2nd Exam Study Guide - Identification questions will be...

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Identification questions will be taken from the following list. On the test you will select 4 of 5 IDs. In a well-written paragraph, be able to answer the questions, Who? What? When (to a century)? Where? Why important? (i.e. what is its historical significance). Always write in full sentences. Saul Council of Jerusalem Council of Nicaea Head of Constantine Donation of Constantine Arianism Justinian Corpus iuris civilis Charles Martel Missi dominici 3-field system vassalage guild Carolingian Renaissance Hugh Capet William the Conqueror Bayeux Tapestry with Haley’s Comet Richard I the Lion Eleanor of Aquitaine Magna Carta Rule of St. Benedict St. Francis Cathars Waldensians Investiture Controversy St. Thomas Aquinas Universitas Gothic Essay Topics. Essays will be drawn from the following topic areas. On the test you will be given 1 essay. We will be looking at how well you structure your argument and support your points with specific historical examples.
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