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The Formation of Western Europe (Print Quiz)

1.

The Crusades had the most favorable long-term impact on

 

(A)

the strength of the Pope

 

(B)

Christian-Muslim relations

 

(C)

trade

 

(D)

religious reformers

  

2.

Europe’s great revival between 1000 and 1300 was due in large part to

 

(A)

new and better methods of farming

 

(B)

the growth of learning

 

(C)

cathedral building

 

(D)

the expansion of cities

  

3.

Rights guaranteed by the Magna Carta include all of the following EXCEPT

 

(A)

no taxation without representation

 

(B)

equal rights for all citizens

 

(C)

a jury trial

 

(D)

the protection of law

  

4.

The bubonic plague reached Europe in

 

(A)

1215

 

(B)

1302

 

(C)

1347

 

(D)

1412

  

5.

One major effect of the Hundred Years’ War was

 

(A)

to confirm the authority of the Italian pope

 

(B)

the resurrect the Age of Faith

 

(C)

to spark civil war in France

 

(D)

the birth of English and French nationalism

  
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