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chapter 17

TermDefinition
Eurasia The large landmass that includes both Europe and Asia
Middle Ages A period that lasted from about 500 to 1500 in Europe.
Medieval Referring to the middle ages
Patrick Christian saint, He converted the people of Ireland to Christianity
Monks A religious man who lived apart from society in an isolated community.
Monasteries A community of Monks
Benedict Italian saint and Monk
Charlemangne King of the Franks, he was a brilliant warrior and strong leader. He was crowned Emperor of the Romans in 800
Knights A warrior in Medieval Europe who fought on horseback
Vassal A knight who promised to support a lord exchange for land in medieval Europe
Feudalism The system of obligations that governed the relationship between lords and Vassals in medieval Europe
William The Conqueror Powerful french noble who conquered England, he brought Feudalism to Britain
Manor A large estate owned by a knight or lord
Serf a worker in medieval Europe who tied to the land on which he or she lived
Chivalry The code of honorable behavior for medieval knight
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