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C-20-Quiz - C -20 Quiz1. The single biggest obstacle to the...

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Unformatted text preview: C -20 Quiz1. The single biggest obstacle to the rise of a powerful Holy Roman Empire was A. Continual invasions by the FrenchB. The reoccurring appearance of epidemic diseasesC. Occasional invasions from the HunsD. An ongoing conflict with the papacyE. Continuous tensions caused by border disputes with England2. The quip that the Holy Roman Empire was, "neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire," is attributed to A. VoltaireB. Pope Gregory VIIC. William of NormandyD. Hugh CapetE. Saladin3. Hugh Capet was crowned King of France in 987 A. And immediately turned France into a powerful, centralized stateB. And was immediately excommunicated by Pope Gregory VIIC. And was eventually overthrown by the Holy Roman emperorD. But it took centuries for the French kings to build a powerful, centralized stateE. And immediately launched an unsuccessful invasion of Spain4. In 1066, William of Normandy conquered A. EnglandB. FranceC. ItalyD. SpainE. The Holy Roman Empire5. In Italy, the political structure was marked by A. A tightly centralized governmentB. A series of city-states and principalitiesC. Consolidated rule by the popesD. Unification imposed from the outside by the Holy Roman EmpireE. The world's first democracy6. The re-conquest of land from the Muslims occurred in A. ItalyB. SicilyC. The Iberian peninsulaD. The Byzantine EmpireE. England7. The Hanseatic League was a trading network that operated in A. The North Sea and Baltic SeaB. The Indian OceanC. The Mediterranean Sea and Black SeaD. The Atlantic OceanE. The Black Sea8. The phrase usually associated with the medieval social structure is A. "Those who fight and those who work."B. "Those who pray, those who fight, and those who work."C. "Every man united in god and king."D. "King as father of the country."E. "The mandate of heaven."9. The guilds of the High Middle Ages A. Were exclusively maleB. Were designed to fight for better wages from the factory ownersC. Almost always admitted women as membersD. Were designed to fight against the increasing materialism of the ageE. Were extensions of the monasteries10. Central to the philosophy of the High Middle Ages was the rediscovery of A. SocratesB. HippocratesC. VirgilD. AristotleE. Galen11. St. Thomas Aquinas A. Stressed the importance of an emotional, unquestioning devotion to GodB. Founded the DominicansC. Believed that it was possible to prove rationally that God existsC....
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Benjamin during the Spring '11 term at Ohlone.

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