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Evan's flashcards for people, places, and vocab/History/6th

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Clovis
king of the Franks
Charles Martel
the Frankish commander for the battle of Tours. He defeated the Muslimsin the Battle of Tours.
Charlesmagne
"charles the great" was a devoted family man, devout christian, visionary ruler and ideal knight. his goal was the christianization of europe
Otto 1
one of the strongest germanic kings-made holy roman empire
Gregory the Great
He was a pope; He helped spread Christiananity
Scandinavia
The country where the Vikings come from.
Holy Roman Empire
most of Germany and Northern Italy
Franks
a group of people who built new societies and defended them from Muslims, Magvars, and Vikings
Celts
people who lived in Southern Britian and pushed aside the angles and saxons
Angles and Saxons
a group of people who built new societies and defended them from Muslims, Magvars, and Vikings
Pepin
Charles Martels son who became Mayor
Franciscans
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Dominic de Guzman
founded the Dominicans, a Spanish church preist who defended church teachings
Dominicans
a group of Friars founded by Dominic de Guzman
Crecy
the first major battle of the Hundred Years' War
Orleans
Where the French fought the English and defeated them with the help of Joan of Arc
Joan of Arc
peasant girl who led french army to victory over the english in the 100 year's war
Isabelle of Castile
Married Ferdinand of Aragon to make first step towards unifying spanish kingdoms.
Ferdinand of Aragon
He married Isabella of Castile to form a union for Spain. He and Isabella worked together to form a strong infantry army in Spain.
Leonardo da Vinci
Famous artist/painter in the 15th century. Created "The Mona Lisa" and "The Last Supper"
Michelangelo
He was one of the most famous artist of the Renaissance period
William Shakespear
an English author who wrote comedies, tragedies, and historical plays
Vikings
Invaders of Europe that came from Scandinavia
St. Patrick
brought Christianity to Ireland
Henry IV
the first king of England from 1399 to 1413
Venice
a wealthy city in Italy that became the center of trade in Medditereanin
Flanders
the center of trade for wool and cloth in Northern Europe
Normandy
a region that the vikings conquered part of Western France
Bologna
two of the first European universities
Francis of Assisi
founded the first order of friars
Thomas Aquinas
(Roman Catholic Church) Italian theologian and Doctor of the Church who is remembered for his attempt to reconcile faith and reason in a comprehensive theology
Cistercians
strict, ate simple meals, had one robe; took message outside the monastery to many people
Bernard of Clairvaux
powerful monk who stressed the importance of a mystical union with God and believed reason was dangerous
Hildegard of Bingen
a nun who wrote religious poems and songs, a nun who wrote religious poems and songs