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Chapter 13 Test

Chapter 13 Test-The European Middle Ages

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People that were born into being a ________________ couldn't leave their homes where their lords are. Serfs/Peasants
The code of conduct for knights Chivalry
The three masters of knights For their God, lord, and chosen lady.
Only a boy of __________________ could become a knight. Noble-birth
Steps of knighthood Page; Squire; Knights
A period of time from 500 AD-1500 AD European Middle Ages
Tournaments Mock battles in which knights practiced their fighting skills as a form of entertainment that led to real life injuries and deaths.
Classical heritage of Rome; beliefs of a Roman Catholic Church; customs of various Germanic tribes Three roots of Medieval Culture
Feudal Social Class Structure from top to bottom. Pope~King-Church Officials~Vassels-Lords--Knights-Serfs
Three effects of the Germanic invasions Decline of learning; Disruption of trade; Population Shifts; and/or Loss of a common language
Excommunication was The churches ability to deny people in their feudal kingdoms sacraments, proper church burials, and the denial of reaching heaven
Poets and musicians who entertained nobles about a knights life as well as joys and sorrows of a romantic life Troubadors
Monastery A Christian religious community in which members devote their lives to God.
Secular Worldly affairs such as day to day life, politics, and government.
During the Middle Ages, two groups of people that didn't have many rights Serfs and women
Physical things found on a manor Castle; forest; farm land; church; and a mill
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