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Chapter 14

The kings of France like those of England looked for.... ways to increase their power
What was a crusade was one of the expeditions in which medieval Christian warriors sought to recover control of the Holy Land from the Muslims
What were the three problems in the church. Many priests got married and had children and families, the selling of church bishops (church officials), the practice of lay investructure
What did Gothic architecture include ribbed vaults supported roof's weight, flying buttresses transferred weight to walls, pointed arches framed huge stained glass windows, tall spires seemed to be pointing to heaven
What did Romanesque architecture look like rounded arches held up by pillars and thick walls and tiny windows to let in light
Why was the cathedral called "the City of God" They were built in the city and the worshiped god inside.
What were the new inventions that helped grow the food supply horse power and the three field system
A guild was... an organization of individuals in the same business or occupation working to improve the economic and social conditions of its members
The expansion of trade and business was the Commercial Revolution
How many people did a typical town in a medieval city have 1,500 to 2,500
The contact with the Muslims and Byzantines brought a new interest in learning
What did the scholar Thomas Aquinas do argued that the most basic religious truths could be proved by logical argument
Who claimed the English crown and invaded England with a Norman army William the conqueror
What did Hugh Capet start the Capetian dynasty
What years did Philip II rule from 1180 to 1223
Who was the most powerful ruler of the Capetian dynasty Philip II
The magna carta helped lead to democracy
How many estates was the estate general broken up in to 3
In england the parliament could do what that in france was not possible control the power of the king
What killed one-third of the population of western europe the plague
Reasons of plague trash on streets caused more rodents and rodents carry fleas
100 years of war ended chivalry (invention of the longbow)
How many popes were in the great schism 3
Popes would live in avignon for how many more years 69
Joan of Arc was a french peasent
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