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story of the world vol. 2 ch.3 (test review)

i copied the 6 beautiful terms from momof3sweets and added a few more....i have a 5th grader
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Augustine
Roman monk, sent to Britain
to convert the Anglo-Saxons
to Christianity and to establish
the authority of the Roman.
Monk
Men under religious vows who
live in a community and whose
work is usually centered on
their community, which is called
a monastery.
Monastery
the residence of a religious
community, esp of monks,
living in seclusion from secular
society and bound by religious
vows.
Pope
the bishop of Rome as head
of the Roman Catholic Church.
Parchment
the skin of sheep, goats, etc.,
prepared for use as a material
on which to write.
Scriptorium
a room, as in a monastery,
library, or other institution,
where manuscripts are stored,
read, or copied.
Christianity
religion that spread all through all the countries in the Roman Empire and survived the fall of the empire
597 ad
Augustine brought Christianity to Britain with 40 men
Ethelbert
ruled the southern part of Britain when Augustine arrived
Canterbury
town where Augustine settled and became the first Archbishop of Canterbury
Books in the Middle Ages
expensive, written by hand VERY CAREFULLY, took months to write
Taught the Anglo Saxons to Read and Write
Augustine and other Christians
Archbishop
leader of all the Christians in the Roman church in a certain area
It's a Monk's Life
a life of prayer, fasting, and meditation, church 8 times a day, studying the Bible, no wife or kids, live in a community, worked in the garden and all the jobs of the group, feed the poor, some used herbs to help the sick
abbot
chief monk
location of monasteries
Italy, Spain, Africa, and all countries that wer in Rome