The post-classical period in Western history between the fall of the Roman Empire and the fifteenth century is referred to as the:
2. Middle Ages
4. Age of Discovery
5. Modern Era
Who were the invaders who disrupted the development of political institutions in the medieval West until the tenth century?
The system that described economic and political relations between landlords and their peasant laborers was called:
Relationships between members of the military elite based on a reciprocal exchange of land for military service and loyalty were called:
1. the guild system
What Frankish king was responsible for the conversion of his people to Christianity in order to gain a vague domination over the Franks?
2. Charles Martel
3. Louis IX
4. Pepin III
What dynasty took over the Frankish monarchy in the eighth century?
Where was the greatest concentration of urbanization in Europe after the tenth century?
1. England and Scandinavia
2. England and France
3. France and the Holy Roman Empire
4. Italy and the Low Countries
5. Spain and Poland
In the twelfth century, what Parisian scholar, the author of Yes and No, utilized logic to examine ecclesiastical doctrine?
1. Galen of Paris
2. William of Ockham
3. William of St. Thierry
4. Thomas Aquinas
5. Peter Abelard
The leading figure in the synthesis of classical rational philosophy with Christian theology was also a teacher at the University of Paris in the thirteenth century:
1. Geoffrey Chaucer
2. Peter Abelard
3. William of St.Thierry
4. Thomas Aquinas
5. William of Ockham
During the eleventh century, what new architectural style featuring pointed arches and flying buttresses became dominant in western Europe?
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