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What time period represents the ancient times?
a) Before 500 A.D.
b) After 500 A.D.
c) From 500 A.D. to 1500 A.D.
d) After 1500 A.D.

Which time period represents the Medieval Times?
a) Before 500 A.D.
b) After 500 A.D.
c) From 500 A.D. to 1500 A.D.
d) After 1500 A.D.

Which time period represents the modern times?
a) Before 500 A.D.
b) After 500 A.D.
c) From 500 A.D. to 1500 A.D.
d) After 1500 A.D.

Who were the people from Scandinavia that attacked people all over Europe?
a) Barbarians
b) Germans
c) Romans
d) Vikings

Who is the leader of the Catholic Church?
a) Pope
b) Patriarch
c) Minister
d) Priest

What does the term excommunicate mean?
a) To be Baptised
b) To be thrown out of the Church.
c) To have to pay taxes to the Church.
d) To be allowed to change churches.

Who are the people that grant land in return for protection and taxes?
a) Lords
b) Fief
c) Serf
d) Peasants

What is a Fief?
a) A person who grants land in return for protection and taxes.
b) A person tied to the land.
c) A self sufficient farming community.
d) A piece of land

What do we call a person that is tied to the land? They are not a slave but not free either.
a) Serf
b) Lord
c) Fief
d) King

What is a manor?
a) A piece of land.
b) A person who grants land in return for protection and taxes.
c) A self sufficient farming community.
d) A person tied to the land

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