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DIRECTIONS: Matching Match each item with the correct statement below.
________ 1. infectious disease
A. Romulus Augustulus
________ 2. regular church members
B. scriptorium
________ 3. a type of trial
C. laity
________ 4. capital of the Eastern Roman Empire
D. missi dominici
________ 5. harassing to cause suffering
E. patriarch
________ 6. writing room
F. Constantinople
________ 7. deposed emperor of the Western Roman Empire
G. pope
________ 8. head of the Eastern Orthodox Church
H. persecution
________ 9. messengers of the lord king
I. ordeal
_______ 10. successor to Peter
J. plague
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DIRECTIONS: Multiple Choice Indicate the answer choice that best completes the statement or answers
the question.
_______ 11. How did monks and nuns help to spread Christianity throughout Europe?
A. by preserving the works of ancient authors
B. by living communally and keeping to a strict schedule of prayer
C. through missionary activities
D. through prayer and manual labor
_______ 12. What did Charlemagne do that merged Roman, Christian, and German elements in his kingdom?
A. He was born a German, converted to Christianity, and learned Latin.
B. As a German king, he modeled his government on the Romans and made Christianity the official
religion of the empire.
C. He had the Christian Bible and the works of classical Latin authors translated into German.
D. He, a German king, was crowned emperor of the Romans by the pope.
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_______ 13. How far had Christianity spread one hundred years after the death of Jesus?
A. Christian churches had been established in most of the major cities of the eastern part of the
Roman Empire, mainly attracting members from the Jewish and Greek-speaking populations.
B. Christianity was the official religion of the Roman Empire.
C. Christianity had very few followers and was not known outside of Judaea.
D. Although Christians faced persecution, the Christian community was well established in Rome
and had developed a structure based on the leadership of special clergy called bishops.
_______ 14. Which one of the following statements most accurately reflects the situation in the western half of
the Roman Empire in the mid-fifth century?
A. Although it had suffered some invasions by outside forces, it was still relatively intact because of
a strong military.
B. After a series of invasions by Visigoths and Vandals, it was becoming a collection of smaller
Germanic kingdoms.
C. It was led by a powerful emperor, Romulus Augustulus.
D. It was controlled by the Senate, which was made up of powerful landowners.
_______ 15. What was the basis for imperial law in the Eastern Roman Empire?
A. Roman law, as codified by Justinian
B. Germanic law, as codified by Charlemagne
D. Catholic law, as codified by Gregory the Great
_______ 16. Which emperor made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire?
A. Diocletian
B. Constantine
C. Nero
D. Theodosius the Great
_______ 17. Which of the following statements best describes how Clovis laid the groundwork for the
Carolingian Empire?
A. He formed an alliance with the Roman Catholic Church.
B. He was a great patron of the arts.
C. He established the Frankish kingdom and converted to Christianity.
D. He divided his kingdom between his three sons.
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C. Islamic law, as codified by the Seljuk Turks
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_______ 18. How did Gregory the Great strengthen the papacy?
A. He took control of Rome and surrounding territories, which gave the papacy a source of political
power.
B. He established a rule for monasticism that provided a model for monks and nuns throughout
Europe.
C. As chief apostle, he received the keys to the kingdom of heaven from Jesus.
D. He built an army to defend the Roman Catholic Church from non-Christian forces.
_______ 19. Which of the following may have contributed to the decline and fall of the Roman Empire?
A. too much emphasis on agriculture and the arts
B. lack of a strong authoritarian government
C. population decline due to plague and lack of a workable political system
D. a weak military
_______ 20. What issues did the Byzantine Empire face in the eleventh century?
A. plague and invasions by Ostrogoths and Visigoths
B. schism with the Roman Catholic Church in the west and the advance of the Seljuk Turks
C. schism with Islam and a declining silk industry
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D. plague and riots following chariot races
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DIRECTIONS: Essay Answer the following questions on a separate piece of paper.
21. Describe the organization and leadership of the Christian Church that emerged in the fourth century.
22. Explain the policies of Diocletian and Constantine. How were their policies alike? How were they different?
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23. Using the map and information in the chapter, describe Justinian’s accomplishments.