Large churches where people go to worship
Also called Palestine, was the home and origin of Christianity and was attempted to be taken back.
Argued that all bible verses could be justified with simple logic
Battle of Hastings
The large battle between the Normands and the Anglo-Saxons. The Normands won.
The founder of the Capetian Dynasty and the father of the unification of France.
The English heretic who preached that Jesus, not the Pope, was the true head and leader of the church.
Brought upon the black death due to the blacked or purple spots appearing on the lymph nodes. Came from central Asia, arrived in Europe by the way of trade to Italy.
Pope Urban II
The pope that called for the original crusades.
A group of people in the same trade who worked together to fix prices and improve the standard of living. These were a type of early union
The people that made up the university
The law of the court
Was an assembly called by Philip VI of the first, second, and third estates to help strengthen royal power agents the church. This body also helped to form the French Revolution
The bohemian heretic that preached that the bible was more powerful than the pope
Hundred Years War
The final mark of the Middle Ages, the death place of chivalry. This war was between the English and French over claim to the French throne. The French won due to a teenage girl.
The term for Holy War
Helped with the revival of trading and the restarting of Europe's economy. This is also of the time when banks came to prominence.
William the Conqueror
The Norman conqueror who beat the Anglo-Saxons at the battle of hastings.
The most celebrated English document, gave everyone protection of law, the right to a trial, no taxation without representation and one other thing (sorry, I forget!)
Essentially the French Rome; Popes lived here for 69 years.
Joan of Arc
The girl who saved France from English rule but "saw ghosts" and was burned at the stake.