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CHAPTER fourteen Early medieval art of Europe 14 MULTIPLE CHOICE 1.  The  Book of Kells  was produced on __________, an animal skin prepared for writing. A.  papyrus B.  paper C.  deckles D.  vellum   Page reference:  441 2.  __________ are people from outside the empire who could only “barble” Greek or Latin. A.  Celts B.  Goths C.  Barbarians D.  Visigoths   Page reference:  442 3.  The cornerstone of Christian philosophy is the text, __________. A.  The City of God. B.  The Realm of the Lord.   C.  The Gospel of Paul. D.  The Word of Matthew.   Page reference:  442 4.  The exchange of personal service and labor for protection became known as __________. A.  crenellation. B.  feudalism. C.  serfdom. D.  loyalism.   Page reference:  443 5.  One of the most beautiful, original, and inventive of the surviving Hiberno-Saxon Gospel books is the  __________. A.   Book of Rome B.   Gospel of Utrecht . C.   Book of Kells . D.   Psalter of Paris .    Page reference:  448
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6.  Christians in the Muslim territories were called __________. A.  Mozarabs. 
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