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Ch.14,Sec : Europe

Ron Aspuria

What were the two major rivers? The Rhine and the Danube.
Who assisted Charlemagne's government? The Roman Catholic Church and the Pope.
Where did the Franks rule? Present-day France and Germany.
When did Charles Martel reunited the Frankish? In 717 A.D.
What did the Benedict of Nursia do for the religious orders? He created a standard set of rules.
What is an opportunity that convent life offered for nuns? They could become poets or musicians.
Where did Saint Boniface spread Christianity; Germany or the Netherlands. Both.
How do you get to heaven according to the missionaries? You had to have faith, follow his teachings, abandon your sinful ways, and observe the sacraments.
What vows did the Monks swear to? Have poverty, chastity, obedience to Christ and the Church, and remain one until death.
What did the Vikings raid in order to gain lots of loot? They attacked harmless monasteries.
What happened that caused local nobles to take over and feudalism to rise? The Vikings vicious raids that the government couldn't defend against.
How did Europe's feudal system work? It depended on the exchange of land for loyalty.
What was the feudal system's social structure from least to greatest? Peasants, knights, Nobles, King
What was a manor and what would it do? It was a self-sufficient home of a lord and it produced everything the lord, his family, and the villagers needed.
Created by: Ron Vincent