- 1 Which group was most responsible for the spread of the bubonic plague in Europe?
- 2 What was created as a result of the decisions of the English royal courts of justice?
- 3 What was an important consequence of the Crusades?
- 4 What is Article 61 of the Magna Carta?
- 5 What was the most important effect of the hundred Yearsí war?
- 6 What is the Black Death called today?
- 7 What were some of the most important effects of the bubonic plague in Europe quizlet?
- 8 How did the Great plague end?
- 9 What was a major goal of the Crusades?
- 10 What kind of cases are heard in High Court?
- 11 What cases are heard in the Chancery Division?
- 12 What is the holiest city in Christianity?
- 13 What best summarizes what the Pope is saying?
- 14 How did Crusades affect the political development of Europe?
Which group was most responsible for the spread of the bubonic plague in Europe?
The genoese were the most responsible for bringing the Black Death to Europe.
What was created as a result of the decisions of the English royal courts of justice?
What did the decisions of the english royal courts of justice create? How did the battle of Hastings change the course if English history? It resulted in a Norman becoming king instead of an anglo-saxon. It layed the foundation for a centralized government.
What was an important consequence of the Crusades?
an increase in the power of the royal houses of Europe. a stronger collective cultural identity in Europe. an increase in xenophobia and intolerance between Christians and Muslims, and between Christians and Jews, heretics and pagans. an increase in international trade and exchange of ideas and technology.
What is Article 61 of the Magna Carta?
Clause 61 of Magna Carta contained a commitment from John that he would “seek to obtain nothing from anyone, in our own person or through someone else, whereby any of these grants or liberties may be revoked or diminished”.
What was the most important effect of the hundred Yearsí war?
The consolidation of the French monarch’s control over all of France. A greater use of international diplomacy and specialised diplomats. A greater feeling of nationalism amongst the populations of both countries. The creation of national heroes, notably Henry V in England and Joan of Arc in France.
What is the Black Death called today?
Today, scientists understand that the Black Death, now known as the plague, is spread by a bacillus called Yersina pestis.
What were some of the most important effects of the bubonic plague in Europe quizlet?
What were some of the most important effects of the bubonic plague in Europe? Jews were blamed for bringing on the plague. All over Europe, Jews were driven from their homes and even massacred. Nobles fiercely resisted peasant demands for higher wages, causing peasant revolts in England, France, Italy, and Belgium.
How did the Great plague end?
Around September of 1666, the great outbreak ended. The Great Fire of London, which happened on 2-6 September 1666, may have helped end the outbreak by killing many of the rats and fleas who were spreading the plague.
What was a major goal of the Crusades?
The Crusades were organized by western European Christians after centuries of Muslim wars of expansion. Their primary objectives were to stop the expansion of Muslim states, to reclaim for Christianity the Holy Land in the Middle East, and to recapture territories that had formerly been Christian.
What kind of cases are heard in High Court?
The High Court deals at first instance with all high value and high importance civil law (non-criminal) cases, and also has a supervisory jurisdiction over all subordinate courts and tribunals, with a few statutory exceptions, though there are debates as to whether these exceptions are effective.
What cases are heard in the Chancery Division?
What the Chancery Division of the High Court does
- disputes relating to business, property or land.
- disputes over trusts.
- competition claims under either European or UK competition law.
- commercial disputes (domestic and international)
- intellectual property issues.
- disputes over the validity of a will (‘probate disputes’)
What is the holiest city in Christianity?
The city of Jerusalem is sacred to many religious traditions, including the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam which consider it a holy city.
What best summarizes what the Pope is saying?
The correct answer is: God will reward those who liberate Jerusalem. The Pope Urban II says that God has granted him great glory in arms.
How did Crusades affect the political development of Europe?
We find that areas with large numbers of Holy Land crusaders witnessed increased political stability and institutional development as well as greater urbanization associated with rising trade and capital accumulation, even after taking into account underlying levels of religiosity and economic development.