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  1. led the peasant's crusade and alter the Pennyless - monk from Amiens
  2. "Divine Comedy" - mythological journey through heaven and hell - written in Tuscan dialect - combines humor, tragedy and quest for religious understanding
  3. Franciscan monk - pupil of Grosseteste - established foundations of modern scientific inquiry - believed all aspects of knowledge are inter-related - work in optics led to development of glasses - predicted invention of airplanes and automobiles
  4. German abbess - known for spiritual wisdom - wrote about religion science medicine - noted music composer
  5. greatest Medieval Scholastic philosopher that saw no conflict of faith and reason - wrote Summa Theologica (encyclopedia of Christian philosophy) - best known work
  6. "Father of Modern Science" - urged objective study of natural phenomena and emphasized importance of math

6 True/False questions

  1. St. Bernard of ClairvauxGerman abbess - known for spiritual wisdom - wrote about religion science medicine - noted music composer

          

  2. Christine de Pisanruler of Venice that diverted expedition to recapture Venetian rival, Zarah on Adriatic Sea

          

  3. Pierre le Hermite"Divine Comedy" - mythological journey through heaven and hell - written in Tuscan dialect - combines humor, tragedy and quest for religious understanding

          

  4. Frederick BarbossaHoly Roman Emperor that drowned in river in Asia Minor

          

  5. Pope Urban IIruler of Venice that diverted expedition to recapture Venetian rival, Zarah on Adriatic Sea

          

  6. Geoffrey Chaucer"Canterbury Tales" - English pilgrims traveling to shrine of St. Thomas Beket at Canterbury - each character (knight, plowman, abbess , miller, monk, widow) tells a story - funny, romantic, bawdy - tales tell story of medieval life -