5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Peter Waldo
- Alexius Comnenus r.1081-1118
- Notre Dame 1163-1270
- Urban II 1088-1099
- a A gothic style cathedral in Paris on the Ile-de-la-Cité. Housed a cathedral school in its cloister.
- b Founder of the Comnenus dynasty of the Byzantine Empire. Is well known for appealing to Pope Urban II for help in driving the Turks from Byzantine territory.
- c The French religious leader who believed in voluntary poverty and religious simplicity. His followers (the Waldensians) were considered heretics by the Church.
- d Lesser knights and prominent burghers who were appointed to administrative positions with the Holt Roman Empire, to offset the influence of the great magnates. Their appearance in the 11th century marks the origin of a professionalized government in Germany. Backman 232-233
- e Pope. Called for the first crusade.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- An Italian priest of the Catholic Church in the Dominican Order, and an immensely influential philosopher and theologian in the tradition of scholasticism. The works for which he is best-known are the "Summa Theologica" and the "Summa Contra Gentiles".
- A collective body of people operating as a single person.
- A Frankish abbot and the primary builder of the reforming Cistercian monastic order. Baldwin 37-38
- Also known as the "Poor of Lyons". A lay spiritual movement founded around. Backman 341-342.
- An ancient city on the eastern side of the Orontes River. Is considered a model for "new schools"
5 True/False Questions
Battle of Legnano 1176 → (July 27), battle that gave a decisive victory to the French king Philip II Augustus over an international coalition of the Holy Roman emperor Otto IV, King John of England, and the French vassals. The victory enhanced the power and the prestige of the French monarchy in France and in the rest of Europe.
Peter Abelard → The French religious leader who believed in voluntary poverty and religious simplicity. His followers (the Waldensians) were considered heretics by the Church.
Angevin Empire → A modern term describing the collection of states once ruled by the Angevin Plantagenet dynasty. The Plantagenets ruled over an area stretching from the Pyrenees to Ireland during the 12th and early 13th centuries.
Bologna → An Italian city set in the foothills of the northern slope of the Apennines. Considered by Baldwin to be one of the two cities that provided the most important urban setting for intellectual development. Baldwin 24-26
Abbot Suger c.1081-1151 → Pope. Called for the first crusade.