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the committees of correspondence were the american colonies’ means for maintaining communication lines in the years before the revolutionary war. in 1764, boston formed the earliest committee of correspondence to encourage opposition to britain’s stiffening of customs enforcement and prohibition of american paper money. the following year, new york formed a similar committee to keep the other colonies notified of its actions in resisting the stamp act. in 1773, the virginia house of burgesses proposed that each colonial legislature appoint a committee for intercolonial correspondence. the exchanges that followed built solidarity during the turbulent times and bring about the formation of the first continental congress in 1774.
1.which of the following was the significance of the emergence of a vernacular language in medieval europe?
answer: it suggested a new interest in ordinary people
2.which of the following was a central idea in thomas aquinas's suma theologica?
answer: faith and reason don't contradict each other
3.which of the following did gothic architecture reflect about the late middle ages?
answer: the church had great wealth and authority
4.what examples of gothic architecture survive today?
answer: abbeys, cathedrals, universities
5.how did the byzantines most directly impact later civilizations?
answer: by preserving ancienct sources of knowledge and information
6.which of the following was the impact on europe of the disease described?
answer : 1/3 of the population of europe died, production declined, and cost of labor soared
7.which pair of answers best completes the top and middle arrows in the chart?
answer: the bubonic plague severly reduced the population of europe; higher demand for labor increased wages and prices leading to a market economy
8.which order of contacts most likely traces the spread of the bubonic plague to medieval europe?
answer: conquering mongol armies in asia, rats in chinese cities, fleas with travelers to the middle east and europe
9.if you wrote an essay about medieval europe, in a paragraph about which topic would you most likely refer to avignon?
answer: papal rivalry
10.how did the second great schism lead to the end of medieval europe?
answer: it caused people to question the authority of the church
11.which pull factors attracted european jews to eastern europe during the late middle ages?
answer: jews were attracted to eastern europe because they could practice judaism there without persecution
12. why did the speaker call moscow the "third rome"?
answer: moscow was the center of expanding political power
13.which statement best summarizes the effect of geography on eastern europe?
answer: different parts of the region were most influenced by cultures that had easiest access to them
14.how did eastern europe become home to so many ethnic groups?
answer: its geography and location facilitated migration
15.what are two factors that probably isolate russia from western europe?
answer: the cyrillic alphabet and olga's selection of the byzantine church
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