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Middle Ages

Emergence of Nations FK2 4th Grade

The Domesday Book a historical document that provides details of King William’s Feudal kingdom during the Middle Ages
Bayeux Tapestry a historical document that records the Battle of Hastings in pictures and words
Tower of London a famous building in London built on the Thames River
jury a group of people who hear evidence in a trial and then vote on the guilt or innocence of the accused
chancellor the king’s highest advisor
pilgrimage a journey undertaken for a religious purpose
excommunication the punishment of not allowing someone to continue as a member of the Church
Magna Carta a historical document of the rule of law
truce an agreement to stop fighting
plague a highly contagious, usually fatal disease that affects large numbers of people
Black Death an epidemic that swept through Europe and northern Africa for four years in the fourteenth century
Created by: ekahl5