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Test Bank For History Of Western Society Concise Edition 12th Edition By McKay

  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1319073581
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1319073589
  • Author : by McKay



Test Bank For History Of Western Society Concise Edition 12th Edition By McKay

1. The period of climate change in Europe between 1300 and 1450 is known as the
A) Great Schism.
B) “little ice age.”
C) Black Death.
D) Great Flood.

2. What battle provided the English and King Edward III a tremendous victory over mounted French knights in 1346?
A) Orléans
B) Normandy
C) Avignon
D) Crécy

3. What English weapon provided an advantage against the mounted French knights in the battles of Poitiers and Agincourt?
A) Battle axe
B) Longbow
C) Sword
D) Crossbow

4. How were the consequences of the “little ice age” experienced in Europe?
A) Economic disruptions in one region had serious implications for its trading partners in other, distant regions.
B) Economic disruptions were responded to effectively by drawing on a broad pool of potential resources.
C) Economic disruptions were experienced severely in specific regions but sufficiently isolated to inhibit a general economic downturn.
D) Economic disruptions were not severely felt, for economic risk had been widely diversified.

5. How did minority groups suffer during the subsistence crises of the fourteenth century?
A) Jews and lepers were accused of poisoning wells to kill Christians, and as a result, many were killed, beaten, or heavily fined.
B) Muslims and Jews were denied rations for city storage supplies, resulting in widespread death from starvation among these populations.
C) Muslims and Jews would only receive grain supplies if they gave over their children to be raised as Christians.
D) Lepers and gypsies were considered unworthy of sharing in limited food supplies, and so were slaughtered.


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