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1

What did guilds and confraternities offer? [3]

Charity, good fellowship and a chance to contribute to the good of the community

2

How did the church make it easier for the social elites to maintain social control? [3]

Encouragement of obedience, good behaviour and placing stress on community values

3

What is meant by the Erastian relationship between Rome and England?

Erastian is the view that the state should have control over the church

4

What were the two provinces of the Church in England and how many diocese were there?

York and Canterbury ; 17

5

What were the seven sacraments that limited time spent in purgatory?

Baptism, Marriage, Confirmation, Anointing of the Sick, Penance (repenting sins) , Holy Orders and Eucharist (bread and wine)

6

What was the reason for donating money to the Church?

Limit time spent in purgatory

7

If you went to visit a religious shrine like the tomb of Thomas Beckett, what journey would you be going on?

Pilgrimage

8

What happened on Rogation Sunday

The whole community would beat away evil spirits from the parish.

9

What is the oldest monastic order?

St Benedicts

10

What part of society were monks drawn from?

Upper class

11

What women were sent to nunneries?

Ones deemed unsuitable for marriage

12

What two processes were Lollards critical of?

Transubstantiation and the principles of Eucharist

13

How many new grammar schools were founded between 1460 and 1509

53

14

Which two universities were head of university teaching

Oxford and Cambridge

15

What famous dramas were performed by guilds in cities such as York, Lincoln and Wakefield

Mystery plays

16

What is the most important surviving source of Tudor music

The Eton Choirbook

17

What was the most popular type of architecture under Henry VII?

Perpendicular gothic style

18

By 1509, what type of influences had reached England

Humanist