← Chapter 9- Emerging Europe and the Byzantine Empire Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Anglo-Saxon Germanic tribes from Denmark and Northern Germany who moved in and settled in Britain. Wergild amount paid by a wrongdoer to the family of the person he or she had injured or killed. Ordeal a means of determining guilt in Germanic law, based on the idea of divine intervention. Bishopric a group of Christian communities, or parishes, under the authority of a bishop. Parishes a group of Christian communities Papal States Rome and its surrounding territories. Monk A man who seperates himself from ordinary human society in order to dedicate himself to God. Abbess the head of a convent Counts acted as the king's representatives in local areas. Pope the bishop of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church. Missi Dominici two men who were sent out to local districts to ensure that the counts were carrying out the kings wishes. Magyars a people from western Asia. Feudalism nobles offered protection and land in return for service. Vassal under feudalism, a man who served a lord in a military capacity. Knights under feudalism, a member of the heavily armored calvary. Chivalry in the Middle Ages, the ideal of civilized behavior that developed among the nobility. Estates the three classes into which French society was divided before the revolution: the clergy (first), the nobles (second), and the townspeople (third). Schism the seperation between the two great branches of Christianity that occured when the Roman Pope Leo IX and the Byzantine patriarch Michael Cerularius excommunicated each other. Crusades military expeditions carried out by European Christians in the Middle Ages to regain the Holy Land from the Muslims. Infidesl An unbeliever, a term applied to the Muslims during the Crusades.