MCQ Questions for Class 11 History: Ch 6 The Three Orders

MCQ Questions for Class 11 History: Ch 6 The Three Orders

1. The first king who was declared the 'Holy Roman Emperor' was
(a) Charlemagne.
(b) Louis I.
(c) Louis II.
(d) Louis III.
► (a) Charlemagne.

2. The land granted by the lord to the knights was called:
(a) Fief
(b) Feud
(c) Seigneur
(d) Manor
► (a) Fief

3. We see the rise of absolute monarchy in Europe in the
(a) 15th & 16th centuries.
(b) 13th & 14th centuries.
(c) 12th & 13th centuries.
(d) 16th & 17th centuries.
► (a) 15th & 16th centuries.

4. There was a growing uncertainty about the value and purpose of monasticism by the
(a) thirteenth century.
(b) fourteenth century.
(c) fifteenth century.
(d) sixteenth century.
► (b) fourteenth century.

5. A guild was an association of
(a) monks.
(b) farmers.
(c) craft and industry.
(d) lords.
► (c) craft and industry.

6. The king who was declared the ‘Holy Roman Emperor’ was
(a) Charlemagne
(b) Louis I
(c) Louis II
(d) Louis III
► (a) Charlemagne

7. According to French priests the basis of classification among the three orders was
(a) education.
(b) race.
(c) wealth.
(d) nature of work.
► (d) nature of work.

8. One of the gradual changes that affected the social and economic ties between the lords and the vassals was
(a) agricultural technology.
(b) environment.
(c) land use.
(d) new towns.
► (b) environment.

9. The famous book Feudal Society, which dealt with the French society, was written by:
(a) James Cunnigham
(b) Alexander Cunnigham
(c) James Bloch
(d) Marc Bloch
► (d) Marc Bloch

10. Europe witnessed change in land use “switch from a two-field to a three-field system” during the
(a) 10th century.
(b) 11th century.
(c) 12th century.
(d) 13th century.
► (b) 11th century.

11. Fertile land was known as _____.
(a) Franks
(b) Gaul
(c) Manor
(d) Fief
► (c) Manor

12. The knight was given a piece of land by the lord. This piece of land was called _______
(a) Franks
(b) Toll
(c) Manor
(d) Fief
► (d) Fief

13. The Church was given the right to take one tenth of the total produce of the peasant over the course of a year which was called a _____.
(a) Taille
(b) Toll
(c) Tithe
(d) Franks
► (c) Tithe

14. Monks who moved from one place to another, preaching to the people and living on charity. These monks were known as ______.
(a) Manor
(b) Friars
(c) Tithe
(d) Serfs
► (b) Friars

15. Who was William I?
(a) Duke of Normandy
(b) Duke of Exeter
(c) Duke of Somerset
(d) Duke of Darlington 
► (a) Duke of Normandy

16. What were Cathedral towns?
(a) Towns developed around plains
(b) Towns developed around Churches
(c) Towns developed around industries
(d) Towns developed around Capital
► (b) Towns developed around Churches
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