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Liberty HIEU 201 Lecture quiz 6 - According to High Middle Ages

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HIEU 201 Lecture quiz 6: Liberty University

 Question 1

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According to “High Middle Ages,” the study of theology and philosophy in the university was based on three kinds of sources. Which of the following was NOT one of those sources?

·         Question 2

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According to the broad definition of crusade given in “The Crusades,” which of the following best describes the most distinctive characteristic of a crusade?

·         Question 3

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According to “High Middle Ages,” the goal of scholasticism was to

·         Question 4

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According to ”Power Struggle,” which of the following best describes the result of the failure of the Islamic Empire to spread to the West?

·         Question 5

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True or False: According to “The Crusades,” there is significant support for the view that the Crusades initiated Muslim animosity toward Christians.

·         Question 6

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According to “The Crusades,” which of the following was the earliest example of crusading fervor?

·         Question 7

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According to “High Middle Ages,” the primary motivation for the development of the new style of architecture called Gothic was to

·         Question 8

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According to “High Middle Ages,” the most significant development in the area of learning in the High Middle Ages was

·         Question 9

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According to “High Middle Ages,” which of the following was NOT one of the areas of achievement covered in the lecture presentation on the High Middle Ages?

·         Question 10

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According to ”Power Struggle,” which of the following countries remained largely disunified throughout the Middle Ages?

 

 

 

 

 

1.      All of the following occurred in the High Middle Ages EXCEPT that

 

2.      According to the lecture presentation, “High Middle Ages,” the two earliest examples of the university were at

 

3.      According to “The Crusades,” which of the following is NOT a feature of a crusade from the 11th century?

 

4.      According to “Power Struggle,” which of the following was an important bulwark against the pressing tide of the Islamic Empire in the East, allowing Western Europe to stabilize:

 

5.      According to “Power Struggle,” under which pope did papal power reach its zenith?

 

6.      The Crusades were

 

7.      The Crusades can be described as all of the following except

 

8.      According to the lecture, ”Power Struggle,” the Islamic Empire

 

9.      According to “High Middle Ages,” the most notable literary development of the High Middle Ages was the

 

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