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THIS

IS

Jeopardy


Your

With

Host...

Ms. Schaller


Jeopardy

Feudalism

Historical

Figures

Church

Church v.

State

Crusades

Random

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What did knights receive in exchange for their service to a lord?

A 100


They got a fief (land).

A 100


What is the knight’s code of honor? What did it emphasize?

A 200


A knights code of honor is called Chivalry and it focuses on bravery, honor, respect towards women, protecting the innocent, etc…

A 200


Why element of European geography cause the development of feudalism?

A 300


A lack of natural barriers and the presence of towns along rivers allowed for easy Viking attack.

A 300


What three groups frequently threatened European kingdoms making feudalism nessary?

A 400


Vikings, Magyars, and Muslim invasions made feudalism necessary.

A 400


What part of the castle was used to protect kings, nobility, and their families?

A 500


The keep kept important people safe.

A 500


Who brought feudalism to England from France?

B 100


William the Conqueror.

B 100


He was crowned as the first Holy Roman Emperor in 800 CE.

B 200


Charlemagne

B 200


He converted the Irish to Christian even though he was a pagan until his late teens.

B 300


St. Patrick

B 300


He established strict rules followed by monasteries across Europe.

B 400


Benedict

B 400


Their goal was to make all of the Iberian Peninsula Christian?

B 500


Ferdinand and Isabella

B 500


What was the main goal of missionaries?

C 100


To spread Christianity.

C 100


Why did medieval Christian fear excommunication?

C 200


They thought it would prevent them from going to heaven.

C 200


Gothic cathedrals were characterized by…

C 300


Vaulted ceilings, stained glass, huge windows, pointed arches, flying buttresses…

C 300


How did Saint Thomas Aquinas support the authority of the Church?

C 400


He taught that reason could support Christian beliefs and that rational thinkers could still have faith.

C 400


Why did the Church split in 1000 and what two Churches were formed?

C 500


Pope Leo IX claimed authority over the bishop of Constantinople. The Byzantine Emperor disagreed and the church split into the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches

C 500


Power shifted from nobles to who in the Late Middle Ages?

D 100


Power shifted from nobles to Kings and Popes in the Middle Ages.

D 100


What are three duties and powers of Popes?

D 200


Writing bulls to explain religious teachings

Providing guidance on how to live and pray

Deciding when someone was acting against the Church

Excommunicating people

Settling disputes within the Church.

Acting as Gods representative on earth.

Choosing bishops and cardinals

D 200


What did Pope Gregory VII and Emperor Henry IV disagree about?

D 400


They disagreed about who had the power to select bishops.

D 400


What did the Compromise of 1122 say?

D 500


Popes would select Bishops but bishops must obey kings.

D 500


What was the goal of the Crusades?

E 100


To retake the Holy Land, Jerusalem, from the Muslims.

E 100


Why did Byzantines distrust western Christian after the Crusades?

E 200


Because the Holy Roman Empire attacked Constantinople who were also Christians (a Eastern Orthodox community).

E 200


How was the Reconquista like the Crusades?

E 300


Both fought to retake land from the Muslim empires, were fought in the name of the Roman Catholic Chruch, and had the support of Pope Urban II.

E 300


Who came into power when Richard I went on the Third Crusade? Why was this a problem?

E 400


His brother John became king this was a problem because John upset the barons and was forced to sign the Magna Carta, limiting the power of all future English monarchs.

E 400


Name three ways the Crusades effect Europe?

E 500


  • Trade grow

  • New products come to Europe

  • Towns grew due to trade.

  • Feudalism declined as serfs gained freedom by fighting.

  • Nobles lost power to kings

E 500


How was Europe organized after the fall of Rome?

F 100


It was made up of many small and competing kingdoms.

F 100


Why did cities grow after 1,000?

F 200


There was an increase in population because new agricultural technology like the plow many food more available.

There was also an increase in trade.

F 200


What was a vassals most important duty?

F 300


To defend his lord.

F 300


What is the manor system

F 400


Manors are self-sufficient communities where serfs/peasants produce food for the lord in exchange for protection from knights.

F 400


What group was responsible for building the first universities?

F 500


The Church

F 500


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