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    Answer Key Question 1 (Worth 5 points) (01.03 HC)Use the excerpt from the Chronicle of St. Denis to answer the following question: Chronicle of St. Denis The Muslims planned to go to Tours to destroy the Church of St. Martin, the city, and the whole country. Then came against them the glorious Prince Charles, at the head of his whole force. He drew up his host, and he fought as fiercely as the hungry wolf falls upon the stag. By the grace of Our Lord, he wrought a great slaughter upon the enemies of Christian faith, so that—as history bears witness—he slew in that battle 300,000 men, likewise their king by name Abderrahman. Then was he [Charles] first called "Martel," for as a hammer of iron, of steel, and of every other metal, even so he dashed: and smote in the battle all his enemies. And what was the greatest marvel of all, he only lost in that battle 1500 men. The tents and harness [of the enemy] were taken; and whatever else they possessed became a prey to him and his followers. Eudes, Duke of Aquitaine, being now reconciled with Prince Charles Martel, later slew as many of the Saracens as he could find who had escaped from the battle. Public Domain What does this excerpt reveal about the way Europeans understood the victory of Charles Martel in France? The Europeans understood that this victory only guaranteed a short reprieve from the aggressive attacks by the Moors. The Europeans understood that this victory would require another Crusade to make the success permanent. The Europeans understood that this victory was a Christian victory against the Muslim invaders. The Europeans understood that this victory demonstrated that the Duke of Aquitaine was a Christian. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 2 (Worth 5 points) (03.01 MC)Use the map to answer the following question: Map image of Western Africa showing the Songhai Empire shaded. The empire straddles the northern most part of the Niger and its source. The shaded area extends from central Sahara in the east approximately two and a half inches to the Atlantic Ocean in the west. One inch equals approximately 800 miles. © 2012 FLVS Based on this map, approximately how far did the Songhai Empire stretch westward into the interior from the coast? 1,000 miles 2,000 miles 3,000 miles 5,000 miles Points earned on this question: 5 Question 3 (Worth 5 points) (02.01 MC)Use the graphic below to answer the following question: This is a graphic organizer showing four arrows, one behind the other. The last arrow is blank. The three preceding arrows have the following text within them, First arrow: Without the protection of the Romans, urban hubs become more vulnerable to attacks. Second arrow: People spread out, moving to the countryside and focusing on agriculture. Third arrow:The system is controlled by powerful warrior landlords, who amass small armies to protect the manor. © 2012 FLVS What is the last effect in this cause and effect chain? Nobles lose a great deal of power. Trade increases with other countries. Kings immediately become very powerful. A peasant becomes entirely dependent on the land and his lord. Points earned on this question: 0 Question 4 (Worth 5 points) (03.02 MC)How did a reliance on trade for prosperity affect the development of African kingdoms? African kingdoms were able to gain long-term wealth and stability. African kingdoms became wary of foreigners and isolationist. African kingdoms became vulnerable to foreign invasion. African kingdoms consisted of local cultures with little foreign contact Points earned on this question: 0 Question 5 (Worth 5 points) (04.05 LC)Which of the following did the mercantile system in Europe especially motivate explorers to find? Gold Crops People Adventure Points earned on this question: 5 Question 6 (Worth 5 points) (01.06 LC)Which of the following best describes Empress Theodora? A powerless figurehead Unconcerned with government An advisor of Justinian A typical Byzantine woman Points earned on this question: 5 Question 7 (Worth 5 points) (01.05 HC)Use this image of Byzantine art to answer the following question: An image of Byzantine art is shown. The image shows a cross with the Virgin Mary centered between two saints. © 2012 The Granger Collection/Image Quest 2012 What does this image suggest about the impact of the Western Roman Empire after its fall? The Christian traditions established by the Western Roman Empire continued to thrive in the East. Religious traditions influenced by the Western Roman Empire were not preserved after the empire's decline. The Christian icons that the Western Roman Empire banned were legalized after the empire's decline. The fall of the Western Roman Empire helped trade grow in the East, which introduced new religious ideas to the people. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 8 (Worth 5 points) (04.07 LC)Which of these items was exported by ancient West African Empires? Bananas Slaves Horses Corn Points earned on this question: 5 Question 9 (Worth 5 points) (03.01 MC)What factors led to the fall of the empire of Ghana? Climate change and foreign invasions Lack of weapons and livestock Lack of unity and destruction of Koumbi Saleh Destruction of Koumbi Salech and climate change Points earned on this question: 5 Question 10 (Worth 5 points) (01.05 MC)Use this diagram to answer the following question: This is a Venn diagram with two intersecting circles. The circle on the left is labeled Old Roman Empire. The circle on the right is labeled Byzantine Empire. Inside the left circle says Latin Language. Inside the right circle, it says Christianity and Greek Language. The space within the area where the two circles intersect is blank. © 2012 FLVS Which of the following would correctly go in the intersection of the two circles on the chart? Traditional Roman and Greek art forms Worship of the traditional Roman gods Unification of political and religious authority Rome as the most important cultural center Points earned on this question: 5 Question 11 (Worth 5 points) (04.06 MC)Use the image below to answer the following question: An image of several horses wandering around a grassy plain is shown. © 2012 Discovery Education How did the introduction of this animal to the Americas via the Columbian Exchange affect life in the region? The native peoples were given a new source of meat which resulted in rapid population growth. The native peoples were driven from their lands because the new animals needed grazing land. The native peoples starved because the new animals killed off sources of food. The native peoples were given greater mobility and could expand into new territories. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 12 (Worth 5 points) (04.06 LC)Who did the Spanish use for labor in their early New World settlements? Enslaved Spanish Enslaved Natives Portuguese Africans Points earned on this question: 0 Question 13 (Worth 5 points) (02.03 LC)Use the following speech excerpt to answer the question below: "On this account I, or rather the Lord, beseech you as Christ's heralds to publish this everywhere and to persuade all people of whatever rank, foot-soldiers and knights, poor and rich, to carry aid promptly to those Christians and to destroy that vile race from the lands of our friends. I say this to those who are present, it is meant also for those who are absent. Moreover, Christ commands it. All who die by the way, whether by land or by sea, or in battle against the pagans, shall have immediate remission of sins. This I grant them through the power of God with which I am invested." The words above were used to persuade Europeans to mount the Crusades. Which of the following individuals spoke these words? Abraham Constantine King Solomon Pope Urban II Points earned on this question: 5 Question 14 (Worth 5 points) (04.07 MC)Use this map to answer the following question: This is a map of Africa with the following locations marked in red: Segu Dahomey, Asante, Benin, Bornu, Darfu, Rwanda, Burundi. There are several red arrows showing the routes of slaves. These arrows point away from Africa to Arabia, Europe, and especially the Americas. © 2012 The Exploration Company How do these trade routes reflect the demand for slaves? The routes show that demand for domestic slaves in Europe was high. The routes show that most of the slaves remained in Africa. The routes show that most of the slaves were going to the colonies in the Americas. The routes show that demand for slaves by the various colonial powers was low. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 15 (Worth 5 points) (02.02 LC)Which of the following describes something monasteries and convents provided for their communities? Classes on new farming techniques Education Public land use Access to banks Points earned on this question: 5 Question 16 (Worth 5 points) (03.03 LC)Use the map below to answer the following question: This is a map of the South American continent. There are four shaded areas. The blue area covers most of the western coast. The tan area covers northern South America, the green area covers the north eastern coast, and the aqua area covers central South America. © 2012 FLVS Which colored area on the map shows the approximate range of the Incan civilization? Tan Blue Aqua Green Points earned on this question: 5 Question 17 (Worth 5 points) (03.04 MC)Use this depiction to answer the following question: This is an image of a mathematical system that uses circles and lines. © 2012 FLVS Which ancient civilization used this system to enable traders and civilians to communicate about prices at market? Olmecs Incans Aztecs Mayans Points earned on this question: 5 Question 18 (Worth 5 points) (01.05/04.03 LC)Use this painting to answer the following question: This is a painting of the Madonna and child. The Madonna is holding the child on her lap. There are several angels standing around singing. The angels as well as the Madonna and child have bright gold halos. The halo over the Madonna includes pseudo-Arabic script. Public Domain Which of the following influences stands out in this Renaissance painting by Masaccio? Roman thrones Germanic angels Byzantine golden halos Arabic language and symbols Points earned on this question: 5 Question 19 (Worth 5 points) (01.07 LC)The Ottoman Empire reached the height of its power under which leader? Justinian I Mehmet II Suleyman I Constantine I Points earned on this question: 5 Question 20 (Worth 5 points) (02.02 LC)Which of the following rulers, famous for his strong government and military, was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III? Henry III Charlemagne Clovis Otto I Points earned on this question: 5 Question 21 (Worth 5 points) (04.04 MC)How did the Counter-Reformation try to control the flow of information and ideas of the Reformation? By creating an index of banned works By banning the use of the printing press By banning the Bible to be published in Latin By arguing with the reformers in public debates Points earned on this question: 5 Question 22 (Worth 5 points) (03.02 MC)Use the map below to answer the following question: A map of the continent of Africa. Trade routes that connect the historical kingdoms of West Africa with North African, Egypt, and the Arabian Peninsula are shown. The West African kingdoms of Mali, Ghana, Songhai are highlighted. There are several trade routes shown. On the eastern coast there are a number of small ports that connect trade routes going up and down the coast. © 2012 The Exploration Company How were the cities on the southern and eastern coast, such as Mombasa, different from those in the African kingdoms? They linked Africa's goods to eastern markets of Asia. They were located on important trade routes. They had no access to natural resources. They did not have a true African culture. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 23 (Worth 5 points) (03.05 MC)Which of the following were aspects of the rule of Moctezuma I over the Aztecs? Human sacrifice and expansion of the empire Human sacrifice and conquest of the Mayans Expansion of the empire and the discovery of gold Conquest of the Mayans and the discovery of gold Points earned on this question: 5 Question 24 (Worth 5 points) (01.03 LC)Under whose leadership did people in India from different faiths live in peace? Akbar Babur Delhi Mamluk Points earned on this question: 5 Question 25 (Worth 5 points) (04.02 LC)What practice was not in place in Italy, which allowed city-states to develop there before the rest of Europe? Religion Feudalism Trade Agriculture Points earned on this question: 5 Question 26 (Worth 5 points) (01.07 HC)What was the ultimate impact of the exploits or feats of Belisarius for the Byzantine Empire? Re-institution of Rome as the empire's capital Weakening of the army from being spread out Re-conquering of the old western Roman provinces Long-term dominance of the Byzantine Empire Points earned on this question: 0 Question 27 (Worth 5 points) (04.04 LC)In the era just prior to the Reformation, which of the following is true about the Catholic Church? It had equal standing with Islam in Europe. It was the sole religious power in Europe. It had a peaceful relationship with Protestants. It was a growing influence outside of Europe. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 28 (Worth 5 points) (04.01 MC)How are modern pandemics different from the pandemics of the past? Past pandemics were more contagious and deadly. Modern pandemics can spread globally more rapidly. Past pandemics are no longer a threat thanks to science. Modern pandemics are easier to contain and eliminate. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 29 (Worth 5 points) (03.01 LC)Who was Sunni Ali the Great? The last ruler of Songhai A religious leader of Songhai The founder of Songhai A famous artist of Songhai Points earned on this question: 5 Question 30 (Worth 5 points) (02.07 MC)How did Japan's relations with China and Korea develop after the Mongol invasions? A wary truce developed between the three nations. War between the three nations became constant. The balance of power was shifted in Japan's favor. Japan became even more isolationist than it had been. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 31 (Worth 5 points) (03.03 HC)What does the fact that the Chavin and the Nazca both used underground aqueducts to transport water demonstrate about the relationship between these two groups. The Nazca and the Chavin both used water for certain religious rituals. The Nazca and the Chavin both adopted technology from the Maya. The technology of the Chavin likely influenced the later Nazca. The technology of the Nazca likely influenced the later Chavin. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 32 (Worth 5 points) (01.05 MC)Use this image of Mary and Jesus to answer the following question: This is a painting of Madonna and Child. The child Jesus is sitting on Mary Public Domain What objection did the iconoclasts have to a painting such as this one? The gold decoration appeals too much to greed. Mary and the baby Jesus are too dark-skinned. The image promotes worship of Mary over God. Images of religious figures are idol worship. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 33 (Worth 5 points) (04.01 MC)Use this map to answer the following question: This is a map of Europe Africa and Asia. There are a number of dates in green circles in china and Europe. These dates indicate times when the plague reached these areas. There are a number of gold lines drawn from Asia to Europe through the sea and over land. © 2012 FLVS Based on the history of the plague, what do the lines indicated in gold on the map represent? Borders Invasions Trade routes Wind currents Points earned on this question: 5 Question 34 (Worth 5 points) (01.02 LC)Which of the following is a set of basic Islamic beliefs? The Five Pillars of faith The Seven Sacraments The Twelve Disciples The Ten Verses Points earned on this question: 5 Question 35 (Worth 5 points) (02.04 LC)Which of the following words best describes how the technical quality of paintings changed as the Middle Ages progressed? Declined Improved Stagnated Fluctuated Points earned on this question: 0 Question 36 (Worth 5 points) (01.03 MC)Use the map below that shows the extent of Islamic territory under different leaders to answer the following question: This is a map focusing in on the regions of North Africa, Arabia and Persia. Different regions are numbered from I to IV. Region I covers the western side of the Arabian Peninsula only. Region II covers region one plus the entire eastern side of the Arabian Peninsula. Region III covers regions one and two, but also includes the Fertile Crescent and most of Egypt. Region IV covers the first three regions plus the North African coast to the west of Egypt and most of the Persian empire to the north and east of the Fertile Crescent. Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported Each number on the map corresponds to the territory gained under a particular Islamic leader. What does region one on the map represent? Expansion under the Prophet Mohammad Expansion during the Patriarchal Caliphate Expansion during the Umayyad Caliphate Expansion under Suleiman the Magnificent Points earned on this question: 0 Question 37 (Worth 5 points) (01.05 MC)Use this excerpt from Sozomen's Ecclesiastical History to answer the following question: The Emperor, always intent on the advancement of religion, erected splendid Christian temples to God in every place—especially in great cities such as Nicomedia in Bithynia, Antioch on the Orontes, and Byzantium. He greatly improved this latter city, and made it equal to Rome in power and influence; for when he had settled his empire as he was minded, and had freed himself from foreign foes, he resolved on founding a city which should be called by his own name, and should equal in fame even Rome.—Public Domain Who is the emperor described in this excerpt? Leo Licinius Justinian Constantine Points earned on this question: 5 Question 38 (Worth 5 points) (02.05 MC)Use this medieval map of Paris to answer the following question: This is a large sketch of a bird Public Domain What medieval European trend does this map demonstrate? Growth of urbanization Migration from urban centers Decrease in trade Scarcity of housing Points earned on this question: 5 Question 39 (Worth 5 points) (03.01 LC)Which of the following best describes the religion of the empire of Ghana? Christian Animist Islamic Monotheistic Points earned on this question: 0 Question 40 (Worth 5 points) (01.04 LC)Which of the following describes or is another name for “dhimmis” in early Muslim society? People of the Book Muslim non-Arabs Muslim Arabs Slaves Points earned on this question: 0 Question 41 (Worth 5 points) (03.01 LC)What famous ruler of Mali is known for his pilgrimage to Mecca? Mansa Musa Sundiata Keita Sakura Al-Sahili Points earned on this question: 5 Question 42 (Worth 5 points) (02.06 MC)Why did the marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella help unify Spain? They eliminated social classes in Spain. They came from humble backgrounds, so everyone could relate to them. They led the reconquest of Spain from centuries of Christian rule. They were from different geographic and cultural parts of Spain. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 43 (Worth 5 points) (04.04 LC)Jan Hus famous for criticizing the Church for which of the following? Indulgences Transubstantiation Biblical authority Purgatory Points earned on this question: 5 Question 44 (Worth 5 points) (02.02 MC)Which describes a consequence of the Viking raids into other European countries? The invaded countries built up their armed forces but could not compete with the vast number of Viking raiders. The invaded countries were united after banding together their armed forces to defeat the Vikings. The Vikings condemned the practice of Christianity and persecuted Christians in the region for several years. The Vikings helped establish the culture of the region by blending together Norse influences with Christianity and other traditions. Points earned on this question: 0 Question 45 (Worth 5 points) (03.04 LC)Which of the following groups is largely credited with recording and preserving Aztec culture after the Spanish conquest? Farmers Runners Prisoners Missionaries Points earned on this question: 5 Question 46 (Worth 5 points) (02.07 LC)Use this map to answer the following question: This is a color map of Japan. It shows all four islands of Japan and Japan What feature of Japan made it difficult to unify and govern? Many different religions Diverse and numerous immigrants Lacking communication with other nations Consisting of many islands Points earned on this question: 5 Question 47 (Worth 5 points) (04.03 LC) Use this painting to answer the following question: This painting shows a winter scene. The scene shows a frozen lake with several people working to haul materials over the lake. Public Domain Which of the following characteristics of Renaissance humanism is apparent in this painting? Portrayal of everyday human life Respect for science and learning Glorification of Religious leaders Christian symbols and events Points earned on this question: 5

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    how do you know what the answer is?

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    Are you kidding me? I thought this was a huge help & now it doesn't even matter cause you can't tell what the answers are. Can you post them? @savannahh108

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    what are the answers???

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