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Middle ages


Roman Catholic Church Largest sect of Christianity
Clergy Members of an organized religious hierarchy, such as priests of the Roman Catholic Church
Manorialism Economic portion of feudalism where all aspects of life were centered on the lords manor
Feudalism A social, political and economic system that relied on the exchange of personal loyalty and military service in exchange for land and protection
Middle Ages An era in European history that followed the fall of the Roman Empire. Also called the medieval period
Gothic A style of church architecture developed in the Middle Ages
Guild An association of merchants or craftspeople in medieval Europe , formed to make regulations and set standards
Bubonic plague A deadly disease that spread across Asia and Europe in the mid 14th century, killing as much as half of europe's population
Manor An area of land run by a feudal lord
Magna Carta A document granting certain rights to both the church in England and the nobility signed by King John in 1215
The crusades A series of military expeditions. Trade between Europe and Asia increased
Chivalry Code of conduct for knights and nobles during European feudalism
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