one of the followers of Jesus who preached and spread his teachings
Eventually he accepted the title Augustus, or "exulted one." Augustus was the most powerful ruler of the mightiest empire of the ancient world. Augustus was also a very religious and family-oriented man.
After Carloman's death in 771, Charles, who was known as Charlemagne, or Charles the Great, ruled the kingdom
a code of behavior for knights in medieval Europe, stressing ideals such as courage, loyalty, and devotion
Concordat of Worms
a formal agreement especially one between the pope and a government, dealing with the control of Church affairs
one of the expeditions in which medieval Christian warriors sought to recover of the Holy Land from the Muslims
a Russian emperor (from the Roman title Caesar
the taking away of a person's right of membership in a Christian church
a Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (roughly the area now occupied by France) and established a great empire during the Middle Ages.
a religious image used by eastern Christians
Although the exact date is uncertain, historians believe sometime around 6 to 4 B.C., a Jew named Jesus was born in the town of Beathlehem in Judea.
a lord's estate in feudal Europe
A period of peace and prosperity throughout the Roman Empire, lasting from 27 B.C. to A.D. 180.
one of the professional warriors who served Japanese feudal lords
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
a medieval peasant legally bound to live on a lord's estate
the traditional religion of Japan
in japanese feudal society, supreme military commander who held more power than the emperor