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5 Matching questions

  1. fair
  2. Suger
  3. lay investiture
  4. Jerusalem
  5. charter
  1. a the feudal ceremony of investiture performed by a person who is not a member of the clergy
  2. b Holy city for Jews, Muslims, and Catholics. It was undle the Turks control but it was recaptured during the First Crusade and after lost again
  3. c abbot of the monastery of Saint Denis he developed the Gothic style cause he disliked the Romanesque style
  4. d gatherings on which goods were sold
  5. e in the middle ages a written list of special privileges, tax exemptions, and rights granted to a town

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a member of the Roman Catholic Church who takes the same vows as a monk but travels around preaching instead of living in a monastery
  2. Jerusalem and the cities where Jesus was, it was the holy land for Roman Catholics and the popes wanted it recaptured; The biblical region of Palestine.
  3. capital of the Byzantine empire which was sacked during the Foruth Crusade and was controlled by the crusaders for 57 years
  4. Muslim conqueror who recaptured Jerusalem after its capture by the First Crusade. Fought Richard the Lionheart and they came to an agreement
  5. written by Thomas Aquinas and in the book he attempted to answer 631 philosophical questions about God and the universe

5 True/False questions

  1. Clunya monastery founded by Duke of Aquitaine, it was not a monastery of personal wealth or power but it was subjected only to the pope not bishops or lords

          

  2. Henry IVGerman ruler who was made at the pope for the reforms that he made, was then excommunicated by pope Gregory VII for disobeying and he then begged for forgivness

          

  3. Otto the Greatmock battles between knights

          

  4. Holy Roman EmpireThe eastern part of the later Roman Empire, dating from a.d. 330 when Constantine I rebuilt Byzantium and made it his capital. Its extent varied greatly over the centuries, but its core remained the Balkan Peninsula and Asia Minor. The empire collapsed when Constantinople fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1453.

          

  5. three-field systemreligious beliefs or opinions that were were different from the dogma of the church