histtest3-1 - 1. Which of the following councils ended the...

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1. Which of the following councils ended the Great Schism within the Medieval papacy in 1415? a. Council of Pisa b. Council of Trent c. Council of Constance d. Council of Augsburg 2. The individual most responsible for carrying out the Protestant Reformation in England a. Thomas Moore b. Thomas Crammer c. Mary Tudor d. John Wycliffe 3. The chief purpose of the Magna Carta was a. To have the king recognize the feudal rights of his vassals b. to subordinate the clergy to the authority of the monarchy c. to subordinate the feudal army to the monarch d. to subordinate the king to the authority of the pope 4. The Germanic king who united the Franks under his rule established the earliest Germanic kingdom and embraced Christianity a. Pepin the Short b. Clovis c. Charlemagne d. Charles Martel 5. The Germanic warrior who defeated the Muslims at the Battle of Tours in 732 and emerged a new leader of the Franks was a. Pepin the Short b. Clovis c. Charlemagne d. Charles Martel 6. Maudalirun can be best characterized as a. A highly centralized form of government b. total anarchy c. a military system based on ordinary as a society of local powers in which political and military authority were spread into privan hands. 7. What aristocratic family of France was responsible for the corner Reformation and stood behind the struggle against the Huegonouts? a. The Bourbons b. The Merlins c. Manimorency Chatillions d. The Cruises 8. The great humanist ___ associated with Platonic philosophy and the author of The Naurginon of the Dignity of Man was a. Cosimo de Medici b. Giovanni Pico della Mirandola c. Lorenzo de Medici d. Simonena Vespucci 9. In Unum Sanctum the Pope a. Addressed his right to call the crusades b. called for execution of all non- believers and herotics c. rejected the right of the kings to tax the clergy d. called for a council to deal with the Great Schism 10. Politics of England and France during the High Middle Ages can be best described as the a. struggly to drive the Muslim and pagans out of Europe b. drive to expand territorial control in North America c. struggle to gain power for the kings at the expense of the church d. drive to extent control over merchants and industrialists 11. The Spanish policy known as the reconquista refer to a. the drive of the Spanish monarchs to expand territorial control in North America b. the struggle of Christian Spaniards to drive the Muslims out of Spain c. the struggle of the Spanish monarchs for their right to confiscate and exploit the church lands d. the struggle of the Spanish kings to end the English influence in North America 12. The religious order created by the Catholic Church as a response to the Protestant reformation with the purpose to spread education and prevent heresy among lay women were a. Mendicant Friars b. Dominicans c. Ursalines d. Jesuits
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13. Civic humanists tried to preserve the republican form of government in Florence by a. their involvement in civic activities and celebration of active political life b.
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