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Chapter 9, 10, 11 Test Review

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Typed up by Nathan Creel.

The Slavic alphabet created by Orthodox missionaries to the Slavs is called...?: Cyrillic


What was the nature of the Aztec administration of subject territories?: They wanted tribute from them


During the Post Classical Period, societies in the Americas...?: Developed separately from "Old World"


The Capital of the Byzantine Empire and its commercial center was located at...?: Constantinople


What was the Aztec view of history?: Sun Alive= good, Dead Sun=BOOM


What were the results from the Crusades?: Christians brought technology and knowledge from Muslim


Benedict of Nursia was responsible for what accomplishment in the 6th century?: A very strict set of rules for monks


The straits through which one must pass to leave the Black Sea and enter the Mediterranean are the...? Bosporus and Dardanelles


What were changes in the Papacy (pope) after AD 500?: Clovis converted to Christianity and used his Christian dominion over the Franks gave more power to the Pope.


What was the outcomes of the Western Crusade of 1204?: Constantinople (eastern orthodox) sacked by Roman Catholic Crusaders


What was the great church built in Constantinople by Justinian?: Hagia Sophia


The people who succeeded the Toltecs as the rulers of Central Mexico were?: The Aztecs


Who were the invaders who disrupted the development of political institutions in the medieval west until the 10th century?: The Vikings


What is the major theme of the Aztec religion?: Sacrifice


The emperor responsible for the initial construction of Constantinoples was?: Constantine


In 1453 the Ottoman Empire rose to power by defeating...?: The Byzantine Empire


What was scholasticism?: Movement within the Catholic Church to explain religion with intellectual terms. Started by Thomas Aquinas


Byzantine cultural life circled around the secular traditions of...?: Hellenism and Orthodox Christianity


Starting with the reign of Justinian, what was the official language of the eastern empire?: Greek


What city did the Aztecs establish ca. 1325 on a marshy island in lake Texoco? Tenochtitlan


The members of the military elite who received land in return for military service in the bands of the greater lords were called?: Vassal


Relationships between members of the military elite based on an reciprocal exchange of land for military service and loyalty were called...? Feudalism


The Byzantine Empire lasted from?: ~500-1450


The Post Classical Period between the fall of the Roman Empire and the 15th century is referred as?: The Middle Ages


Around what year did the Aztecs migrate to the central valley of Mexico?: ~1325


The system that described economic and political relations between landlords and serfs was called?: Monorealism


The image of the Inca Empire as a carefully organized systems in which every community collectively contributed to the whole and the state regulated the distribution of resources on the basis of need was called?: Incan Socialism


In Western Europe, feudalism didn't develop until?: After the increasing prosperity in W. Europe


In what year did Tenochtitlan emerge as the dominant force in the central plateau that it controlled along with Texoco and Tlacopan?: Founded in 1325, Triple Alliance In 1434


Who was Thomas Aquinas?: Invented scholasticism


By 1500, agriculture?: Was spread widely


What is feudalism?: System of military and political that tied lords together


In what year was Charlemagne able to establish a substantial, if temporary, empire in France and Germany?: AD 800


In what year did Pope Urban II call for the first crusade?: 1095 c.e


Because of its base in the universities of western Europe, the dominant medieval philosophical approach was referred to as?: Scholasticism


Pope Gregory IIV decreed the practice of investiture invalid. What was investiture?: State appointment of bishops


What group of peoples were responsible for the conquest of Kievan Russia in 1236?: Mongols


What were the primary export of the Byzantine Empire?: Silk, diamonds... iPod Shuffles.


After the 7th century, what group posed the greatest threat to the eastern frontiers of the Byzantine Empire?: Tators


What eastern emperor was responsible for the attempted restoration of a united Roman Empire after 533?: Justinian


In what year did the Ottoman Turks successfully capture Constantinople and bring the Byzantine empire to a close?: 1453


What were the major significant differences between the Andean and Mesoamerican civilizations?: Aztec= Trade


What was the extent of merchant political power in the Byzantium?: Never gained political power because of elaborate systems of government controls


Why did Vladimir I prefer Eastern Orthodoxy instead of Roman Catholic?: No papal influence


The religious controversy over the use of images in worship that broke out in the 8th century was called?: Iconoclasm


What was the impact of the improved economy after the 10th century on the social system of western Europe?: Pick up of intellectuals


How did the introduction of feudal anarchy into England compare to the political experience of France?: Franks had mercenaries so they pwned the English nights


What was the result of the conflict over the use of religious images in the Orthodox Church?: Statues not allowed


What two missionaries were responsible for the creation of a written script for Slavic language?: Cyril and Methodius


What was the extent of Western European influence in Kievan Russia?: Missionary attempts spread Christianity into Russia


What was manorialism?: Serfs were legally bond to land to work for Lords (not slaves!)


The version of Christianity that formed in the Byzantine Empire was?: Eastern Orthodoxy


The capital of the Inca empire was?: Cuzco


Aztec innovation for agriculture in lakes?: Chinampas


What is Marvin Haris' interpretation of the "Cannibal Kingdom"?: Lack of protein no animal sacrifice


What were causes of the schism in 1054?: Iconoclast, Pope was universal, Byzantine believed they were true heirs


Know the crusades from 1095-1492


What was the outcome on Justinian's wars on reconquest?: Wasted money, empire grew slightly


After Russia was invaded by the Tatars, what institutions stayed the same?: Aristocratic and religious