.


C) Muslim merchants began to focus on overland trade with China on roads that had not been used for hundreds of years.


D) trade increased as Europeans were exposed to new Asian goods and technologies through interactions with the Muslim world.
19)
Following the fall of the Roman Empire, the greatest source of stability in Western Europe was
A) Charlemagne.


B) the Catholic Church.


C) the Byzantine Empire.


D) King Henry VIII of England.


20)
Which of these had the GREATEST influence on the formation of the first universities in Western Europe?

A) the Protestant Reformation

B) the printing press of Johannes Gutenberg
Eliminate

C) the monasteries spread throughout Western Europe

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  3. Which BEST describes how the bubonic plague affected the feudal system in medieval Europe?
    A) The plague caused most of the artisans to leave Europe, so the peasants did not have the proper tools for farming.
    B) The plague shut down all trade routes throughout Europe, so the nobility relied on farmers and artisans for all their goods.
    C) The plague killed many peasants who worked the land, so the ruling classes did not have as many farmers to work their lands.
    D) The plague caused all the members of the ruling class to move to the cities, so the peasant class took over the lands they left behind.
    8) Based on the map, which area of Europe would have been affected FIRST by the bubonic plague?
    A) England
    B) Germany
    C) Italy
    D) Spain
    9) This painting is a representation of
    A) the slave system.
    B) the manorial system.
    C) the hacienda system.
    D) the encomienda system.
    10)
    Which of these statements regarding feudalism is MOST accurate?
    A) Feudalism helped to sustain the growing industrial productivity of Europe.
    B) Feudalism fueled the European ability to explore the New World and Africa.
    C) Feudalism was a complex system of relationships between people of different classes.
    D) Feudalism was built upon a system of buying and selling serfs obtained from other lands.
    11)
    What effect did the Crusades have on trade in Western Europe?
    A) They reduced trade from Scandinavia and Russia.
    B) They decreased the population in Western Europe and shrank markets.
    C) They increased trade and exposure to new items from the Middle East. D) They brought Islamic merchants into Western Europe and led to mass conversions.
    12)
    Which society is MOST closely associated with feudalism, which was a political system based on lords, vassals, and fiefs?
    A) Indian
    B) European
    C) Native American
    D) Southeast Asian
    13)
    The period in world history known as "The Crusades" represents a struggle MOSTLY based on
    A) race.
    B) religion.
    C) political ideology.
    D) military technology.
    14) These changes in European daily life were MOST LIKELY accompanied by which decline
    − Growth of towns
    − Creation of guilds
    − Commercialization
    16. These changes in European daily life were MOST LIKELY accompanied by which decline?
    A) the decline of feudalism and the manorial system
    B) the decline of the absolute monarch system
    C) the decline of global trade and exports
    D) the decline of industrial capacity
    15) The Magna Carta
    A) created taxes.
    B) divided England.
    C) declared war on France.
    D) limited the king's power.
    16)
    Why was the Magna Carta important for the development of democracy? A) It made the Parliament more powerful than the King.
    B) It was the first document to grant all adults the right to vote.
    C) It guaranteed liberty and democracy to all citizens of Great Britain.
    D) The Magna Carta limited the King's power and prevented absolutism from taking hold in England.
    17) Which member of the feudal system was MOST tied to the land?
    - Knight
    - Vassal
    - Serf
    - Peasant
    These terms are MOST associated with which period in world history?
    A) Middle Ages
    B) Neolithic Age
    C) Hellenistic Period
    D) Industrial Revolution
    18)
    One indirect consequence of the Crusades was that
    A) trade routes declined dramatically due to the prolonged fighting and bloodshed.
    B) Europeans cut off all trade with Asia and began to trade exclusively with the continent of Africa.
    C) Muslim merchants began to focus on overland trade with China on roads that had not been used for hundreds of years.
    D) trade increased as Europeans were exposed to new Asian goods and technologies through interactions with the Muslim world.
    19)
    Following the fall of the Roman Empire, the greatest source of stability in Western Europe was
    A) Charlemagne.
    B) the Catholic Church.
    C) the Byzantine Empire.
    D) King Henry VIII of England.
    20)
    Which of these had the GREATEST influence on the formation of the first universities in Western Europe?

    A) the Protestant Reformation

    B) the printing press of Johannes Gutenberg
    Eliminate

    C) the monasteries spread throughout Western Europe

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  4. I don't know how to do this srry ;/

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  5. Thanks for reposting this.

    Your answers are lurking in your assigned reading.

    We are not going to give you these answers. We will check your answers for you, though.

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