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  1. 700- 1000 1000- 1200 1200- 1400 1400- 1500 1500- 1600 1600+ 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 50

  2. How was medieval society politically organized? 700- 1000 1

  3. What was the most significant organization in Europe after the collapse of the Roman Empire? 700- 1000 2

  4. What insights does the story of Beowolf give us about life in Europe? 700- 1000 3

  5. Why did Europe need to develop stronger central governments in the 800s? 700- 1000 4

  6. Who was Charlemagne and why is he significant? 700- 1000 5

  7. During the Middle Ages most of the creative energies of Europe are directed toward religion. Why? 1000- 1200 6

  8. What was the Holy Roman Empire? 1000- 1200 7

  9. MAP DAILY DOUBLE! Where did the First Crusade finish? 1000- 1200 8

  10. What was happening with the population of towns in Europe from 1000 to 1200? 1000- 1200 9

  11. What was the Investiture Controversy? 1000- 1200 10

  12. The economy and society of the late middle ages suffered a major blow about 1350 CE. What was it? 1200- 1400 11

  13. Where did the Fourth Crusade finish? MAP DAILY DOUBLE! 1200- 1400 12

  14. By the end of the medieval period women changed how men acted. An example is the emergence of “courtly love”. What did this entail? 1200- 1400 13

  15. Who was St. Thomas Aquinas? 1200- 1400 14

  16. By the end of the Middle Ages how had Europe changed? 1200- 1400 15

  17. What invention made the Protestant Reformation possible? 1400- 1500 16

  18. 1492 was a very important year for Spain. What happened? 1400- 1500 17

  19. Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy? 1400- 1500 18

  20. What are the names of three great Renaissance artists we examined? 1400- 1500 19

  21. In what ways did the lives of Italian women differ from the rest of Europe? 1400- 1500 20

  22. What event is the “official” start of the Reformation? 1500- 1600 21

  23. Where and under which ruler that we discussed was Absolutism most clearly implemented? 1500- 1600 22

  24. Why did Henry VIII embrace Protestantism? 1500- 1600 23

  25. Who are some of the people associated with Europe’s exploration of the world? 1500- 1600 24

  26. How did Absolute and Constitutional monarchs differ from each other in the 1500s ? 1500- 1600 25

  27. How was magic viewed during the 1500s and 1600s? 26 1600+

  28. What major events contributed to the Scientific Revolution? 27 1600+

  29. What were some of the principles of the Scientific Revolution? 28 1600+

  30. Who were some of the most significant scientists in the Scientific Revolution? 29 1600+

  31. What impact did the Scientific Revolution have on Europe? 30 1600+

  32. Feudalism: power was divided between lords and vassals“those who praythose who fightthose who work” 700- 1000 1

  33. The Roman Catholic Church 700- 1000 2

  34. The value of honor, personal skill in fighting, division of lands at time of death, political organization, constant warfare, importance of honor (can we mention the importance of honor again?) 700- 1000 3

  35. Constant invasions by the Vikings, Muslims and Magyars prompted a need for a quick military response 700- 1000 4

  36. He was the ruler of the Franks, and dominated Western Europe, reinvigorating religion, education and law. Crowned “Emperor of the Romans” 700- 1000 5

  37. 1. Religion is very important2. The Church is the only organization powerful and rich enough to support the cost of art and architecture – like the cathedrals 1000- 1200 6

  38. A collection of small states in Germany and Northern Italy united under a weak ruler. 1000- 1200 7

  39. Jerusalem 1000- 1200 8

  40. High disease and low birth rates give towns a negative growth rate - their population remained stable mainly from immigration.Town and city dwellers did not pay feudal dues and governed themselves. 1000- 1200 9

  41. A conflict between the Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Emperor over who could “invest” or choose bishops. 1000- 1200 10

  42. About 1350 the Black Death began to strike Europe (it lasted until about 1700). Approximately 1/3 of Europe died. 1200- 1400 11

  43. The sack of Constantinople 1200- 1400 12

  44. Courtly love encouraged the “civilization” of knights. They should become; literate, poets, people who bathe, able to play an instrument as well as carry on a conversation. 1200- 1400 13

  45. Philosopher who reconciled the doctrines of the church and world. He used logic to support religion. “Reconciling faith and reason” 1200- 1400 14

  46. 1. improvements in agriculture2. increase in size and number of towns3. increase in population4. increase in central governments5. increase in power of church6. reform of the church7. unified world view for all of Europe 1200- 1400 15

  47. The printing press 1400- 1500 16

  48. Three main events occurred. 1. Spain becomes unified2. Expulsion of Jews and Moors3. Columbus gets lost and “discovers” New World 1400- 1500 17

  49. Italy had a greater urban population, higher rates of education, higher volume of trade with Muslim lands, as well as greater access to ancient Greek and Roman texts. 1400- 1500 18

  50. Leonardo Da Vinci Michaelangelo Donatello Raphael Botticelli David Last Supper David School of Athens 1400- 1500 19 Adoration of the Magi