What is the rough time period for the Middle Ages?
What’s another name for the Middle Ages?
A government ruled by a king or queen is also called a:
King William I was also called:
What was the name of the document King John was forced to sign in 1215, which changed the English monarchy forever?
What purpose did medieval gargoyles serve?
Who was NOT a monarch in medieval England?
True or False: In medieval England, animals could be put on trial.
King Richard I of England was also called:
What is a codpiece?
What was the nickname for the bubonic plague that ravaged England in the 1300s?
True or False: Richard the Lionheart spent most of his rule in England.
Who was NOT a queen in medieval England?
In addition to being hair cutters, medieval barbers were also:
True or False: people in the Middle Ages didn’t bathe a lot.
What was “The Domesday Book”?
What species of animal roamed free in the medieval countryside, before becoming extinct?
True or False: The 100 Years' War lasted 100 years.
Who was Robert Bacon?
What sport did King Edward II ban in 1314?
True or False: The Medieval Ages were a time of rampant witch-hunts.
What was NOT a common medieval ordeal?
What is a “pygg jar”?
What was the name of Richard the Lionheart’s wife?
When was the Battle of Hastings?
True or False: King John I and Richard the Lionheart were brothers.
What was the name of the war between the Holy Roman Empire and the Muslims?
What Scandinavian group invaded Europe, starting in 835?
True or False: William the Conqueror was the first Norman King of England.
According to most estimates, the Black Death killed what portion of the European population?
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