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  1. interdict
  2. Cluny
  3. fair
  4. simony
  5. chivalry
  1. a the buying and selling of church offices
  2. b a code of ideals demanding that a knight aid the poor, defend the weak, and fight bravely for his three masters: his earthly feudal lord, his heavenly Lord, and his chosen lady
  3. 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
  4. d an order from the pope prohibitinhg Church ceremonies in the lands of a ruler who is disobedient to the pope
  5. e gatherings on which goods were sold

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. religious beliefs or opinions that were were different from the dogma of the church
  2. the popes staff and advisors, supplied the pope with information, advice, and carried out decisions
  3. in medieval france people who lived in burghs or towns rather than in rular areas
  4. mock battles between knights
  5. William's grandson, increased roayl power, sent judges around the country to collect taxes, settle lawsuits, and punish crimes, introduced the jury

5 True/False questions

  1. Thomas Aquinasa style of architecture developed in Italy and western Europe between the Roman and the Gothic styles after 1000 AD; characterized by round arches and vaults and by the substitution of piers for columns and profuse ornament and arcades

          

  2. 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.

          

  3. Byzantine empirethe feudal ceremony of investiture performed by a person who is not a member of the clergy

          

  4. Inquisitionorganization of experts whose job was to find and judge heretics

          

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