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Ch.9 and 10 Vocab.
Ch 9 and 10 Key Terms and People Flashcards
|The large landmass that includes both Asia and Europe.
|Refers to the shape and elevation of land in a region.
|A period that lasted from about 500 to about 1500.
|Another name for the Middle Ages.
|A Christian missionary who traveled to Northern Europe, Britain, and Ireland teaching Christianity to the people.
|Religious men who lived apart from society in isolated communities.
|Community of Monks
|An Italian monk who created a set of rules called the Benedictine Rules.
|A brilliant warrior and strong leader who was the leader of the Franks in the late 700's.
|Warriors who fought on horseback.
|A knight who promised to support a lord in exchange for land.
|Historians call this system of promises that governed the relationship between lord and vassals.
|William the Conqueror
|In 1066, William and his knights sailed into England and Defeated the English King. After winning the battle, William declared himself the new king of England.
|The large estate owned by knight or lord.
|Workers who were tied to the land on which they lived.
|Eleanor of Aquitaine
|A noblewoman who had great political power.
|Europeans code of honor behavior for knights.
|Short, three-line poems of 17 syllables that describe nature scenes.
|Cast out from the church.
|Pope Gregory VII
|A pope who came to power in 1073 in Rome.
|Emperor Henry IV
|A emperor who was disapproved by Pope Henry VII.
|The long series of wars between Christians and Muslims in Southwest Asia.
|Where Jesus had lived and died.
|Pope Urban II
|The pope of a Roman Catholic Church.
|King Richard I
|The only king who stayed in the Holy Land.
|King Richard's main opponent in the Third Crusade and the leader of the Muslim forces.
|A group of people who dedicated their lives to religion and follow common rules.
|Francis of Assisi
|The Dominicans and Franciscans were named after him.
|People who belonged to religious orders but lived and worked among the general public
|A Dominican philosopher and a teacher at the University of Paris.
|A law that governed how people would operate.
|This documents listing rights that the king could not ignore.
|The lawmaking body that governs England today.
|Hundred Years' War
|The long conflict between England and France.
|Joan of Arc
|A teenage peasant girl who rallied the French troops.
|A deadly plague that swept through Europe between 1347 and 1351.