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Eurasia the large landmass that inclludes both europe and asia
Topography refers to the shape and elevation of land in a region
Middle Ages a period that lasted from about 500 to about 1500
Medieval Another name for middle age
Monks religious men who lived apart from society in isolated communities
Monasteries communities of monks
Knights warriors who fought on horseback
Vassal a knight who promised to support a lord in exhange for land
Feudalism Historians call this system of promises that governed the relationships betwwen lords and vassals
William the Conqueror a french nobel who was the duke of normandy in northern france, and calimed a right to the english throne and claimed a right to the english throne.
manor the large estate owned by a knight or lord.
serfs workers who were tied to the land on which they lived.
eleanor of Aquitaine -one of the most powerful people of the middle ages -She ruled Aquitaine, a region in southwestern France, as the King's vassal. -1122~1204
chivalry Europeans call their code of honorable behavior for knights
haiku short, three lined poems of 17 syllables that describe nature scenes.
role assigned behavior
elements parts
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