Topic 7 Assessment

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  1. Describe Characteristics Study the feudalism graphic above and write a short description of the roles and duties of monarchs, lords, knights, and peasants. Be sure to read the description given and look at the art, use your own words when writing, and place your description in a graphic organizer.
  2. Identify Major Effects and Explain the Impact Write a paragraph explaining the effects of Rome's decline and withdrawal from Europe. Consider supporting evidence like unrest and war, trade and the reaction of people at the time, and how historians view the decline.
  3. Identify Major Causes Write a paragraph identifying how Christianity was spread throughout Europe. Include information about missionaries, diversity, and commonality.
  4. Explain Characteristics Write a paragraph comparing and contrasting Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy. Consider the following: supreme leaders, use of icons, and celebration of sacraments.
  5. Explain the Development Write a paragraph explaining how Christianity helped to unify the Byzantine empire from attacks by the Seljuk Turks. What religion were the Seljuk Turks? How did this influence actions taken by Byzantine emperor Alexius I and Pope Urban II?
  6. Describe Characteristics and Factors Write a paragraph describing the organization and factors contributing to manorialism. Consider the power of the lord, the role and the life of serfs (peasants), and how workers were provided for.
  7. Summarize Changes Write a paragraph summarizing how the Mongol invasions of Russia resulted in social and economic changes. Consider how peasants were affected and where trade routes were expanded. How did the Mongols' absolute power affect Russian interaction with Western Europe?

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Table of Contents

World History Topic 1 Origins of Civilization (Prehistory–300 B.C.) Topic 2 The Ancient Middle East and Egypt (3200 B.C.–500 B.C.) Topic 3 Ancient India and China (2600 B.C.–A.D. 550) Topic 4 The Americas (Prehistory–A.D. 1570) Topic 5 Ancient Greece (1750 B.C.–133 B.C.) Topic 6 Ancient Rome and the Origins of Christianity (509 B.C.-A.D. 476) Topic 7 Medieval Christian Europe (330–1450) Topic 8 The Muslim World and Africa (730 B.C.-A.D. 1500) Topic 9 Civilizations of Asia (500–1650) Topic 10 The Renaissance and Reformation (1300–1650) Topic 11 New Global Connections (1415–1796) Topic 12 Absolutism and Revolution Topic 13 The Industrial Revolution Topic 14 Nationalism and the Spread of Democracy (1790–1914) Topic 15 The Age of Imperialism (1800–1914) Topic 16 World War I and the Russian Revolution (1914–1924) Topic 17 The World Between the Wars (1910–1939) Topic 18 World War II (1930–1945) Topic 19 The Cold War Era (1945–1991) Topic 20 New Nations Emerge (1945–Present) Topic 21 The World Today (1980-Present) United States Constitution Primary Sources 21st Century Skills Atlas Glossary Index Acknowledgments