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In Europe, the Crusades resulted in
a) a greater isolation of the region from the world.
b) an increased demand for goods from the Middle East and Asia.
c) the adoption of Islam as the official religion of many European nations.
d) the strengthening of the feudal system. Score My Test

In Western Europe, which development caused the other three?
a) decline of trade
b) fall of Roman empire
c) breakdown of central government
d) rise in the power of the Roman Catholic Church

An immediate result of the fall of the Roman empire was
a) religious revival.
b) a period of disorder and weak central government.
c) an increase in trade and manufacturing.
d) the growth of cities and dominance by the middle class.

A study of the Byzantine civilization would show that this civilization
a) collapsed as a result of Germanic invasions of the early Middle Ages.
b) preserved Greek and Roman learning and passed it on to western and eastern Europe.
c) based its economy on subsistence farming and slash-and-burn agriculture.
d) reduced the influence of the Eastern Orthodox Church.

Which group had the greatest influence on early Russian culture?
a) Franks
b) Ottomans Turks
c) Byzantine empire
d) Roman Catholic Church

One major result of the Crusades was
a) permanent occupation of the Holy Land by the Europeans.
b) long-term decrease in European trade
c) conversion of most Muslims to Christianity.
d) spread of Middle Eastern culture and technology to Europe.

The Middle Ages in Western Europe was characterized by
a) the manor system and the importance of land ownership.
b) absolute monarchies and strong central governments.
c) decreased emphasis on religion in daily life.
d) extensive trade with Asia and the Middle East.

Buildings such as Gothic cathedrals in Western Europe and the Parthenon in ancient Greece reflect each society's
a) imperialist values.
b) cultural values.
c) belief in democracy.
d) rigid social structure.

Which statement best describes the role of the Roman Catholic Church in Europe during the Middle Ages?
a) The Church encouraged individuals to question authority.
b) Church leaders were involved solely in spiritual activities.
c) The Church gained influence as the world became more secular.
d) The Church provided a sense of stability, unity, and order.

The art, music, and philosophy of the medieval period in Europe generally dealt with
a) human scientific achievements.
b) religious themes.
c) materialism.
d) classical Greek and Roman subjects.

The Middle East has been a crossroads for trade from Asia, Africa, and Europe. Which is a major result of this fact?
a) Most of the Middle East's natural resources have been exhausted.
b) The Middle East has become a wealthy area with a high standard of living.
c) Many different cultures can be found in the Middle East.
d) The Middle East has experienced a strong sense of national unity.

The growth of feudalism in Europe during the Middle Ages was primarily caused by the
a) rivalry between colonial empires.
b) suppression of internationalism.
c) decline of the Roman Catholic Church.
d) collapse of a strong central government.

The golden ages of the Tang Dynasty in China, the Gupta Empire in India, and the city-state of Athens in Greece were known as eras of
a) major industrial development.
b) intense nationalism.
c) economic poverty and intellectual upheaval.
d) artistic and intellectual achievement.

The increase of commerce and trade during the Middle Ages resulted in
a) lower living standards for workers.
b) increased growth of towns and cities.
c) increased power for feudal lords and the clergy.
d) less rivalry among European nations.

After the fall of Rome, the eastern portion of the Roman empire became known as the
a) Persian empire.
b) Byzantine empire.
c) Mongol empire.
d) Gupta empire.

Hammurabi's Code, the Twelve Tables, and the Justinian Code are examples of early developments in the area of
a) literature.
b) law.
c) emgineering.
d) medicine.

Which statement best describes society under the influence of medieval Christianity and traditional Islam?
a) Religion was a way of life that governed people from birth to death
b) Religion permitted freedom to choose how people would worship.
c) Religion played a major role only in the lives of the clergy.
d) Both religions influenced society by stressing the equality of all religions.

Which economic system existed in Europe during the early Middle Ages?
a) free market
b) socialism
c) manorialism
d) command

Which was a characteristic of feudalism?
a) Land was exchanged for military service and obligations.
b) Government was provided by a bureaucracy of civil servants.
c) Power rested in the hands of a strong central government.
d) Unified national court systems were developed.

Which factor helps explain the scientific and literary achievements of the Muslims during their Golden Age?
a) expansion of transatlantic trade
b) innovations introduced by the Europeans during the Renaissance
c) cultural diversity accepted by many Islamic governments
d) legal equality of all people in the Islamic empire

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