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causes of the christian crusades?
began in an effort to rescue jerusalem from muslim turks.
most gothic churches were dedicated to?
the virgin mary.
indirect and excommunication
methods by which the catholic church maintained it's authority.
pointed arches, rib vaults and stained glass windows.
round arches with stone vaults in upper zones of nave and side-aisles. latin cross plan on grander scale.
innovations of the middle ages?
tropes and polyphony.
influences of courtly love on modern times?
shaped modern concepts of gender.
the unique characteristics of dante's commedia?
numerology, historical figures, and allegory.
who benefited from the crusades?
the catholic church.
who was saint francis and why was he special?
renounced his privileged life at age 24 and rejected a clustered life, dedicating himself to preaching and serving the god.
who was hildegard of bingen? what is she known for?
saw visions that she recorded in the "scivias" ("know the ways of the lord") that she claimed came a voice from heaven.
in the summa theologica, aquinas concludes that women?
are imperfect in form but created to fulfill a purpose in god's plan.
four major pilgrimage routes linked cities in france with the favorite shrine of christian pilgrims. what are the routes and shrine?
cathedral of santigo de compostela in northern spain.
the tang and song eras were a golden age of? what are some of the innovations of these eras?
the primary subject of a chanson de geste was?
the hymn that came to serve the roman catholic requiem (mass for the dead) during the medieval era was?
the term "christendom" refers to the?
christian community of the middle ages.
what were the sacraments by which medieval christians hoped to receive the grace of god, and when were they codified?
were codified by an early thirteen century church council.
the first novel in world history was written by?
japanese samurai followed a warrior code known as?
what are the major differences between giotto's and cimabue's madonna enthroned?
cimabue gave mary a more idealistic appearance while giotto gave her a more realistic appearance.
what are some characteristics of 12th century troubadours?
poet-musician of medieval southern france.
games of combat imitating medieval warfare were called?
the bayeux tapestry recorded which historical event?
norman invasion of england in 1066.
different roles in medieval feudalism?
kings and monarchs, nobles, knights and vassals, and peasants and serfs.
role of the serfs?
to farm the land and work on the manors.
role of the knights?
to work as a soldier to protect the lord.
role of the lord?
took care of his vassals and protected them, also made the laws and acted as a judge.
an important center of learning in charlemagne's time was the palace-school at?
the palace school at aachean.
the most numerous and impressive landmarks of the carolingian renaissance were?
the carolingian renaissance depended greatly on?
the landmark event known as the battle of hastings is famously recorded in?
the bayeux tapestry.
the interlace designs of the book of kells are most similar to the patterns on?
metalwork artifacts from germanic graves.
the battle of adrianople led to?
the germanic invasion of the west.
the landmark literature of the germanic tribes took the form of?
the intellectual elite of tang and song china were deeply influenced by?
medieval music-drama originated with the
embellishment of the mass.
the writings of which classical philosopher had the greatest influence on the rise of medieval scholasticism?
the popular medieval drama everyman is an example of a?
the protagonist of the medieval drama everyman discovers that his only hope for salvation rests with good works and?
the grace of god.
the university at bologna, one of the first of the medieval universities, was dedicated primarily to the study of?
according to medieval catholic teachings, what was the intermediate realm where christians were punished for repented sins that had not been expiated before their deaths?
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