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Norman Conquest Of England, Later Middle Ages, English Common Law, England Conqueror

The key terms of this chapter include England conqueror, Norman Conquest, Parliament, Magna Carta, Henry II, First King, Great Schism.


Who led the Norman conquest of England?

William the Conqueror


Who was the first king to claim all of England as his personal property?

Henry II


Who was Eleanor of Aquitaine married to?

Henry II


Who forced who to sign the Magna Carta?

The Model Parliament forced Edward I to sign


How was the Great Schism finally resolved?

All three popes were forced to resign, and a new pope was elected


What were John Wycliffe’s main complaints about the church?

Church worldliness and papal authority


What was the most important effect of the Hundred Years’ War?

It caused the development of national identities in England and France


The First Crusade traveled across the territory of which Muslim people?

Seljuk Turks


What was one negative effect of the Crusades that has continued to the present?

Hostility between Muslims and Christians


In what kind of language did Dante Alighieri and Geoffrey Chaucer write?

Vernacular


What issue led to both the Magna Carta and the establishment of Parliament?

How to end taxation without representation


What did the devastation caused by the bubonic plague contribute to?

The disruption and collapse of medieval society


Which developments did the most to end the Middle Ages?

Longbow, bubonic plague, Hundred Years’ War, the Great Schism


Who led the Norman conquest of England?

William the Conqueror


Who was the first king to claim all of England as his personal property?

Henry II


Who was Eleanor of Aquitaine married to?

Henry II


Who forced who to sign the Magna Carta?

The Model Parliament forced Edward I to sign


How was the Great Schism finally resolved?

All three popes were forced to resign, and a new pope was elected


What were John Wycliffe’s main complaints about the church?

Church worldliness and papal authority


What was the most important effect of the Hundred Years’ War?

It caused the development of national identities in England and France


The First Crusade traveled across the territory of which Muslim people?

Seljuk Turks


What was one negative effect of the Crusades that has continued to the present?

Hostility between Muslims and Christians


In what kind of language did Dante Alighieri and Geoffrey Chaucer write?

Vernacular


What issue led to both the Magna Carta and the establishment of Parliament?

How to end taxation without representation


What did the devastation caused by the bubonic plague contribute to?

The disruption and collapse of medieval society


Which developments did the most to end the Middle Ages?

Longbow, bubonic plague, Hundred Years’ War, the Great Schism


Who led the Norman conquest of England?

William the Conqueror


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