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CH 10 Vocab

CH 10 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
clergy people who have priestly authority
Pope Gregory VII 11th century pope
Emperor Henry 11th century emperor of the Roman empire
religious order group of people who follow the rules of the order
Francis of Assisi Founder of the Franciscan order
Thomas Aquinas 13th century Italian religious scholar
Seljuk Turks people from central Asia
Crusade military expedition from Christian Europe to Palestine
Saladin Muslim leader
Reconquista reconquest of Spain by Christian armies
Inquisition A court used by Church officials to try people who opposed the Church's teachings
bubonic plague infectious disease that struck Eurasia in the mid 1300's
Hundred Years' War series of wars between England and France (1337-1453)
Joan of Arc French peasant who helped lead France to victory at the Battle of Orleans
longbow weapon that shot arrows that were capable of piercing knights armor
King John English monarch who ascended the throne in 1199 and was forced to sign the Magna Carta
Magna Carta document guaranteeing certain rights to nobles
Parliament group of representatives in English government
habeas corpus right of the people to not be thrown in the jail unlawfully
Created by: tritchie