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Gr.6 W.History-18

Prentice Hall 6th gr. World History chapter 18

QuestionAnswer
excommunicate cast out from the church
Crusades long series of wars between Christians and Muslims in Southwest Asia
Holy Land what Europeans called Palestine
religious order group of people who dedicate their lives to religion and follow common rules
friars people who belonged to religious orders but lived among the general public
natural law law that governed how the world operated
Magna Carta document listing rights that the king could not ignore
Parliament law-making body that governs England today
Hundred Years' War- long conflict between England and France
Black Death deadly plague
heresy religious ideas that oppose accepted church teachings
Reconquista Christian efforts to retake Spain from the Moors
Spanish Inquistion organization of priests that punished anyone suspected of practicing their old religion
Created by: Karen Copanic