Name ______________________________ Period _____ Feudalism (GR Ch. 9-2) Directions: As you are reading the section, decide if a statement is true or false. Write T if the statement is true or F is the statement is false. For all false statements, correct it to make it true. Each question is worth 2 points each. _______ 1. In the ninth and tenth centuries, Western Europe was beset by a wave of invasion from the Muslims and the Magyars. _______ 2. The most far-reaching attacks of the time came from the Southmen, also known as the Turks. _______3. The Frankish policy of settling the Vikings and converting them to Islam was a deliberate one. _______4. By the eighth century, a man who served a lord in a military capacity was known as a vassal. _______ 5. For almost five hundred years, men in heavily armored chariots dominated warfare in Europe. _______ 6. Land was the most important gift a lord could give to a vassal. _______ 7. In feudal society, loyalty to one’s lord was the chief virtue. _______ 8. In the Middle Ages, men whose chief concern was farming dominated European society. _______ 9. Social divisions existed between lords and knights based on the extremes of wealth and landholdings. _______ 10. Chivalry was a code of ethics by which knights were expected to defend the Church and defenseless people, and to treat captives as honored guests.