Power of the Church and Crusades - Quiz Review
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This made the Catholic Church very wealthy during the Middle Ages.
This term means 'non-religious' and refers to the political power the Catholic Church had during the Middle Ages.
The Catholic Church owned the most of this in Europe during the Middle Ages.
This term refers to the leaders and workers of the Catholic Church.
These men were the least powerful clergy members but they had the most contact with the peasants of feudal Europe in the Middle Ages.
All people in Europe during the Middle Ages had to follow these.
This term refers to the power the Pope of the Catholic Church had to ban people from church services and activities.
An area of the Middle East, including Jerusalem, that is considered holy by Christians, Muslims and Jews.
Military missions or holy wars carried out by European Christians in order to take control of the Holy Land.
The Pope promised this to anyone who died either traveling to or fighting in the Crusades.
This increased between Europe and the Middle East because of the Crusades.
Towns and Cities
These began to grow more important in Europe as increased trade brought in new goods from the Middle East due to the Crusades.
People who returned to Europe from the Crusades brought these with them and greatly advanced the areas of science and mathematics.
The growth of trade and towns and the new freedom of serfs led to the decline and end of this way of life in Europe during the Middle Ages.
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