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Arts and Humanities
History of Europe
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Between ancient times and modern times
The middle age
Phisical features of its surface
people who are trained and ordained for religious services
A secluded community
A religous community for women known as nuns
follower of a polytheistic religion
someone who tries to convert others to a particular religion
person believed to be especially holy
sacred rites of Christianity, such as baptism and communion
large community of Christians spread across the world
in medieval Europe, noblemen who received land from other noblemen in return for their services
estate granted by a lord to a vassal
warrior mounted on horseback
code of conduct in medieval Europe that required knights to be brave, loyal, and honest
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