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Middle ages

TermDefinition
Resident someone who lives or stays in a place, such as in a country.
collapse To become to 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 a society.
Landmass One very large, unbroken area of land.
Topography arrangement of physical features.
Middle ages Period between the collapse of Roman Empire, about A.D. 500, and the beginning of the Modern Age, about A.D. 1500.
Medieval Related to the Middle Ages.
Charlemagne One of the most famous rulers of the early Middle Ages.
Diffusion Or spread.
Religious Order A community of men or women devoted to prayer and service and bound by certain vows.
Benedict of Nursia Had a lasting effect on monastic life.
Abbot Head of a Monastery.
St. Patrick A boy captured by prates and sold into slavery in Ireland.
Sacraments Scared rites of the Church.
Fief Grant of land.
Serf Peasants who were legally ''tied'' to the lords land and could not leave.
Chivalry Christian warrior's code of behavior
Manor Self-sufficient estate of a medieval lord.
Created by: Brigittm1