A World Lit Only by Fire: The Medieval Mind and the Renaissance: Portrait of an Age Short Answer Test - Answer Key

William Manchester
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1. The densest of medieval periods lasted ____ years.

600.

2. Who was the first Holy Roman Emperor?

Charlemagne.

3. Which of the following was scorned during this period?

Literacy.

4. Who stated that he was "above grammar?"

Sigismund.

5. In which century did the Roman Empire perish?

5th.

6. The empire's border extended for ____ miles.

10,000.

7. In which century does Tacitus appear?

1st.

8. The empire's border rested on the Danube and the ____.

Rhine.

9. What is the more common name for the Hsiung-nu tribe?

Huns.

10. This tribe was ignorant of which vital part of survival?

Agriculture.

11. The tribe was known for its expertise in which sport?

Archery.

12. The group came from which region?

Mongolia.

13. On which date was Rome entered?

August 24.

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