5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Canon Law
- a the Church's own body of laws; this law applied to religious teachings, the behavior of the clergy, and even marriages and morals
- b Believers of Islam; beat in the Battle of Tours; major component in the battle for the Holy Land (Crusades).
- c Medieval Western European mock battle between two horsemen who charged at each other with leveled lances in an attempt to unseat the other
- d In England, he was a courtier, who traveled and mastered philosophy and literature. He wrote from the perspective of various pilgrims to a tomb, and uses them as individuals representing many different walks of life. He thus subtly commented on cultural, religious and literary traditions.
- e The first community that included both Jewish and Gentile followers of Jesus was established in this city.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the current capital of Israel and an ancient city that is holy to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
- Budgeting for marketing activities, obtaining the necessary funds needed for operations and providing financial assistance to customers
- city in Southwest Asia that was promised protection by Baldwin during the First Crusade in return for control of the city after the king
- A large estate, often including farms and a village, ruled by a lord.
- An economy in which trades are made in goods and services instead of money
5 True/False questions
Serfs → men of women who were the poorest members of society, peasants who worked the lord's land in exchange for protection
Troubadours → travleing performers singing about chivalriss deeds performed by knights for ladies
Monasticism → political system based on small independent local governments, started when local lords had to start to govern their own land.
Charlemagne → English vernacular, wrote the Canterbury Tales, known for beauty of expression and clear, forceful language made his dialect the chief ancestor of the modern English language, collection of stories told by a group of 29 pilgrims going to the tomb of Saint Thomas a Becket at Canterbury, England.
Simony → the selling of Church offices