5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a The doctrine that nations should act independently (rather than collectively) to attain their goals.
- b Germanic people. During the 5th century ad groups from these communities migrated to Britain either by invitation or invasion and in due course founded kingdoms which can generally be recognized by the fact that their names have the suffix 'sex'
- c A member of the western Goths that invaded the Roman Empire in the fourth century A.D. and settled in France and Spain, establishing a monarchy that lasted until the early eighth century.
- d land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty and service
- e King of the Franks who conquered much of Western Europe, great patron of leterature and learning
5 Multiple choice questions
- In The First Crusade he can be seen as one attempt to realize this vision, He was the successor to a legacy of extensive ecclesiastical reform, a legacy unpopular with many powerful people, he tried to reclaim Jerusalem from the Muslims
- A series of holy wars from 1096-1270 AD undertaken by European Christians to free the Holy Land from Muslim rule.
- Born: April 7 47, died: jan 28 , * Best Known As: Frankish king and Holy Roman Emperor. Charlemagne was the Frankish king who conquered most of Europe and was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III in the year 800. Also known as Carolus Magnus and Karl der Grosse,
- in the Middle Ages, lesser noble who served as a mounted warrior for a lord
- city in Southwest Asia that was promised protection by Baldwin during the First Crusade in return for control of the city after the king
5 True/False questions
Troubadours → A series of holy wars from 1096-1270 AD undertaken by European Christians to free the Holy Land from Muslim rule.
Troubadours → 1096 Christian Europe aim to reclaim Jerusalem and aid they Byzantines; 1st success and the rest a failure; weakens the Byzantines; opens up trade
Excommunication → the act of banishing a member of the Church from the communion of believers and the privileges of the Church
Monasticism → a way of life in which men and women withdraw from the rest of the world in order to devote themselves to their faith; a monk
Barter Economy → The love of one's country; the passion that inspires a person to serve his or her country.