Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
McB Ch. 4 Vocab (crossword)
Terms in this set (16)
this french dynasty of rulers descended from Charlemagne
this city in east-central france gave birth to monastic reform in 910. the first abbey there began with twelve monks committed to renewing the rule of st. benedict
this order of so-called "white-monks"-after the color of their habits-was founded by the cluniac monk st. robert of molesme in 1098. this order adopted the benedictine rule and placed a special emphasis on austerities, farming, simplicity, and strictness in daily life
a remission before God of temporal punishment due to sins, the guilt of which having already been forgiven through the sacrament of penance
this system organized the politics, economy, and social life of medieval europe after the split of the carolingian empire, this is a relatively simple arrangement in which a commoner pays a landowner in labor or services in return for the lord's military protection
latin for "good men", these groups of thirty or more highly respected and independent men, both laymen and priests, were summoned during the Inquisition to give verdict on cases and decide punishment
arising out of the necessity to defend the holy places in palestine as well as the pilgrims who traveled there, these combined both military and religious life, emphasizing dedication, discipline, and monastic organization
a special judge appointed by the pope during the inquisition who examined and judged the doctrinal opinions and moral conduct of suspicious individuals
term of grace
the procedure for inquisition began this month-long period that allowed for the inhabitants of a heresy-ridden district to appear before the inquisitor, confess, and perform penance
from the latin for "cross", this refers to a war of a religious character, specifically to a series of eight defensive military expeditions between 1096 and 1270 undertaken by christians to liberate the holy land and stop the violent expansion of islam
age of st. bernard
the middle of the twelfth century, during which st. bernard of clairvaux exhibited enormous influence by counseling rulers, bishops, and popes
selling ecclesiastical offices, pardons, or emoluments
treaty of verdun
signed in 843, this divided the carolingian empire into three regions, which led to the eventual destruction of the empire
vicar of christ
this title was adopted by pope innocent iii rather than the earlier title, vicar of st. peter. this title emphasizes innocent iii's understanding of the pope as a representative of christ himself
the appointment of bishops and abbots by secular rulers
imprisonment for those who recanted their heresy because of fear of punishment or death
Sets with similar terms
Church History Edline Quiz 4
Religion 3rd Quarter
ch 9 vocab
Other sets by this creator
A Doll's House Test: Themes and Symbols
A Doll's House Test: Plot Info
A Doll's House Test: Characters
A Doll's House Test: Background
If French soldiers had sacked an English town, would the account have been different?
How did areas under Bolshevik control make it easier for the Bolsheviks to defeat the White forces?
Why would Austria desire cooperation from the German states if it wanted to wage war on France?
What does Saint-Simon reveal about the role of the nobility at Louis XIV's court?
Recommended textbook solutions
Ways of the World: A Global History
Robert W. Strayer
America's History for the AP Course
Eric Hinderaker, James A. Henretta, Rebecca Edwards, Robert O. Self
By the People: A History of the United States, AP Edition
James W. Fraser
John Lund, Paul S. Vickery, P. Scott Corbett, Todd Pfannestiel, Volker Janssen
what did Nazis do with their new power?
The crusaders brought back the works of --- philosophers, which influenced the Scholastics of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, including Thomas Aquinas.
The worldview of the Renaissance artists resulted in art that was
All knowledge is based on superstition so from this point on he will only take knowledge based on fact