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Medieval England. tradeindustrythe Crusadesmanorialism Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Who wrote Brut and what is the poem about? Venerable Bede wrote about how a mighty warrior, Brut, changed history by founding a new country, Britain.Layamon wrote about Britain's history, tracing it back to Troy and a hero, Brut, who supposedly founded England.Geoffrey wrote about a famous soldier named Brut, whose ancestry links back to the Trojan War, and how he established England. Question #13MultipleChoice Score: What was not a major influence upon the Middle Ages? feudalismcomitatusNorman Invasionclasses Question #14TrueFalse Score: A scop is a warrior. TrueFalse Question #15TrueFalse Score: Alliteration is a repetition of initial sounds in two or more words. TrueFalse Question #16MultipleChoice Score: Who wrote the History of the Kings of Britain? the author is unknownLayamonVenerable BedeGeoffrey Question #17MultipleChoice Score: From what language do most of our pronouns come? FrenchLatinAnglo-SaxonItalianall of the above
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Most English pronouns come from: Anglo-Saxon.
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The name Chaucer came from the word chaussier, which means: shoemaker.
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