HIEU 201 Test 6

Liberty HIEU 201 Test 6 Answers

  1. True or False: According to your textbook, the ‘Babylonian Captivity’ refers to a period of time when all the popes were in France.
  2. The fundamental cause of the Hundred Year’s War was
  3. True or False: According to the medieval view of the universe inherited from Aristotle and Ptolemy, there were three heavenly spheres with the lowest sphere being where God transmitted motion to planetary spheres.
  4. According to the textbook, the core of the medieval Christian worldview was that
  5. In the Late Middle Ages, church scholars such as Scotus and Ockham began to claim that
  6. True or False: According to your textbook, Thomas Aquinas believed that in the relationship between faith and reason, faith must give way to reason, if there is a question between the two.
  7. The establishment of medieval universities involved
  8. True or False: According to the medieval worldview, God was the “first mover” who created the universe and set it in motion, but who no longer intervened in history.
  9. All of the following occurred in the High Middle Ages EXCEPT that
  10. True or False: According to your textbook, Thomas Aquinas believed that truth was of two kinds, that which can be demonstrated by reason, and that which reason cannot prove either true or false.
  11. Scholastic philosophy was a product of
  12. Wycliffe and Hus both
  13. True or False: According to your textbook, the expanding economy and prosperity of the High Middle Ages continued uninterrupted until the outbreak of the Black Death.
  14. True or False: According to your textbook, it is believed that the Black Death started in the Middle East and was spread by returning Crusaders.
  15. True or False: According to your textbook, the revival of Roman law influenced the development of law codes in parts of France and Germany as well as the codification of church (canon) law.
  16. True or False: According to your textbook, the Great Schism refers to political and religious struggles between the pope and King John of England.
  17. According to the textbook, medieval technological advances stemmed in part from
  18. The medieval worldview held that all things in the universe were connected to God in an unbroken chain and that
  19. True or False: According to your textbook, the Gothic style is considered to express the medieval vision better than the Romanesque because the Gothic style is vertical and thus symbolized hierarchical order.
  20. According to medieval Christian theology,
  21. True or False: According to the lecture presentation, “Late Middle Ages,” while the French victory resulted in a weaker monarchy, their opponents formed a stronger monarchy after the war.
  22. According to the lecture presentation, “Late Middle Ages,” the Hundred Years’ War was a conflict between which two groups?
  23. According to the lecture presentation, “High Middle Ages,” the two earliest examples of the university were at
  24. According to the lecture presentation, “High Middle Ages,” the most significant development in the area of learning in the High Middle Ages was
  25. According to the lecture presentation, “High Middle Ages,” the most notable literary development of the High Middle Ages was the
  26. According to the article, “The Fall of Constantinople,” which of the following WAS a result of the Muslim conquest of Constantinople?
  27. According to the article, “The Fall of Constantinople,” May 29, 1453 was a watershed in the history of warfare because
  28. According to the article, “The Fall of Constantinople,” how many days was Constantinople besieged before finally succumbing to attack?
  29. According to the article, “The Fall of Constantinople,” why do Greeks still consider Tuesday an unlucky day?
  30. According to the article, “The Fall of Constantinople,” where was the majority of the populace when the walls were finally breached?
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