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Chapter 2

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Who was the Clergy? People obtained to perform certain religious duties
What does excommunicate mean? To expel or prevent someone from taking part in Church life
What is a guild? An association of all the people in a town or village who practiced a certain trade
Who is an apprentice? An unpaid worker who is being trained in a certain craft
What is chivalry? The noble qualities that nights were to have: Bravery, Loyalty, And Heroic Deeds
What does troubadour mean? A traveling performer, who wandered from a place in France, Italy, and Spain
What was the power of the Church? Life was short so they tried to make life peaceful so that the people would live a lovely life.
What was the Merchant class? Many peasants who left the manor became merchants which made the middle class more popular.
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