5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Fredrick Barbarossa
- Summa Theologiae
- a written by Thomas Aquinas and in the book he attempted to answer 631 philosophical questions about God and the universe
- b A boy who acted as a knight's attendant as the first stage of training for chivalric knighthood.
- c a 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
- d elected for king of germany by the seven princes, first ruler to call his lands The Holy Roman Empire, invaded rich cities of italy,,
- e in medieval france people who lived in burghs or towns rather than in rular areas
5 Multiple choice questions
- A farming system whereby two of the three fields were cultivated while the third field was left fallow to recover its fertility. The crops were then rotated so that a different field was left fallow
- at around of age 14 the page became the squire, he helped the knight with his armor and weapons and he practiced his own skills with sword and lance on horseback
- Italian town in which Henry IV begged forgivness from pope Gregory VII
- William's grandson, increased roayl power, sent judges around the country to collect taxes, settle lawsuits, and punish crimes, introduced the jury
- land left unseeded during a growing season
5 True/False questions
university → an order from the pope prohibitinhg Church ceremonies in the lands of a ruler who is disobedient to the pope
Byzantine empire → 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.
Gregory VII → pope who excommunicated Henry IV and proved the real power for church. Forgave Henry IV
Battle of Leganon → heroic poem(chansons de geste)that praised the courage of the band of French soldiers led by Roland who perished in battle during Charlemagne's reign
Concordat of Worms → 1122, a compromise reached by the Church and the emperor that the Church alone would grant a bishop his ring and staff, symbols of Church office. The emperor kept to grant that bishops the lands that went with the office.