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Item I, Answer the following alternatives.


1. Why during the middle Ages, Byzantium became an important city in which trade
flourished?
A. Because it was a commercial link between East and West.
B. Because he managed to subdue his neighbors, the Ottoman Turks.
C. Because he established a very efficient tax system.
D. Because he remained neutral in the face of conflicts

2. What relationship existed between the waves of invasions produced in the ninth and
tenth centuries, and the development of the feudal system?
A. The invaders established the feudal system that gave protection to the population
B. The invasions caused the migration from the countryside to the city, in search of
protection.
C. The feudal system collapsed because of the invasions, which economically affected the
lords.
D. The population sought the protection of lords in areas far from the cities.

3. Which of the following statements is correct regarding medieval European society and
the Catholic Church?
A. There was a strong criticism of the postulates of Catholicism.
B. Christianity was the unifying force of Western Europe.
C. Faith in the Catholic Church weakened after the appearance of Islam.
D. The preponderant role of the Pope was replaced by that of Muhammad.
Read the text:
"The Arabic figures or figures, with the revolutionary zero, discoveries of India, came to
simplify the complex Greco-Roman numeration system; Algebra is also Arabic, as was
alchemy, from which current chemistry starts. Hardly would have reached us the Materia
Medica or the Botany of Dioscorides, and many works of science of the ancients, without
the Arabic translations Snchez, J. (1995). The broken species. Elemental analysis of
human freedom. Oviedo: University of Oviedo (Adaptation).
4- According to the fragment, it is correct to point out that the Arabs were:
A. the best merchants of the Middle Ages.
B. Drivers of different exploration trips.
C. responsible for the spread of diseases.
D. knowledge diffusers in the West

Read the text:

"The economic activities that took place in the medieval cities led to the differentiation of a new
social group, made up of people of different degrees of wealth, among whom merchants, artisans
and bankers stood out. Jaguar be, H. (2002). Critical study of history.

Spain: Economic Culture Fund.

5- What was the determining factor for the emergence of a new social group during the middle
Ages?

A. The wealth accumulated by people.

B. The resurgence of cities.

C. The development of urban economic activities.

D. The valorization that was given to the rural world.

Read the following text and then answer the questions.

"When we think about the middle Ages, we usually think about the fall of the Roman Empire and
the victory of the barbarians [...] However, things were not really like that, since the Roman
Empire, in reality, did not fall. It was maintained during the middle Ages. Neither Europe nor
America would be as they are today if the Roman Empire had not continued to exist a thousand
years after its supposed fall.
When we say that the Roman Empire fell, what we mean is that the Germanic tribes invaded their
western provinces and destroyed their civilization. However, the eastern half of the Roman Empire
remained intact, and for centuries, it occupied the extreme southeast of Europe and the
contiguous lands in Asia. This portion of the Roman Empire continued to be rich and powerful
during the centuries when Western Europe was weakened and divided [...] The Empire, thanks to
its might, contained the increasing forces of the Eastern invaders for a thousand years; and
Western Europe, protected by this barrier of military force, could develop in peace until its culture
formed a civilization specifically its own. The Empire of the Southeast transmitted to the West
both Roman law and Greek wisdom. He bequeathed art, architecture and customs; gave the West
the notion of absolute monarchy and religion to Eastern Europe. "

Barreras, David and Durn, Cristina. (2010), Brief History of the Byzantine Empire.

Madrid: Editions Nowtilusb.

6- According to the text, what contributions did Byzantium make to the West?

7-What are the central ideas of the Barreras and Duran text?

8-What was the legacy of the Southeast Empire and that it transmitted to the West?

9-What do the authors of the text point out when they point out that "The Roman Empire fell"

10) "In this age people had a very deep faith, they respected the priests, especially the Pope
behaving as they indicated, and they were convinced that there was life after death." This phrase
refers to a characteristic of the average age corresponding to:

a) The importance of kings in monarchies

b) The great importance that God had and religion.

c) The influence of Muslims

d) The worship of Charlemagne

11) A person during the middle ages, pray five times a day, constantly read the Qur'an and is
planning a sacred trip to Mecca. What religion does this person belong to?

a) Judaism

b) slam

C) Christianity
D) Catholicism

12) Both Islam and Christianity believe in a single divinity (Allah and God respectively). With this
we can affirm that both predominant religions in the middle ages are:

a) Monotheistic

b) Polytheists

c) Atheists

d) None of the above

13) "In the Middle Ages people had a very deep faith, they respected the priests, especially the
Pope behaving as they indicated, and they were convinced that there was life after death." This
phrase refers to a characteristic of the average age corresponding to:

a) The importance of kings in monarchies

b) The great importance that God had and religion.

c) The influence of Muslims

d) The worship of Charlemagne

OA15 Describe the main cultural characteristics of the Mayan, Aztec and Inca civilizations (for
example, art, language, traditions, gender relations, time measurement systems, funerary rites
and religious beliefs), and identify those elements that persist to the present .

Objective: Recognize the characteristics of the Mayan Religion

14.- For the Mayan People how many times the world was created and destroyed

A) Once and Twice

B) Twice and Three times

C) Four times and Five times

D) Five times and Four times

15.- The Mayan gods were mostly represented by what type of animal

A) Cats

B) Toads

C) Dogs
D) Reptiles

16.- Who could reach Paradise

A) The Elders

B) Adults

C) Animals

D) Sacrificed, Killed or Killed During Childhood

17- Who or who governed the Xibal

A) Hades

B) The Shinigami

C) The Gods of Death

D) Anubis

18.- "The Mayans maintained that the gods needed food to be able to work in their favor and
among the most precious offerings were human sacrifices. These used to be blood offerings
produced by the cutting of various parts of the human body, usually of priests (The creation of the
Mayan world)

From the paragraph it can be determined that the Mayans made offerings

I. To achieve great wealth

II. Get more food

III. Buy a place in paradise

19- The books Popul Vuh and Chilam Balam, what importance did they have for the Mayan
people?

I. Comic history of the life of the Mayans

II. knowledge about their gods

III. Sacred Scripture of the Maya people

20.- The three generations of Mayan creator gods used different materials for the creation of man,
which would be these materials:

I. Chewing gum, plasticine and plastic

II. Mud, Wood and Corn

III. Ash, Iron and Carbon


21. What motivated the Aztecs to develop agricultural crops through chinampas in Tenochtitln?

A. The growing demand for food by the population.

B. The density of vegetation and the lack of nutrients in agricultural land.

C. The lack of arable land in a land with a large amount of surface water.

D. The characteristics of the relief that allowed to take advantage of the precipitations.

22. Why is it said that Americans are "sons of corn"?

A. Because corn is grown throughout the Americas.

B. Because corn represented the fertility of American women.

C. Because corn was the currency that was used in trade between indigenous cultures.

D. Because in many American cultures it has constituted one of its main agricultural resources.

23. Why were these forms of intervention carried out on the slopes of the hills?

A. To fortify cities.

B. To delimit the lands.

C. To access great heights.

D. To generate crops.

24. What element of the geographical environment allows to identify that it is an Inca settlement?

A. The dryness of the soil.

B. The coastal plains.

C. The vegetation of the plain.

D. The Andes mountain range.

25- It is said that the Mayan Religion had its basis in Naturalist aspects, that is, they believed in:

1- They believed in phenomena of Nature

2- They believed in the strength and power of animals

3- They believed in climate changes


4- All the previous ones

26- The elements that are part of the Mayan ceremonies are:

1- Sacrifices

2- Fasting

3- Dances

4- None of the above

27- They used rackets or batons and the losing team was sacrificed.

1- Game of the ball

2- Olympic game

3- Friendship games

4- Human sacrifice games