HIEU 201 Test 5

Liberty HIEU 201 Test 5 Answers

  1. True or False: According to your textbook, at the Council of Clermont in 1095, Pope Urban II attempted to calm the fervor of crusading warriors and urged them to treat Muslims with Christian charity and forgiveness.
  2. The Magna Carta was forced on King John of England by the
  3. Muslim thinkers
  4. For Muslims, Muhammad is best described as
  5. In an Islamic state,
  6. Which of the following empires reached its height in the 16thcentury and threw Europeans into a panic when they conquered much of Hungary and laid seige to Vienna in the 1520s?
  7. According to the textbook, the institution of representative parliament
  8. The creation of an empire by Charlemagne
  9. Which of the following weapons helped Constantinople to repulse the Arab seige in 717?
  10. True or False: According to your textbook, increased economic activity led to advances in business techniques such as the invention of double-entry bookkeeping.
  11. True or False: According to your textbook, the eastern provinces of the Roman Empire survived because the population did not convert to Christianity. Therefore, there was no internal religious division in the East.
  12. The Crusades can be described as all of the following except
  13. True or False: According to your textbook, because Charlemagne was nearly illiterate, he promoted a policy of closing cathedral schools which accelerated the decline of education and literacy in the Middle Ages.
  14. Which of the following was NOT listed as contributing to the rift between the Eastern church and Rome, eventually leading to a split in 1054?
  15. One may correctly describe Byzantine civilization as
  16. Which of the following is NOT one of the legacies of the Byzantine civilization?
  17. In the 13th century, the Muslim world was threatened to the East by which group of invaders?
  18. True or False: According to your textbook, Italian towns acted as middlemen, facilitating trade between Europe and the eastern Mediterranean.
  19. True or False: According to your textbook, in the Byzantine civilization, the religion was Christianity, the culture was Greek, and the machinery of administration was Roman.
  20. True or False: According to the textbook, the Crusades sparked an interest in geography and travel among Europeans.
  21. According to the article, ”The Call for a Second Crusade,” Bernard of Clairvaux warns his audience to neither persecute, slaughter, or even drive out the
  22. According to the article, ”The Call for a Second Crusade,” Bernard of Clairvaux assures his audience that if they take they sign of the cross,
  23. According to the website, ”Marco Polo and the Silk Road,” which of the following most likely opened the door to Kublai’s palace for Polo?
  24. According to the website, ”Marco Polo and the Silk Road,” which of the following best describes the Chinese worldview?
  25. According to the website, ”Marco Polo and the Silk Road,” the Chinese arts flourished because
  26. True or False, According to the lecture, “Byzantine and Islamic Civilizations,” Muhammed taught that Islam was a fulfilment of Judaism and Christianity, and thus, in the early days, before the Hegira, he was generally tolerant towards Jews and Christians.
  27. According to the lecture, “Christendom,” which of the following was NOT one of the major achievements of Charlemagne?
  28. According to the lecture, ”Power Struggle,” which of the following countries remained largely disunified throughout the Middle Ages?
  29. True or False: According to the video, “The Crusades,” there is significant support for the view that the Crusades initiated Muslim animosity toward Christians.
  30. According to the lecture, “Byzantine and Islamic Civilizations,” which of the following was the major religion in the Latin West and in the Byzantine Empire?
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