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Social Studies World History Chapter 10 Sections 2-3 Terms & People

World History Chapter 10 Sections 2 & 3 Terms & People
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Lay Investiture
Secular rulers usually both chose nominees to church offices & gave them the symbols of their office.
Interdict
forbids priests from giving sacraments of the Church to a particular group.
Sacraments
Christian rites
Heresy
the denial of basic Church doctrines
Inquisition
Holy office
Relics
usually bones of saints or objects connected with saints that were considered worthy of worship
Pope Gregory VII
1073 - 1085;
Pope Gregory VII
fought against lay investiture.
Henry IV
the king of Germany;
Henry IV
fought with Gregory VII
Pope Innocent III
during his papacy in the 13th century, the Catholic Church reached the height of its political power.
Hildegard Of Bingen
became abbess of a religious house for females in W. Germany;
Hildegard Of Bingen
one of the first women composers.
Saint Francis of Assisi
born to a wealthy Italian merchant family;
Saint Francis of Assisi
family captured, imprisoned, then became poor, lived in poverty.
Theology
the study of religion of God;
Theology
the most highly regarded subject of the medieval university.
Scholasticism
tried to reconcile faith & reason to show that was accepted on faith was in harmony with what could be learned through reason and experience.
Vernacular
the language of everyday speech in a particular region
Vernacular
Literature began coming out in this instead of Latin.
Aristotle
his works upset many Christian theologians;
Aristotle
arrived at conclusions by rational thought, not by faith;
Aristotle
some of his ideas contradicted the teachings of the Church
Saint Thomas Aquinas
made the most famous attempt to reconcile Aristotle with the doctrines of Christianity;
Saint Thomas Aquinas
best known for his Summa Theologica;
Saint Thomas Aquinas
posed a question, "Does God Exist?"