Classic feudalism never had much influence in a

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9. Classic feudalism never had much influence in a. England. b. Sicily and southern Italy. c. the Kingdom of Jerusalem. d. France. e. Celtic areas. Answer: e
10. Primogeniture describes
11. What promoted the formation of the feudal system?
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12. All of the following were true of the Mediterranean trade EXCEPT that
13. What was the most distinctive feature of twelfth-century urban life? a. social hierarchy dominated by a closed aristocracy of patricians b. nobles and great landlords moving from the country into towns c. the dominance of artisans and craftspeople in urban government d. the decline in overseas trade e. opportunities for vertical social mobility Answer: e
14. Towns during the High Middle Ages differed from towns before that time, in that after ca. 1000 towns became
15. The Domesday Book is
16. The Parliament of Britain today is a direct descendant of

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