5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
Christian struggle to take back the Iberian Peninsula from the Muslims
in the Middle Ages, a noble warrior who fought on horseback
City in Germany near the Belgian and Dutch borders; capital of Charlemange's Frankish empire.
Site in France of battle in which England defeated France in 1346.
agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
5 Multiple Choice Questions
City in north central France.
Lands in western and central Europe, empire founded by Charlemagne.
religious officials, such as priests, given authority to conduct religious services
steep-sided valley that is an inlet of the sea
person who travels to carry the ideas of a religion to others
5 True/False Questions
in feudalism, a noble who held land from and served a higher-ranking lord, and in return was given protection
Capital of Ukraine, on the Dnieper River
under feudalism, the land a lord granted to a vassal in exchange for military service and loyalty
group that decides whether there is enough evidence to accuse a person of a crime
Catholic worship service