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Middle Ages

Practice and learn about the significant time in Roman history.

QuestionAnswer
When? 400-1500 AD
Why is it called this? Years between ancient and modern times?
What event started it? Rome falls to Europe
Feudalism? System of power in middle ages kings and queens, lords, knights, serfs, peasants
Apprentice Young unpaid worker learning a craft
Bubonic Plague? Contagious and often deadly disease in medieval times aka Black Death
Chivalry? Rules that defined how a knight should act, roots in Christian morality
Clergy? Men who performed the services of the Roman Catholic church
Crusade? Serier of European Christians military expeditions to recapture Holy land in 11, 12 and 13 100's
Excommunicate? To be officially excluded from the Catholic Church including community and services.
Fief? Piece of land given by lord to vassal in exchange for loyalty and service
Guild? Organizations of people who practiced a certain trade
Lords? Medieval land owner who gave land to followers in exchange for loyalty and tribute
Knights? Vassal who served lord or king
Vassals? gushed
Serfs? vcx
Peasant? hxjx
Manor? bob
Middle Ages? dis
Monarchy? gah
Self-sufficient? gift
manorialism? described the economic life on a manor in which peasants and serf worked the land in return for protection.
Created by: nlobo1808