C17-quiz - C17-quiz 1 In 802 what gift did Charlemagne...

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1. In 802, what gift did Charlemagne receive from the Abbasid caliph, Harun al-Rashid? A. A thousand pounds of gold B. A golden chandelier C. A terra-cotta army D. An elephant named Abu al-Abbas E. A chess set displaying the two leaders as the kings 2. Which of the following achievements was not a part of the Early Middle Ages? A. A restoration of political order through a feudal system B. Economic recovery C. The reestablishment of centralized, imperial rule D. The creation of an institutional framework for the Christian church based in Rome E. The reestablishment of centralized, imperial rule and the creation of an institutional framework for the Christian church based in Rome 3. Roman imperial power ended in 476 C.E. with the invasion of A. The Germanic general Odovacar B. The Byzantine emperor Justinian C. The Frankish chieftain Clovis D. The Emperor Otto I E. The Islamic ruler Harun al-Rashid 4. In the 470s, Spain was conquered by the A. Burgundians B. Ostrogoths C. Saxons D. Franks E. Visigoths 5. After the collapse of western Roman authority, A. Germanic tribes established regional kingdoms B. A greater pan-Germanic empire was established C. The Visigoths created imperial unity D. The Byzantine Empire expanded into the west, to re-create a lasting imperial state E. Europe was overrun and united by Islamic forces 6. Which Germanic tribe played the most important role in establishing the foundations of European development? A. Visigoths B. Angles C. Franks D. Ostrogoths E. Vandals
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7. The fifth-century Frankish leader whose conversion to Christianity led to a centuries-long relationship with the popes in Rome was A. Odovacer B. Clovis C. Charles Martel D. Charlemagne E. Charles the Fat 8. Which of the following statements is not true about Clovis? A. He converted to Arian Christianity B. He wiped out the last vestiges of Roman authority in Gaul C. He received the support of the popes D. He created the most powerful state in Western Europe, after the fall of Rome E. He conquered the Germanic tribes on his borders 9. After the death of Clovis, A. His successors carried on his policies and created an even more powerful state B. His kingdom was reabsorbed into the Roman Empire C. His successors lost much of their authority D. His kingdom fell under Byzantine control E. His kingdom fell under Islamic control 10. Charlemagne's role of restoring temporary centralized political rule was similar to A. The Indian emperor Harsha B. The Roman emperor Augustus C. The Germanic leader Odoacer D. The Frankish king Charles Martel E. The Indian emperor Chandragupta Maurya 11. Charlemagne maintained diplomatic relations with A. Justinian and the Byzantine Empire B. Tang Taizong and the Tang Empire C. Song Taizu and the Song Empire D. Harun al-Rashid and the Abbasid Empire E. Ashoka and the Mauryan Empire 12. Even though Charlemagne spent much of his time traveling around his empire, he did establish a capital at A. Aachen B. Rome C. Paris D. Constantinople E. Ravenna
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13. Which of the following statements is not correct about Charlemagne?
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