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All of the above

2.) What was the main food that the nobility ate?




  1. Bread

  2. Meat

  3. Fruit

  4. Water

  5. Dessert

3.) How was prostitution portrayed in the later years?




  1. Used a lot

  2. Didn’t exist

  3. It’s a sin

  4. Accepted but not ever used

  5. Not acceptable at all

4.) What was the main source for middle class families?




  1. Food

  2. Goods

  3. Land

  4. Homemade items

  5. Begging

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9.) Who was the most influential feminist,

that campaigned for equal rights and she also wrote in a book that, “taught from their infancy that beauty is woman’s sceptre, the mind shapes itself to the body, and, roaming round its gilt cage, only seeks to adorn its prison.”




  1. Emma Goldman

  2. Charlotte Smith

  3. Mary Hays

  4. Jane West

  5. Mary Wollstonecraft

10.) What did husbands use their “allowance” to buy?




  1. Clothes and shoes

  2. Drugs

  3. Tobacco and beer

  4. Food for the family

  5. Necessities




Chapter nine: European History



Social History 1500-2000

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CHAPTER NINE ESSAY QUESTIONS
1.) Below is a picture of prospering women in the 21st century. Compare and analyze the roles of women though out history. How have they changed from the 16th century to the 21st? What European events could have changed the way women were treated?

2.) Explain and analyze the change in marriages starting in the 1500’s until the 21st century.


3.) Analyze the social changes that have happened dating back to the 16th century until present day.
4.) What specific events have brought have brought about dramatic change in the last 400 years
5.) How have educational and medical advances changed from the 1500’s until present day?

Chapter nine: European History




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