His 121-Exam 3 Study Guide
History 111 Study Guide Exam 4 Pg’s 523-528, 307-324, 345-357 http://topdocumentaryfilms. com/dark-ages-the-sacking-of-rome/ Key Questions: (You should know the answers to! ) 1. What caused the fall of Rome in the West? You will need to know at least 4 reasons (From the video the Dark Ages and the powerpoint) 2. What happened in the West after Rome fell? Why was it so devastating? (From powerpoint) 3.
What caused the Roman Catholic Church in the west and the Eastern Orthodox Church to churches to split apart? 4. How are the religions of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity different? How are they similar? 5. What were the Crusades?Who were the Crusaders? Why was Jerusalem so important to Christianity, Judaism, and Islam? What happened during each of the Crusades (1st-4th)? Overall, were the Crusades successful? What were the long term effects of the Crusades (good and bad? ) Key Terms: You need to know who or what they are. If it is a person what did they do? If it is an event you need to know what happened. All of these terms are taken from the book and the powerpoints. Constantine (how and why did he convert to Christianity? ) Battle of Milvian Bridge Edict of Milan (what did this edict do? ) Fall of Rome 3rd.
Century Crisis Commodus (why was he a BAD ruler? Huns Goths Alaric I Sack of Rome Constantinople Eastern Roman Empire Justinian Theodora Plague of Justinian The Franks Clovis Merovingian Dynasty The Ordeal Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne Bloody Verdict of Verdun Viking Invasions Who were the Vikings? Where did they come from and why did they attack and where? Ivar the Boneless Bloody Eagle Alfred the Great (how did he stop the Vikings? ) Judaism Abraham Torah Moses Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Judah and Israel (map on p. 310) Dead Sea Scrolls 10 Commandments (Where did they come from? How is this a legal code? ) Yahweh (What does this term mean? ) Diaspora Lost Ten TribesWestern Wall/Wailing Wall Jerusalem (why is this an important place to all 3 religions? ) Christianity Jesus of Nazareth Messiah Pontius Pilate Crucifixion Resurrection Eucharist Islam Allah Muhammad 5 Pillars (what are they? ) Jihad Ka’aba Mecca Hijra Caliph Ali Sunni Shi’a Crusades Iconoclasm/Iconoclasts Purgatory Heresy Pope Urban II Jerusalem Alexio I Siege of Jerusalem 1099 Massacre of the Rhineland Jews Bernard of Clairvaux Kings Crusade – Fredrick I, Richard the Lionheart, Philip II Saladin of Egypt Pope Innocent III Sacking of Constantinople 1204 Children’s Crusade (What was the Children’s Crusade? Why is it important? )