a combat with lances between two knights on horseback
an economic and political system of Europe in the Middle Ages
a noble in the Middle Ages
large piece of land granted by a king to a lord in exchange for his loyality
person during the Middle Ages who promised to fight for his lord when needed, in exchange for land.
person who was bound to live and work on the land of a noble
self-sufficient farming estate where nobles and serfs lived and worked
son of a noble who was a trained soldier and gave military service in exchange for the right to hold land
a religious community in which nuns lead simple lives of work and prayer
a religious community in which monks lead simple lives of work and prayer.
a journey to a holy place for a religious purpose
an organization of people who practiced the same craft, formed to set standards and promote the interest of the craft.
a person who lived and worked, without pay, with a master craftsman in order to learn a trade.
a person in the Middle Ages who had completed his apprenticeship and was paid for his work
a document drawn up by an English noble in 1215 that spelled out certain rights and limited the king's power
according to Roman Catholic teachings, aperson believed to be especially holy
one of the lyric poets and composers of southern France, eastern Spain and Northern Italy from the 1000's to the 1200s
a young man who attended a knight until he himself became a knight
asking no help; independent
singer or musician in the Middle Ages who entertained the household of a noble
person skilled in some industry or trade; craftsman
gather in a large group or crowd
a youth who was prepared to become a knight
power of acting on others and having an effect without using force
a series of "holy wars" in which european Christians attempted to recapture the holy land.