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  1. Society Romanvs.Feudal Crusades ThePlague AncientMedievalorModern 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt

  2. Clothes were made of silk. Jewelry was worn. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. Peasants

  3. Clothes were made of silk. Jewelry was worn. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. Peasants

  4. Offered protection in return for labor. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. peasants

  5. Offered protection in return for labor. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. Peasants

  6. Lived off of the land and were sometimes called serfs. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. peasants

  7. Lived off of the land and were sometimes called serfs. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. Peasants

  8. Lived in the lord’s manor. Houses were constructed of branches covered with mud and straw. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. Peasants

  9. Lived in the lord’s manor. Houses were constructed of branches covered with mud and straw. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. Peasants

  10. Lived in the city and performed jobs that required certain skills. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. Peasants

  11. Lived in the city and performed jobs that required certain skills. • a. Noblesb. Tradesmenc. Peasants

  12. Had a representative government. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  13. Had a representative government. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  14. Characterized as a time of ignorance and superstitution. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  15. Characterized as a time of ignorance and superstitution. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  16. There was a king and nobles who offered protection to the peasants. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  17. There was a king and nobles who offered protection to the peasants. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  18. Era ended about 476 AD. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  19. Era ended about 476 AD. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  20. Modeled much of what was done after the Greek tradition. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  21. Modeled much of what was done after the Greek tradition. • a. Romanb. Feudal

  22. The Crusades lasted about ____________ years. • 100 • 200 • 300

  23. The Crusades lasted about ____________ years. • 100 • 200 • 300

  24. The Crusades was basically a conflict between ____________ and • _____________.

  25. The Crusades was basically a conflict between __Christians__ and • ___Muslims____.

  26. The Crusaders tried to get control of what city?

  27. The Crusaders tried to get control of what city? • Jerusalem

  28. What was the characteristic dress of knights who were in the Crusades?

  29. What was the characteristic dress of knights who were in the Crusades? • White shield with a red cross

  30. Put in order: The Bubonic Plague Crusades Christopher Columbus sailing to America

  31. Put in order: 1. Crusades 2. Bubonic Plague 3. Christopher Columbus sailing to America

  32. The Bubonic Plague actually began in____________

  33. The Bubonic Plague actually began inChina.

  34. How was the Bubonic Plague spread?

  35. How was the Bubonic Plague spread? Spread through fleas who came off of rats.

  36. About what percent of the people died from the plague?

  37. About what percent of the people died from the plague? About 50%

  38. The Bubonic Plague occurred before or after Columbus sailed for America?

  39. The Bubonic Plague occurred before or after Columbus sailed for America? It occurred in the 1330’s.

  40. What’s one way the people tried to fight the plague?

  41. What’s one way the people tried to fight the plague? Fire, prayer, leeches, fleeing the city

  42. The Catholic Church was very powerful and determined much of the rule of the times. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern

  43. The Catholic Church was very powerful and determined much of the rule of the times. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern

  44. The Roman Empire spread throughout Europe. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern

  45. The Roman Empire spread throughout Europe. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern

  46. The Pyramids were built in Egypt. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern

  47. The Pyramids were built in Egypt. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern

  48. There was much religious reform and the birth of Protestantism. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern

  49. There was much religious reform and the birth of Protestantism. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern

  50. Superstition was a very strong force. • a. Ancientb. Medievalc. Modern