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Ch. 15 History Notes

Alps separates Italy from the rest of Europe.
Celts pushed into Ireland, Wales, and Scotland by the Angles and Saxons.
King Clovis Frankish king who became Catholic.
Gregory the Great sent missionaries throughout Europe to convert to Catholicism.
Vikings people from Scandinavia who invaded Europe.
Code of Chivalry a guide for a knight's good behavior.
English Channel separates Britain and Ireland from the rest of Europe.
Domesday Book a census taken in England by William the Conqueror.
King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215.
Edward 1 called for a meeting of people from different parts of England, which came to be called Parliament.
First Crusade drove Muslims from Jerusalem.
Kievan Rus a group of small territories in eastern Europe ruled by Vikings.
Crusades were a holy war launched by Catholics against Muslim Turks.
Moscow became an important city because it was a trading center.
Hildegard of Bingen
Thomas Aquinas
Francis of Assisi
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