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Avignon City in France
Chivalry a code of behavior for knights
Commercial Revolution period of economic expansion colonialism and mercantilism
Common Law 'unwritten rule'
Crusades Midevil military expedition
Estates Genral assembly of the estates in all of France
Feudalism dominate social system in midevil Europe
Hundred Years War conflict lasting from 1337-1453 between England and France for French throne
Magna Carta royal charter of political rights given to rebellious English barons by King John in 1215
Monasteries buildings occupied by a community of monks
Parliament (in England) highest legislature (house of reps. in US)
The Great Schism 1378-1417 during which there were 2 papacies in the Roman Catholic Church
Three Field System Crop rotation
Troubadours Poet and/or musician
Vikings Scandinavian pirates & traders who raided and settled in many parts of northwestarn Europe in the 8-11th century
William the Conqueror Led Norman invasion in UK first Norman to become King of England, introduced Norman customs to England
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