Middle Ages Vocabulary
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the years between ancient and modern times (approximately 500- 1500 A.D.)
referring to the Middle Ages, as in "the medieval period"
A political system in which nobles are granted the use of lands that legally belong to their king, in exchange for their loyalty, military service, and protection of the people who live on the land
a person who was given land in medieval Europe in exchange for loyalty and service to a more powerful lord
a man who served as a soldier for a lord in exchange for honor and land
a section of land given to vassals in medieval Europe
a large estate, often including a main manor home, farms, and a village, ruled by a lord
a farm worker who was considered property of the manor on which he or she worked
people with authority to perform religious services
a city in the Holy Land (the area where Jesus lived and taught) which is thought to be sacred by Christians, Muslims, and Jews
a medieval organization of crafts workers or tradespeople
a series of military missions launched by Christian Europeans to win the Holy Land back from Muslim control
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