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Title: WHI Final Exam Jeopardy


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WHI Final Exam Jeopardy
Byzantine Empire
Islamic Civilization
Early Middle Ages
Late Medieval Period
Renaissance
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Final Jeopardy
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Byzantine Empire -100
  • QUESTIONto organize into a system. Often
    applies to laws
  • ANSWER codify

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Topic 1-200
  • QUESTION to ban from membership in a church and
    from taking part in its rites.
  • ANSWER Excommunicate

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Byzantine Empire -300
  • QUESTION a small, artistic image of a holy
    person, developed in the Byzantine empire and
    playing as important part in Eastern Orthodox
    churches.
  • ANSWER Icon

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Byzantine Empire -400
  • QUESTION in the Middle Ages, the head of the
    Eastern Orthodox Church. Today, the head of any
    one of the Orthodox churches (Greek, Russian,
    etc.).
  • ANSWER Patriarch

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Byzantine Empire -500
  • QUESTION the language of the people. In the
    Middle Ages, educated people spoke and wrote
    Latin, while ordinary people spoke dialects of
    English, French, etc.
  • ANSWER Vernacular

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Islamic Civilization -100
  • QUESTION a group of pack animals, such as
    camels, traveling in a long line.
  • ANSWER Caravan

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Islamic Civilization -200
  • QUESTION a holy war with the purpose of
    spreading Islam.
  • ANSWER Jihad

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Islamic Civilization -300
  • QUESTIONa small area with a source of water in
    an otherwise dry region.
  • ANSWER Oasis (plural oases)

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Islamic Civilization -400
  • QUESTIONone of the two divisions of Islam. They
    believe that the fourth caliph, Ali, should have
    been Muhammads successor. Today the majority of
    them are located in Iran.
  • ANSWER Shia

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Islamic Civilization -500
  • QUESTION one of the two divisions of Islam.
    They believe that the first three caliphs were
    rightfully chosen while Ali, the fourth, was not.
    Most Muslims today belong to this division.
  • ANSWER Sunni

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Early Middle Ages -100
  • QUESTION referring to a line of Frankish rulers
    whose most distinguished members were named
    Charles
  • ANSWER Carolingian

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Early Middle Ages -200
  • QUESTION under feudalism, an area of land
    granted to a local ruler by a monarch. In return
    for full control over that area, the local ruler
    promised to support the monarch with soldiers and
    equipment.
  • ANSWER Fief

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Early Middle Ages -300
  • QUESTIONa style of architecture influenced by
    ancient Rome. One feature of it is a broad
    rounded arch.
  • ANSWER Romanesque

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Early Middle Ages -400
  • QUESTIONunder feudalism, a peasant farmer under
    the control of a local ruler.
  • ANSWER Serf

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Early Middle Ages -500
  • QUESTION under feudalism, a local ruler who
    swore allegiance to the monarch in return for
    full control over the local land and people.
  • ANSWER Vassal

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Late Medieval Period -100
  • QUESTION the southeastern peninsula of Europe.
    Today it includes the countries of Yugoslavia,
    Bosnia and Croatia, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria,
    and part of Turkey
  • ANSWER Balkans

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Late Medieval Period -200
  • QUESTION Great Charter (in the Latin
    language). A document that nobles forced King
    John of England to sign in A.D. 1215. It granted
    them rights while limiting the kings power.
  • ANSWER Magna Carta

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Late Medieval Period -300
  • originally a meeting of local representatives
    summoned by the English monarch to serve as
    advisers. Today, a house or house of lawmakers,
    elected or chosen in some other way, who hold the
    supreme legislative power in certain countries.
  • ANSWER Parliament

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Late Medieval Period -400
  • QUESTION a state ruled by a prince. Russian and
    Germany are nations that were once groups of
    these.
  • ANSWER Principality

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Late Medieval Period -500
  • QUESTION the Spanish reconquering of their
    country from occupation as part of the Muslim
    empire.
  • ANSWER Reconquista

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Renaissance -100
  • QUESTION a wealthy or influential supporter of
    the arts or of individual artists.
  • ANSWER Patron

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Renaissance -200
  • QUESTION technique used in drawing and painting
    to make the pictures appear three-dimensional.
  • ANSWER Perspective

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Renaissance -300
  • QUESTION a period of rebirth in Europe, from
    about 1350 to 1550, in which there was an upsurge
    of creativity in the arts and sciences.
  • ANSWER Renaissance

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Renaissance -400
  • QUESTION a poem of 14 lines with various rhyme
    patterns. It originated in Italy and flourished
    during the Renaissance, when it spread to most of
    Europe. It is still in use today.
  • ANSWER Sonnet

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Renaissance -500
  • QUESTION charging interest on loans.
  • ANSWER Usury

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FINAL JEOPARDY
  • QUESTION the warrior class in medieval Japan.
  • ANSWER Samurai

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