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How were goods and services exchanged on the manor? With money and coins Through barter Through the church With credit cards. Through barter. This was the profession of a person who made and repaired roofs A thatcher A brewer A smith A herald. A thatcher.

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How were goods and services

exchanged on the manor?

With money and coins

Through barter

Through the church

With credit cards

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Through barter

This was the profession of a person who made and repaired roofs

A thatcher

A brewer

A smith

A herald

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A thatcher

A large elegant church is called what?

A mosque

A synagogue

A chapel

A cathedral

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A cathedral

A man who became a knight

was always called or

addressed as …

Dame

Squire

Sir

Mister

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Sir

A ditch for protection built around a castle and

often filled with water was called what?

A moat

A catapult

A lance

A bridge

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A moat

Serfs and peasants were represented by what

piece in the game of Chess?

Bishop

Pawn

Rook

None of these

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Pawn

The leader of the Catholic Church during Medieval

times and now is called by what name?

The Priest

The Bishop

The Pope

The Monk

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The Pope

This was the weapon used in jousting

A dagger

A sword

A mace

A lance

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A lance

What effect did the Crusades have on Europe?

It increased the use of money to buy goods and services

It opened new trade routes from Europe to the East

It helped cities grow as commoners left the

manor for new and better opportunities

All of the above

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All of the above

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