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Title: World%20History%20Jeopardy%20Round%202%20Medieval%20Europe


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World History Jeopardy Round 2Medieval Europe
The Black Death
Early Middle Ages
Medieval Society
Late Middle Ages
High Middle Ages
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Final Jeopardy
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100 Question from EMA
The Middle Ages in Europe officially begin with
this event.
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100 Answer from EMA
Fall of Rome.

4
200 Question from EMA
After the fall of Rome, they set up
independent kingdoms throughout Europe.
5
200 Answer from EMA
Germanic Tribes.
6
300 Question from EMA
They invaded Spain from their base in North
Africa during The 700s.
7
300 Answer from EMA
Moors/Muslims

8
400 Question from EMA
Name the feudal social classes in
descending order.
9
400 Answer from EMA
Kings Nobles Knights Peasants Serfs

10
500 Question from EMA
The center of political, economic, and social
life during the Early Middle Ages was
11
500 Answer from EMA
The Manor.

12
100 Question from HMA
The Crusades were a military loss but an economic
gain for Europe. Explain.
13
100 Answer from EMA
Europeans lost Holy Land to Muslims, but gained
economically from revived trade.

14
200 Question from HMA

This farming method increased crop
yields dramatically during the HMA.
15
200 Answer from HMA
The Three-Field System

16
300 Question from HMA

This region of Europe benefited most from revived
trade following the Crusades. In part because
of this, it became the cradle of the Renaissance.
17
300 Answer from HMA
Northern Italy.
18
400 Question from HMA

During the HMA, land ownership became less
important as an indicator of social class because
of the rising importance of ______
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400 Answer from HMA


20
500 Question from HMA

During the HMA, kings began to gain power at the
expense of the __________ and the __________
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500 Answer from EMA
Nobility and Church

22
100 Question from LMA
How did the Black Death impact the European
feudal system?
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100 Answer from LMA
Value of labor increased.


24
200 Question from LMA

It caused many Europeans to lose faith in the
Church. It resulted from the election of two
competing popes, neither of whom would step down.
25
200 Answer from LMA
The Great Western Schism

26
300 Question from LMA
It began with a dispute over who had the right to
rule France.
27
300 Answer from LMA
The Hundred Years War

28
400 Question from LMA

English victories against great odds in early
battles of the Hundred Years War resulted in
part from these two new technologies deployed by
the English.
29
400 Answer from LMA
Longbows, cannons
30
500 Question from LMA
Name 2 important impacts of the Hundred Years
War
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500 Answer from LMA
1) Nobility killed off 2) Growth
of nationalism 3) Power of kings grew

32
100 Question from HMA
Interest in learning and education revived
during the HMA. Evidence would be the
founding of these two universities in England.
33
100 Answer from HMA

Oxford and Cambridge
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200 Question from HMA
With the revival of trade in Europe, the
____________, the center of medieval life in
the Early Middle Ages declined in importance
as ____________ grew in importance as commercial
centers.
35
200 Answer from HMA
Manor / Towns or cities
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300 Question from HMA

Despite the revival in learning during the HMA,
access to knowledge was difficult and expensive
due to the scarcity of _________.
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300 Answer from HMA

Books
38
400 Question from HMA

High medieval classics like Dantes Inferno were
written in the ____________, or the language of
the common people, unlike earlier medieval works
written mostly in Latin.
39
400 Answer from HMA

The vernacular
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500 Question from HMA
Medieval scholars like Thomas Aquinas tried to
reconcile Christian belief with the principles
of logic and reason. This effort came to be
known as _____________.

41
500 Answer from HMA

Scholasticism
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100 Question from Black Death
The fact that the Black Death was able to so
quickly spread throughout Europe is testament to
the revival of ________ in Europe during the
Late Middle Ages.
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100 Answer from Black Death

trade
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200 Question from Black Death
The Black Death is estimated to have killed ____
(fraction) to ____ (fraction) of Europes total
population

45
200 Answer from Black Death

1/3 to 1/2
46
300 Question from Black Death
The bubonic plague gets its name from
swellings on the neck called _________, an early
symptom of the plague.

47
300 Answer from Black Death
Buboes

48
400 Question from Black Death
People who marched through cities
whipping themselves on the back in the hopes of
punishing themselves and thereby escaping Gods
wrath were called _____________..
49
400 Answer from Black Death
Flagellants

50
500 Question from Black Death
People who scapegoated the Jewish population for
the plague in Europe falsely blamed Jews for
intentionally poisoning these.
51
500 Answer from Black Death
Wells


52
Final Jeopardy

Name one treatment for the Plague
53
Final Jeopardy Answer
Dried human excrement, etc.
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