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Jeopardy!. With your host: Mr. Spiconardi. FINAL JEOPARDY!. Topic 1: 1 point. The style of architecture depicted in the examples below. What is gothic?. Topic 1: 2 points. This leader of the Franks converted to Christianity, which helped spread Catholicism across western Europe. .

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Jeopardy

Jeopardy!

With your host: Mr. Spiconardi



Topic 1 1 point
Topic 1: 1 point

The style of architecture depicted in the examples below.

What is gothic?


Topic 1 2 points
Topic 1: 2 points

This leader of the Franks converted to Christianity, which helped spread Catholicism across western Europe.

Who is Clovis?


Topic 1 3 points
Topic 1: 3 points

The Concordat of Worms abolished this practice, which had allowed secular rulers to appoint bishops.

What is lay investiture?


Topic 1 4 points
Topic 1: 4 points

These were the three main “invaders” whose attacks led to the development of feudalism in western Europe.

Who are the Magyars, Vikings, and Muslims?


Topic 1 5 points
Topic 1: 5 points

Under Charlemagne who revived learning, reformed the Church, developed the missidominici system, reconquered parts of the old Roman Empire, and made his court at Aachen, this “renaissance” was started.

What is the Carolingian Renaissance?


Topic 2 1 point
Topic 2: 1 point

This philosophy of the Renaissance focused on individuality, classical education, bettering oneself.

What is humanism?


Topic 2 2 points
Topic 2: 2 points

This textile and banking family ruled the Republic of Florence, produced four popes, and two queens of France.

Who are the Medici?


Topic 2 3 points
Topic 2: 3 points

A key element to Renaissance paintings , seen in Raphael’s The Marriage of the Virgin, was lacking from most medieval paintings

What is perspective or three dimensional space?


Topic 2 4 points
Topic 2: 4 points

A vocal critic of the Church, this Dutch humanist wrote The Praise of Folly and argued that education would make for a benevolent and compassionate ruler in The Education of a Christian Prince.

Who is Desiderius Erasmus?


Topic 2 5 points
Topic 2: 5 points

You don’t need a signature to determine which Italian Renaissance artist painted this Medici family portrait.

Who is Sandro Botticelli?


Topic 3 1 point
Topic 3: 1 point

Both the Crusades and the Hundred Year’s War aided in the collapse of this political system.

What is feudalism?


Topic 3 2 points
Topic 3: 2 points

Seen here, these markings were a sure sign that one had contracted the Black Death.

What are buboes?


Topic 3 3 points
Topic 3: 3 points

This weapon helped end chivalric warfare as it negated the need for trained knights.

What is the longbow?


Topic 3 4 points
Topic 3: 4 points

The destruction of farmland and the increase in taxes to support the cost of the Hundred Year’s War led to these in England. Coincidentally, the Bubonic Plague had a similar effect.

What are peasant revolts?


Topic 3 5 points
Topic 3: 5 points

This order of Catholic knights was established to protect pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land.

Who are the Templar Knights?


Topic 4 1 point
Topic 4: 1 point

“As soon as the coin in the coffer rings, the soul from purgatory springs,” was a slogan popularly believed to have been used in order to sell these.

What are indulgences?


Topic 4 2 points
Topic 4: 2 points

This council, which reaffirmed the need for good works in order to gain salvation, was held over the course of 18 years so the Catholic Church could respond to the Protestant Reformation.

What is the Council of Trent?


Topic 4 3 points
Topic 4: 3 points

Luther took issue with this doctrine of the Catholic Church, which states that during the Mass, the bread and wine become the actual body and blood of Jesus.

What is transubstantiation?


Topic 4 4 points
Topic 4: 4 points

Founded by Ignatius Loyola this Catholic order hoped to use education to spread Catholicism and combat Protestantism.

Who are the Jesuits?


Topic 4 5 points
Topic 4: 5 points

Charles V issued this edict, which declared Martin Luther an outlaw and forbade anyone from aiding him.

What is the Edict of Worms?


Topic 5 1 point
Topic 5: 1 point

The land granted from a king to a lord.

What is a fief?


Topic 5 2 points
Topic 5: 2 points

Celebrating its 500th year, Machiavelli wrote this political treatise in which he argued that a ruler should use whatever means necessary to maintain power.

What is The Prince?


Topic 5 3 points
Topic 5: 3 points

The Magna Carta led to the development of this legislative body in England.

What is parliament?


Topic 5 4 points
Topic 5: 4 points

During the Great Schism, the French papacy was located in this city.

What is Avignon?


Topic 5 5 points
Topic 5: 5 points

The artist of the Arnolfini Portrait seen below.

Who is Jan van Eyck?


Daily Double!

As a team, decide how many of the points you already have you wish to wager. If you get the question correct, you will earn double the points you wagered.If you get the question incorrect, you will lose the points you wagered. Good luck!


Daily Double!

As a team, decide how many of the points you already have you wish to wager. If you get the question correct, you will earn double the points you wagered.If you get the question incorrect, you will lose the points you wagered. Good luck!


FINAL JEOPARDY!

Category: Medieval Correspondences

She once wrote, “King of England, render account to the King of Heaven of your royal blood. Return the keys of all the good cities which you have seized to the Maid…To you, archers, noble companions in arms, and all people who are before Orleans, I say to in God’s name, go home to your own country. “

Who is Joan of Arc?


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