a person who dies for a cause
an arena in ancient Rome; also the show held there
a savior in Judaism and Christianity
in the Christian Bible, letters written by disciples
a soldier who serves for pay in a foreign army
a person who faught anamilals andother people for public entertainment
a country estate
an unpaid person training in a craft or trade
referring to the Middle Ages
persons with authority to perform religious services
a council of lords, clergy, and common people that advised the English King on goverment matters
a series of military expeditions launched by Christian Europeans to win the Holy Land back from Muslim control
A man who received honor and land in exchange for serving a lord as a soldier.
a farm worker considered part of the monor on which he or she worked
The "Great Charter," in which the king's power over his nobles was limited, agreed to by King John of England in 1215.