The Late Middle Ages:
The English Peasants' Revolt of 1381 differed from other revolts in that it:
A. was a response to increasing economic expectations.
B. was brutally crushed by the nobles.
C. succeeded in getting the government to agree to the peasants' demands.
D. won long-term results for the peasants.
The leaders of the English Peasants' Revolt in 1381 included:
A. John Bull.
B. Jean Froissart.
C. Wat Tyler and John Ball.
D. Etienne Marcel.
The followers of the English theologian John Wyclif were called:
Which of the following did
participate int he Hundred Years' War?
A. King Edward III of England.
B. Joan of Arc.
C. the Dauphin Charles of France.
D. King Philip the Fair of France.
The principal cause of the Hundred Years' War was:
A. disputes regarding the duchy of Gascony.
B. Edward III's claim to the French throne.
C. disputes over control of the Flemish wool trade.
D. disputes about religion and the Babylonian Captivity.
The progress of the Hundred Years' War was characterized by:
A. early French successes.
B. a steady return to feudal-style armies.
C. English use of peasant soldiers and the longbow.
D. the English political subjugation of most of France.
Joan of Arc:
A. helped defeat the English at the Battle of Agincourt.
B. liberated Orleans and the Loire Valley from English control.
C. saw her task accomplished when Henry V was crowned king of France in 1429.
D. confessed to the Inquisition's charges of hersy before being burned at the stake.
The most important consequence of the Hundred Years' War for England was the:
A. drastic decline of the wool industry.
B. Peasants' Revolt.
C. emergence of Parliament as an important part of the government.
D. destruction of the English feudal system.
Pope Boniface VIII:
A. reasserted papal supremacy with great success.
B. announced his claims to temporal authority in the bull Unam Sanctam.
C. came into conflict with Edward II of England over the primary issue of taxing the clergy.
D. died in 1305 after his captivity at the hands of agents of Philip IV of France.
During the Babylonian Captivity the popes lived in: