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From Empire to Feudalism

What filled the only unity in Europe after the Germanic invasions and the fall of Rome? The Roman Catholic church
Who took over the king's duties? Mayors of the Palace
Allied himself with the Roman Catholic church Charles Martel
Pope Zacharias crowned him king Pepin the Short
Who was Pepin the Short's son? Charlemagne
Who were the Vikings? Norsemen
the people who lived and worked on manors were called Serfs
Time of continued warfare and strife was called The Age of Feudalism
Time where there was a code of conduct for the nobility? The Age of Chivalry
What was the first stage of becoming a knight? Page
At what stage did you learn the art of warfare? Squire
When you passed all your training and you were 21 you became a Knight
A group of emblems and figures usually on the knight's armor Coat of Arms
The study of the emblems and their design is called Heraldry
Heavily fortified dwellings Castles
A way of life based upon the ownership and use of land Feudalism
A piece of land owned by one man who allowed another man to use it in return for certain services Fief
Man who used the land Vassal
The Germanic tribe that settled in Western Europe was The Franks
Created by: Emily Mayfield