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unit 6 chapter 14

What physical features is the continent of Europe most like? Like a great peninsula, the Eurasian landmass juts out of Asia.
Where was Charlemagne empire by 814? Included most of western and central Europe?
When were the middle ages? Beginning around 500 after he fall of the roman empire and ending around 1000.
How does Europe's topography effect its climate? A Mediterranean climate-hot,dry summers with rainfall in the winters.
What did Christianity teach about the nature of humans? It taught that humans were sinful and weak and salvation could only be reached through being a member of the roman catholic church.
St.Patrick was an important missionary that spread Christianity throughout what part of Europe? He converted the pagans in Ireland.
Who invaded Europe in search of loot,a new climate and land? The vikings
What were some common duties that monks and nuns performed? They spent their days studying the bible,praying,gardening and caring for the sick.
Why did feudalism arise in Europe? Europe was in a time of violence and warfare.
What tasks did the lady of the manor have to perform? She had to make sure there was enough food and run the manor.
What is a fief? A fief is a grant of land.
Who raided Europe in the violent times? Magyars,Arabs and Vikings
Created by: danielb6