What do you know about Europe in the middle ages? Do you think you can pass this quiz? Throughout the history of Europe, the middle ages persisted from the 5th to the 15th century. It commenced with the collapse of the Western Roman Empire and merged into the renaissance and discovery age. If you desire to know more about Europe in the middle ages, this is the quiz for you.
All of the above
At his lord's manor
At another lord's castle
At home with his parents
To take care of horses
Courtly manners (basic rules)
To use a battering ram
To shoot a rifle
To serve a knight
To play chess well
To behave chivalrously
To fight in battle
The squire's future chosen lady
A member of the clergy
The knight's lord
They used a variety of written languages.
They lived in small, closely knit communities.
They had a strong tradition of songs and legends.
Each tribe's chief had a group of warriors loyal only to him.
His feudal lord.
His heavenly Lord.
The end of the Carolingian rule in Europe.
The formation of the region of Normandy.
The formation of the Holy Roman Empire.
The division of Charlemagne's empire into three parts.
That the vassal would build a city on the lord's lands.
That the lord would defend the vassal in battle.
That the lord would grant the vassal land in exchange for military service.
That the vassal would build a monastery in exchange for food.
It would deprive the king of his own personal salvation.
It gave other rulers permission to war against the offending king.
It decreed that the king must give up his kingdom and leave Europe forever.
It cost the king the loyalty of his subjects, who feared for their own souls.
Take care of weapons
Take care of horses
Germanic tribes burned Latin and Greek manuscripts.
The power of the Church declined with the loss of Latin and Greek.
It mirrored the continued breakup of the Roman Empire.
All of the above are true.
A set of mutual social obligations and the teachings of the Church.
Loyalty to country and belief in God
Pride in their Roman heritage and a thriving economic system
The code of chivalry, the laws of Rome, and the teachings of the Church
The constant, brutal fighting among nobles
Romantic tendencies among the nobles
Bloody joustings and tournaments
The queen's management of the king's knights
Feudalism was a social order, and the manor system was the economic arrangement that supported it.
Feudalism applied only to lords, while the manor system involved serfs.
The laws of feudalism were set by the king, and the laws of the manor were set by the Church.
Feudalism involved only war, while the manor system involved farming.
They gained power by ruling when their husbands went on Crusade.
Their roles remained limited to the home and convent.
They gained power by running their own convents.
Their status improved because the Church held them in high esteem.
A lord's estate (house)
A right to use land
A customary way of doing things
An obligation to provide protection
Brutality to the weak.
Disloyalty to a feudal lord.
Dunking a basketball
Lawful or legal actions.
Taxes or penalty payments.
Biblical scholars or Church officials.
People who are not members of the clergy.
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