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Chapter 14

Test By: Anthony Mendoza

Who was the emperor in Europe during 800? Charlemagne.
Who excommunicated Henry IV? Pope Gregory VII.
Who crowned Charlemagne? Pope Leo lll.
What did popes have authority over? Both church and non church leaders.
What was the concordat, or agreements, of worms? The about disturbuting power among popes and rulers.
What does excommunicate mean? Is to remove someone form a church or religious group
What happens when someone was crowned emporor? They get a special relationship with God
Where did build his own bishop? In Millian, Italy
What were spanish rulers know as? Moors
When did the decline of Muslims rule begone In Spain 1002
What would monks do? Worked cared for sick garden
What vows would monks take? Poverty obedience to remain a monk untill death.
Who spread Christianity to Ireland? St. Patrick
Who spread Christianity to England? Pope Gregory 1
Who spread Christianity to Germany and netherlands? St. Boniface
What was hell? A feil pit of enteral misury.
Who helped spread Christianity? St. Patrick, pope gregory 1 and st. Boniface
Who was Benedict of nursia? He was a monk who had lasting effect on religious orders.
Did religious orders exist for women? Yes
What is a priest? A person who tells the word of God.
How does Europe's topography affect its climate? a Mediterranean climate-hot, dry summers with rainfall in the winters
Who was the first great ruler during the Middle Ages, who promoted justice and education? Charlemane, also know as Charles the Great
What functions did the Rhine and Danube provide for the kingdoms in Europe? a natural barrier, a source of water for irrigating, waterways for travel and trade, and a source of food
Where was Charlemange's Empire by 814? included most of western and central Europe
Who invaded Europe in search of loot, a new climate and land? The Vikings
What was the unique opportunity convent life offered men and women? It was a way to become a scholar by studying the Bible which explained all aspects of life.
St. Patrick was an important missionary that spread Christianity throughout what part of Europe?. He converted the pagans in Ireland.
What were some common duties that monks and nuns performed? They spent their days studying the bible, praying, gardening and caring for the sick and poor.
What was the king on the top of? Feudal system
What did Europe's feudal system based on? Exchange of land for loyalty.
What were the people who received the land? Vassals
What would the Vikings want? New land in a better climate and loot
Created by: Thewolfman