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The Late Middle Ages. WHI SOL #12. #1 Which phrase best completes this diagram?. Closure of Banks Use of Arabic Numbers Letters of Credit Church Rules on Usury. Letters of Credit.
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The Late Middle Ages WHI SOL #12
#1 Which phrase best completes this diagram? Closure of Banks Use of Arabic Numbers Letters of Credit Church Rules on Usury
#2 Letters of credit served to expand the supply of money and expedite (speed up the progress of) trade. What is credit? • Money available for a client to borrow • Permission to travel and do business
#3 Increased demand for Middle Eastern products (ex. spices), stimulated production of goods to trade in Middle Eastern markets, and encouraged use of credit and baking were all economic effects from this series of wars? • Hundred Years War • Crusades
#4 Church scholars laid the foundations for the rise of these educational institutions in Europe? • Universities • Monasteries
#5 Following the Crusades, some Italian city-states became wealthy from trade with this region • South East Asia • Middle East • East Africa • The Americas
#6 According to this passage, what was a major result of the Hundred Years’War? • France began to develop a strong monarchy. • France became the new leader of the Holy Roman Empire. • Increasing the military ensured economic prosperity in France. • The Catholic Church lost power in France.
#7 What caused this change in European population? • The Mongols • The Crusades • The Black Death • The Norman Conquest
#8 Which city is important to Judaism, • Christianity, and Islam? • Rome • Constantinople • Mecca • Jerusalem
#9. England limited the powers of kings and increased the power of the nobility with a) the Codex Justinian. b) the Magna Carta. c) the English Constitution. d) the Civil Constitution.
#10.The Black Death first came to Europe through a) trade. b) exploration. c) the Church. d) the New World.
#11. The Hundred Years’ War was between which countries? a) France and Spain b) Russia and France c) England and the Holy Roman Empire d) England and France
#12. The effects of the Crusades are all of the following except a) increased trade between Asia and Europe. b) decreased power of the nobility in many countries. c) increased tolerance and respect among religions. d) increased demand for Asian imports.
#13. Which of the following is not a reason why the Crusades were launched? • to recover Jerusalem from the Turks • Christians were being persecuted • Christian pilgrims were being attacked • to convert the Turks to Christianity
#14 What was the effort of the Church to drive the Muslims out of Spain called? • Renaissance • Reconquista • Inquisition • the Crusades
#15 This group of people had rules against charging a fee for loaning money. • the Jewish • the Muslims • the Christians • the Moors
#16 Trial by jury and the use of precedent are principles of… • Canon Law • Papal law • Code of Chivalry • Common Law
#17 The last foreign invasion of England in 1066 was led by who? • Charlemagne • William the Conqueror • Charles Martel • Richard the Lionheart
#18 Joan of Arc led the French army to victory at the Battle of __________ during the Hundred Years War. • Orleans • Crecy • Agincourt • Poitiers
#19 These events occurred in the nation-state of — • France • Russia • England • Spain
#20 This speech helped to start the — • Hundred Years’ War • First Crusade • Norman Conquest • Holy Roman Empire
#22 What was a major effect of the Crusades on Europe? • Economic control of North Africa • Increased influence of the Patriarch • Religious toleration for Jews • Increased trade with Arab cultures