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Chapter 17 vocab

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Eurasia The large landmass that includes Europe and Asia
Middle Ages a period that lasted from about 500 to 1500
medieval another name for middle ages
Patrick Christian saint
Monks religious men who lived apart from society in isolated communities
Manisteries communities of monks
Benedict Italian saint and monk
Charlemagne King of the franks
Knights warriors that rode on horseback
Vassel a knight who was promised to support a lord in exchange for land
Feudalism System of promises that governed the relationships between lords and vassels
William the conqueror Powerful french noble who conquered England
Manor A large estate owned by a knight or a lord
Serfs workers who were tied to the land on which they lived
Chivalry Honorable behavior of knights
Created by: ClaudeRomshak