Dante’s Commedia is split into 3 books, each containing thirty-three…

Cantos

Four significant pilgrpicture routes linked cities in France through the favorite shrine of Christian pilgrims, the…?

Cathedral of Santiearlier de Compostela

According to the medieval Catholic teachings, what was the intermediate realm where Christmas were punimelted for repented sins that had actually not been expiated before their deaths?

Purgatory

In the commedia, who guided Dante with hell?

Virgil

Many gothic churches were dedicated to..?

the Virgin Mary

Saint Francis differed from the monastics that predelivered him bereason he…?

Rejected a cloistered life

The interdict and also excommunication were methods by which…?

The church preserved its authority

The most crucial of the seven sacraments and central routine of the Mass is…?

The Eucharist

The popular medieval drama "Everyman" is an instance of a…?

Morality play

The sacraments through which medieval Christians hoped to obtain the grace of God..

Were codified by a very early 13th century church council

The university of Bologna, one of the first medieval universities, was dedicated mainly to the examine of….?

Law

The works of which timeless thinker had actually the greatest affect on the climb of medieval scholasticism?

Aristotle

What is a FALSE statement about medieval towns?

By 12th century, the majority of Europeans resided in communities.

What are true statements around medieval towns?

Some communities frew into self-governing city-claims, the rise of communities corresponded with and also contributed to the rise of fhe middle course, medieval towns commonly arisen out of marketplaces

What was NOT a characteristic of Dante’s commedia?

Latin prose

Characteristics of Dante’s Commedia?

Numerology, historic numbers, allegory




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