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  1. Byzantine empire
  2. jury
  3. troubadours
  4. Gregory VII
  5. Francis of Assisi
  1. a The 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.
  2. b son of a rich merchant who gave up of his wealth and turned to preaching when he was about 20 years old
  3. c pope who excommunicated Henry IV and proved the real power for church. Forgave Henry IV
  4. d a group of people sworn to give a verdict based on evidence in a court of law; in medival England usually 12 neighbors who answered questions about the facts of a case for the royal judge
  5. e poets who sang the praises of noble ladies and the knights who loved them

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. most celebrated woman by troubadours was queen of England and mother of Richard Lionheart
  2. town southwest of Paris, it is where the famous Cathedral of Chartres is which was rebult by nobles and the people of the town. marked the beggining of the Age of faith
  3. first meant a group of scholars, people ,ade up the medieval university. An institution where people got educated and became scholars
  4. leading bishops who chose the future popes
  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. Innocent IIIa pope who declared a crusade agains Fredrick II who threatened to control Italy

          

  2. lay investiturefirst meant a group of scholars, people ,ade up the medieval university. An institution where people got educated and became scholars

          

  3. Curiaa group of people sworn to give a verdict based on evidence in a court of law; in medival England usually 12 neighbors who answered questions about the facts of a case for the royal judge

          

  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. Constantinopleleading bishops who chose the future popes