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Middle Ages

Brianna Pena

resident someone who lives or stays in a place, such as in a country
collapse to become too weak to continue
institute to introduce or start a system or rule
convert to change from one form to another, such as from one religion to another
involve to include something
role position that someone has in society
landmass is one very large, unbroken area of land
topography or arrangement of physical features
middle ages period between the collapse of the roman empire, about A.D. 500, and the beginning of the modern ages, about A.D. 1500
medieval which means related to the Middle Ages
Charlemagne or Charles the Great
diffusion or spread
religious orders is a community of men and women devoted to prayer and service and bound by certain vows
Benedict of Nursia an italian monk
abbot or head of the monastery
St. Patrick one of the earliest and most famous missionaries was a British-born Christian
sacraments the sacred rites of the church
fief or giant land
serf were peasants who were legally "tied" of the lord's land and could not leave it
chivalry christian warrior code and behavior
manor was the self-sufficient estate of a medieval lord
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