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Europe in middle age

social studies period 2

What are the two most important rivers of Europe? Rhine and Danube
What are the three geographys of Europe? Mountains,Rivers,and Plains
What did Charlemagne do to become a just ruler? Encouraged law and learning
When did Franks ruled much of present-day France and Germany? By the 530's
Where are the mountains of Europe located? In the North and the South of the continent.
How did Christianity spread across Europe? Priests and monks traveled to convert from religion to the other
Why did some men and women join religious orders? Because they many opportunities like safety, shelter, and food.
What did the church taught that humans were? Sinful and weak
What are vows Monks took? Poverty, Chastity, and Obedience
What were some common duties monks and nuns performed? They spent their days studying the bible, praying, gardening, and caring for the sick and poor.
Why did feudalism begin? The government could not protect the people
What is a serf ? a peasant or slave
What does Manor mean? the self-sufficient estate of a lord
what is a knight? A protector of the lord
What is feudalism? A system of government based on exchange
Created by: galyleae1