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  1. Dominic
  2. Song of Roland
  3. Canossa
  4. Gothic
  5. Francis of Assisi
  1. a Italian town in which Henry IV begged forgivness from pope Gregory VII
  2. b 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
  3. c earliest order of friars, who got name from Dominic, a spenish priest who walked barefoot through southern France and preached against heresy. Was a scholar.
  4. d a style of architecture developed in northern France that spread throughout Europe between the 12th and 16th centuries; characterized by slender vertical piers and counterbalancing buttresses and by vaulting and pointed arches developed by Suger
  5. e son of a rich merchant who gave up of his wealth and turned to preaching when he was about 20 years old

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. most celebrated woman by troubadours was queen of England and mother of Richard Lionheart
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. made love subject of study like law or logic and she made the Court of Love daughter of Elenor of Aquitaine
  5. leading bishops who chose the future popes

5 True/False questions

  1. apprenticeearliest order of friars, who got name from Dominic, a spenish priest who walked barefoot through southern France and preached against heresy. Was a scholar.

          

  2. fairgatherings on which goods were sold

          

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

          

  4. friargatherings on which goods were sold

          

  5. chivalrya member of the Roman Catholic Church who takes the same vows as a monk but travels around preaching instead of living in a monastery