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Unit 2 Review. Religion. Wars. People. Vocab. Civilizations. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Religion. What was the purpose of the Inquisition?. 100.

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Unit 2 Review

Religion

Wars

People

Vocab

Civilizations

100

100

100

100

100

200

200

200

200

200

300

300

300

300

300

400

400

400

400

400

500

500

500

500

500


Religion

What was the purpose of the Inquisition?

100


To punish people for speaking out against the Catholic church

Religion

100


How did the Aztec and Inca worship their gods?

Religion

200


Human/animal sacrifices

Religion

200


Nuns lived in ________, while monks lived in __________.

Religion

300


Nuns lived in convents, while monks lived in monasteries.

Religion

300


Who was the Roman official and founder of monasteries?

Religion

400


Benedict

Religion

400


Who brought Islam to the Mongol Empire?

Religion

500


Religion

500

Timur Lenk


Wars

100

The 100 Years War was fought between which two countries?


England and France

Wars

100


Wars

200

Which two groups fought in the Crusades?


Christians vs. Muslims

Wars

200


Which Crusade ended with the Christian capture of Jerusalem?

Wars

300


Wars

300

First


List two effects the Hundred Years’ War had on society. (HINT: There are 5!)

Wars

400


Increased Taxes

National Unity

Decline of Feudalism

Creation of national army

New fighting technology

Wars

400


Wars

500

Trung Trak and Trung Nhi were two sisters from _______ that led a revolt against _______ to gain independence.


Trung Trak and Trung Nhi were two sisters from Vietnam that led a revolt against China to gain independence.

Wars

500


People

In the 1200’s the Mongols began expansion under who?

100


People

Genghis Khan

100


People

Who was the first Mongol Emperor of China?

200


People

Kublai Khan

200


People

Who was the first King of the Franks?

300


People

Clovis

300


People

This Frankish King doubled his empire’s borders and revived learning. Name him!

400


People

Charlemagne

400


People

Which Frankish leader defeated the Muslims to ensure that Christianity would remain dominant?

500


People

Charles the Hammer

500


Civilizations

What was the capital of the Aztec Empire?

100


Tenochtitlan

Civilizations

100


Who was the emperor of the Inca, known for expanding his empire?

Civilizations

200


Pachacuti

Civilizations

200


What were women required to do in Japanese society?

Civilizations

300


Serve in the military

Civilizations

300


Which Chinese dynasty decreased contact with the outside world before being conquered by the Mongols?

Civilizations

400


Sung

Civilizations

400


Which Chinese dynasty ruled for more than 300 years and was responsible for gunpowder, printing, and silk?

Civilizations

500


Tang

Civilizations

500


Vocab

Denial of church teachings

100


heresy

Vocab

100


Artificial islands used for farming in the Aztec empire

Vocab

200


Chinampas

Vocab

200


Wide, grassy plain of central Asia

Vocab

300


Steppe

Vocab

300


Groups based on family ties; ruled over Medieval Japan

Vocab

400


Clan

Vocab

400


In Feudalism, ____, or land granted to nobles, were often worked by ______, who were NOT allowed to leave the manor.

Vocab

500


In Feudalism, fiefs, or land granted to nobles, were often worked by serfs, who were NOT allowed to leave the manor.

Vocab

500


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