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JLC SS Ch 14 Voc

JLC SS 6th grade Ch 14 Voc

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Christian man who devotes his life to religion monk
Christian woman who devotes her life to religion nun
Place where men (monks) lived to serve their vocation (religion) monastary
A place where women (nuns) lived, study and pray religion convent
A person who teaches a religion to people of different beliefs. missionary
a king or queen - supreme rulers monarch
a peasant in the Middle Ages; forced to live on the land and farm it serfs
a warrior trained to fight on horseback knight
a code of honor for knights chivalry
a group of people united by a common economic interest guild
an epidemic that spread quickly - killed 1/4 tp 1/3 of Europeans Bubonic Plague
a noble woman - little to do with running the estate or decisions about her life lady
limited royal power Magna Carter
a political, social, and economic system used during the Middle Ages feudalism
a way of organizing agriculture labor Manor system
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