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P.K. Chap. 10 Vocab

Chapter 10

excommunicate cast out from the church
Pope Gregory -disapproved of a bishop chosen by the Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV -in 1073 Pope Gregory came to power in Rome. -had proven himself more powerful than the emperor
Emperor Henry IV -Angry that the pope questioned his authority -he got excommunicated -Desperate to stay in power, he stood barefoot in the snow outside the castle where Pope Gregory was staying.
Crusades a long series of wars between Christians and Muslims in Southwest Asia.
Holy Land the region where Jesus had lived, preached, and died.
Pope Urban II -he went to Roman Catholic Churches -he helped the Byzantine Empire from getting destroyed -helped the battle
King Richard -1157-1199 - Called Lion Heart for his courage - skilled soldier and great general
Saladin -1137-1193 - often called one of the greatest generals of the Middle Ages. - The Muslim leader successfully held Jerusalem against Richard in the Third Crusade. -was considered a wise leader.
clergy church officials
religious order a group of people who dedicate their lives to religion and follow common rules.
Francis of Assisi -1182-1226 -son of a wealthy merchant -lived a simple life and just preached and tended people and humans
friars people who belonged to religious orders but lived and worked among the general public.
Thomas Aquinas -Dominican philosopher - teacher at University of Paris - argued that rational thought could be used to support Christian beliefs.
natural law a law that governed how the world operated.
Magna Carta a document listing rights that the king could not ignore
Parliament the lawmaking boday that governs England today.
Hundred Years' War a long conflict between England and France that came to be called its name
Joan of Arc - a teenage pheasant girl - rallied the French troops - Although the English eventually captured and killed Joan, it was too late.
Black Death a deadly plague that swept through Europe betwwen 1347 and 1351
heresy religious ideas that oppose accepted church teachings
Reconquista efforts to retake Spain from the Moors
King Ferdinand - had an army - 1492 conquered Franada -made people convert to Christianity.
Queen Isabella - 1451-1504 - considered greatest monarchs in Spanish history. -encouraged religion and education and supported many artists
Spanish Inquisition an organization of priests that looked for and punished anyone in Spain suspected of secretly practicing their old religion.
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