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life in medieval age

QuestionAnswerquestion answer
habeas corpus the principle that the accused person can not be held in jail without consent of court guild an organiztion of people of the same craft
king john english king who ignored peoples rights and collected large taxes from the lords and nobles he was forced to sign the Magna Carta flanders
parliament a group of people that governed and made decisions together solar
domain land controlled by a lord like a fief or manor minstrel
charter a written grant of rights givin by ruler to a community journeyman
henry 2 the english king who created courts to replace the trials and helped create the common law commerce buying or selling goods
archbishop of canterbury he was a powerful religious leader called thomas a becket murdered by 4 of kings knights while praying common law rules made by judges
Created by: sapphia