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Final Exam Review . 8 th Grade World History . What is the name of the wealthy people of Rome?. What is the name of the wealthy people of Rome?. A: Patricians. What is the name of the legislative body of patricians?. What is the name of the legislative body of patricians?. A: Senate.

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Final exam review

Final Exam Review

8th Grade World History







Who demanded representation in ancient rome and the public display of the twelve tables1
Who demanded representation in ancient Rome and the public display of the Twelve Tables?

A: Plebians





Who was the first emperor of rome1
Who was the first emperor of Rome? Christians?

A: Caesar Augustus





Name three of charlemagne s accomplishments1
Name three of Charlemagne’s accomplishments. Christians?

  • Conquered the Saxons

  • Spread Christianity in Western Europe

  • Built churches and schools

  • Brought relative peace and prosperity to the Franks


What was the pax romana
What was the Christians?PaxRomana?


What was the pax romana1
What was the Christians?PaxRomana?

A: Period of relative peace and prosperity in the Roman Empire



List three characteristics of the middle ages in europe1
List three characteristics of the Middle Ages in Europe. Christians?

  • War and violence

  • Oaths and Pledges between vassals

  • Feudalism





List three consequences of the bubonic plague1
List three consequences of the Bubonic Plague. for Christendom?

  • Brought about the end of serfdom

  • People lost respect for the nobles and clergy

  • Wages increased for laborers



How did the ancient romans influence the u s constitution1
How did the Ancient Romans influence the U.S. Constitution? for Christendom?

  • Balance of Powers

  • Republican form of government

  • Senate in the legislative branch

  • International Law


Define excommunication
Define excommunication. for Christendom?


Define excommunication1
Define excommunication. for Christendom?

A: To be excluded from the Church



Name one of the tenets of the magna carta1
Name one of the tenets of the Magna for Christendom?Carta.

  • The king is subject to the law as well

  • Nobles should be tried by a jury of their peers

  • Nobles should be consulted before taxes are raised





What king put his seal on the magna carta1
What king put his seal on the Magna for Christendom?Carta?

A: King John



What are the dates of the middle ages1
What are the dates of the Middle Ages? for Christendom?

A: 500-1350 C.E.







What famous cloth depicts the norman invasion1
What famous cloth depicts the Norman Invasion? Hastings?

A: The Bayeux Tapestry




What was the domesday book
What was the Hastings?Domesday Book?


What was the domesday book1
What was the Hastings?Domesday Book?

A: A survey of all the land, people, and property in England ordered by William the Conqueror to assess how to tax the people




Final exam review
What law dates from the Middle Ages and states the court must have evidence against you and you must know why you are being arrested?


Final exam review
What law dates from the Middle Ages and states the court must have evidence against you and you must know why you are being arrested?

A: writ of habeas corpus


What was the main goal of the borgia family
What was the main goal of the Borgia Family? must have evidence against you and you must know why you are being arrested?


What was one of the main goals of the borgia family
What was must have evidence against you and you must know why you are being arrested?one of the main goals of the Borgia Family?

  • Increase the power of the Papal States

  • Use marriage to increase the family’s power and wealth

  • Defend and protect the Papal States


What does renaissance mean
What does ‘Renaissance’ mean? must have evidence against you and you must know why you are being arrested?


What does renaissance mean1
What does ‘Renaissance’ mean? must have evidence against you and you must know why you are being arrested?

A: Rebirth


Who did machiavelli use as a model for his work the prince
Who did Machiavelli use as a model for his work, must have evidence against you and you must know why you are being arrested?The Prince?


Who did machiavelli use as a model for his work the prince1
Who did Machiavelli use as a model for his work, must have evidence against you and you must know why you are being arrested?The Prince?

A: Cesare Borgia