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Title: Chaucer and the Middle Ages test review


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Chaucer and the Middle Ages test review
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  • ____________ is the rigid social system or
    structure that governed England in the early
    medieval era.

3
  • is Epicurus very son, famous for his
    hospitality and his generosity with food

4
  • ____________ is a system of ideals and codes of
    behavior that governed knights and gentlewomen.

5
  • Has lovely table manners and wants to seem to be
    part of the upper class

6
  • carries a pillow case (and other false relics)
    said to be a piece of the Virgin Marys veil

7
  • True or false at the beginning of his tale the
    Pardoner states that money is the root of all
    evil.

8
  • _______ is an important Italian source for The
    Canterbury Tales.

9
  • This pilgrim accepts bribes instead of taking
    people to church court for their sins.

10
  • This pilgrim is very skinny, which is meant to
    show that he is tight-fisted and secretive.

11
  • follows chivalry, truth, honor, generousness,
    and courtesy and has never said a boorish
    thing in his life

12
  • True or false all of the pilgrims in The
    General Prologue are upper class.

13
  • These pilgrims dress nicely, showing their
    prosperity, and they want to climb the medieval
    social ladder.

14
  • Geoffrey Chaucer was born into a _______-class
    family.

15
  • has beautiful manners and several small dogs
    strains to counterfeit a courtly kind of grace

16
  • The ______ limited the kings power and became
    the basis for English constitutional law.

17
  • True or false Chaucer never left England.

18
  • This pilgrim has an open sore on his knee and
    makes very good blancmange

19
  • diagnoses patients using astrology loves gold

20
  • The Canterbury Tales was written in this language

21
  • True or False In the Middle Ages, people who
    lived in different parts of England often could
    not understand each others speech because of the
    different versions of Middle English they spoke.

22
  • The one hundred most commonly used words in
    Modern English come from this language

23
  • has been to Jerusalem three times is skilled in
    wandering by the way

24
  • ________ brought about the first feelings of
    national identity in England.

25
  • This pilgrim is the working-class counterpart to
    his brother, the Parson

26
  • has terrible sores on the face and loves to eat
    garlic and onions only speaks Latin when drunk

27
  • In the Middle Ages the upper class in England
    spoke

28
  • True or False All three of the rioters are dead
    at the end of The Pardoners Tale.

29
  • he rode at the very end of the group of pilgrims,
    probably so that he can keep an eye on everyone

30
  • The vernacular language in England in the Middle
    Ages was

31
  • wears a beautiful, red-and-white embroidered gown
    and gets very little sleep at night

32
  • __________ became the most popular type of
    literature in medieval England.

33
  • loves hunting has nice clothes, horses, and
    dogs was he to leave the world upon the shelf?

34
  • The entertainment value of Chaucers stories was
    called (in Middle English)

35
  • a great stout fellow with a wart on his nose
    who plays the bagpipes and cheats his customers

36
  • The lesson taught by Chaucers stories was called
    (in Middle English)

37
  • Children were afraid when he appeared, and he
    accepts bribes

38
  • Chaucer used this literary device to write the
    Canterbury Tales

39
  • sings an offertory very well

40
  • works with apothecaries to maximize profits

41
  • practices what he preaches is a good shepherd

42
  • A journey undertaken to show religious devotion
    is called _________ .

43
  • skinny loves books more than anything is very
    single-minded and serious

44
  • has married off many young women and paid them
    money to keep quiet about it

45
  • knows remedies for the pains of love is skilled
    at making cloth

46
  • These works of art, found in churches, helped
    teach Bible stories to illiterate people

47
  • can sweet talk a poor widow out of her last
    farthing, but prefers hanging out with the rich
    people

48
  • What was built between 1070-1180?

49
  • knows all the good hiding places along the coast
    of Europe steals wine

50
  • embezzles from his boss and is wealthy, though
    he does not have high social status

51
  • This person cannot read or write but has good
    business skills and manages to cheat the educated
    lawyers he works for

52
  • In medieval England the upper classs ancestors
    came from _________ .

53
  • enjoys telling dirty stories and breaking down
    doors with his head

54
  • stylishly hides his indebtedness from others by
    frequently talking about his profession in a
    seemingly-authoritative way

55
  • his tanned face and well-kept equipment indicate
    he does his job well

56
  • wants everyone to think he is very successful and
    knowledgeable.

57
  • is very interested in controlling the people
    around him, including his boss

58
  • This event occurred in October of the year 1066

59
  • This person weathers storms and ignores the
    nicer rules of conscience

60
  • keeps his equipment in very good condition he
    represents the working class, military element of
    society
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