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5 Matching questions

  1. interdict
  2. Thomas Aquinas
  3. Canossa
  4. heresy
  5. Lombard League
  1. a religious beliefs or opinions that were were different from the dogma of the church
  2. b scholar who found no conflict between faith and reason, believed that basic religious truth could be proven by logical argument, Dominican,University of Paris,wrote Summa Theologiae
  3. c an order from the pope prohibitinhg Church ceremonies in the lands of a ruler who is disobedient to the pope
  4. d the alliance of the pope and italian merchants to stop Fredrick Barbarossa
  5. e Italian town in which Henry IV begged forgivness from pope Gregory VII

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. made love subject of study like law or logic and she made the Court of Love daughter of Elenor of Aquitaine
  2. period from 1000 - 1300 when many churches were built, church leaders exterted enormous political and economic power, growth of European civilization
  3. the buying and selling of church offices
  4. battle for the throne of England fought between William the Conqueror and Harold Godwinson
  5. 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.

5 True/False questions

  1. faira 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. friargatherings on which goods were sold


  3. Otto the Great1 tenth of a family's yearly income that was given to the church


  4. William the ConquerorEnglish king who went to the kings crusade to recapture Jerusalem fought with Saladin but respected him, in the end they came to an agreement


  5. common lawthe law of the Roman Catholic church