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22 terms
History Middle Ages Vocabulary
The Franks
Monasteries
Convents
Holy Roman Empire
A group of Germanic tribes. They became allies of the Romans…
A community of monks
Religious community for nuns
Loose federation of mostly German states and principalities,…
The Franks
A group of Germanic tribes. They became allies of the Romans…
Monasteries
A community of monks
31 terms
English Literature: Middle Ages History
The title of William the Conqueror
The year that William the Conqueror in…
the Anglo-Saxon king who was defeated…
the battle involved between King Harol…
Duke of Normandy
1066
King Harold
Battle of Hastings
The title of William the Conqueror
Duke of Normandy
The year that William the Conqueror in…
1066
9 terms
history middle ages vocabulary
interdict
medieval
grievous
Pope Urban
is a military term for the act of delaying, disrupting, or de…
Another name for the Middle Ages.
Causing sorrow or pain; serious
Leader of the Roman Catholic Church who asked European Christ…
interdict
is a military term for the act of delaying, disrupting, or de…
medieval
Another name for the Middle Ages.
17 terms
History Vocabulary-Middle Ages
Feudalism
monastery
secular
lord
the legal and social system that evolved in Western Europe in…
a religious community of men, called monks, who have given up…
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
a person who controlled land and could grant estates to vassals
Feudalism
the legal and social system that evolved in Western Europe in…
monastery
a religious community of men, called monks, who have given up…
20 terms
History Middle Ages vocabulary
Byzantine Empire
black death
castle
Charlemage
the eastern half of the Roman Empire that was one of the stro…
a deadly disease that spreads through much of Europe during t…
defensive fortifications where a lord or kings would live
king of the Frank and the first Holy Roman Emperors, Charlema…
Byzantine Empire
the eastern half of the Roman Empire that was one of the stro…
black death
a deadly disease that spreads through much of Europe during t…
18 terms
History Middle Ages Vocabulary
Charlemagne
Leif Erikson
Alfred the Great
William the Conqueror
king of Franks from 768 to 814; he united much of France, Ger…
Norwegian explorer; he led a group of Vikings to North Americ…
King of Wessex from 871 to 899; he defeated Danish invaders a…
king of England from 1027 to 1087; he was a powerful French n…
Charlemagne
king of Franks from 768 to 814; he united much of France, Ger…
Leif Erikson
Norwegian explorer; he led a group of Vikings to North Americ…
History Middle Ages Vocabulary
medieval
feudalism
feudal contract
chivalry
the period of history between ancient and modern times
loosely organized system of government in which Lord's and pe…
exchange of pledges between lords and vassals
code of conduct for knights in the middle ages
medieval
the period of history between ancient and modern times
feudalism
loosely organized system of government in which Lord's and pe…
25 terms
History- Middle Ages Vocabulary
Middle Ages​
Franks
​Monastery
Secular​
The era in Roman history that followed the fall of the Roman…
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of gaul a…
A community of monks who have given up their possessions to d…
Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
Middle Ages​
The era in Roman history that followed the fall of the Roman…
Franks
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of gaul a…
History vocabulary Middle Ages
Thirty Years War
Humanism
Petrarch and Leonardo Bruni
Anglicans
war between protestants and catholic in Europe for the right…
renaissance movement that turned from religious thoughts to a…
Renaissance humanists
the church of England, and supported during Henry the 8's rei…
Thirty Years War
war between protestants and catholic in Europe for the right…
Humanism
renaissance movement that turned from religious thoughts to a…
22 terms
History Vocabulary Middle Ages
The Franks
Monasteries
Convents
Holy Roman Empire
Germanic people from Gaul (modern day France and Switzerland)
Religious communities built by the church for men (monks)
Religious communities built by the church for women (nuns)
Empire begun by Charlemagne
The Franks
Germanic people from Gaul (modern day France and Switzerland)
Monasteries
Religious communities built by the church for men (monks)
26 terms
Middle Ages Vocabulary History
Clovis
Charlemagne
Pepin the Short
Louis the Pious
Very powerful leader of the Franks
Was known as Charles the great and united most of Western Eur…
Was Charles Martels son who can into power. The lombards were…
Charlemanges son and had 3 sons who signed the treaty of verd…
Clovis
Very powerful leader of the Franks
Charlemagne
Was known as Charles the great and united most of Western Eur…
15 terms
History Vocabulary: Middle Ages
Medieval
Religious Order
Fief
Serf
Related to Middle Ages
Community of men or women devoted to prayer and service and b…
A grant of land under feudalism
A peasant who was legally "tied" to the lords land and could…
Medieval
Related to Middle Ages
Religious Order
Community of men or women devoted to prayer and service and b…
15 terms
History (The Middle Ages Vocabulary)
culture
medieval
barbarian
pope
the way of life of a group of people including their customs,…
relating to the Middle Ages
(1) historically: a person who did not speak Greek or Latin (…
the bishop of Rome. The pope is considered by Catholics to be…
culture
the way of life of a group of people including their customs,…
medieval
relating to the Middle Ages
17 terms
History Vocabulary-Middle ages
Medieval
Feudalism
Manorialism
Pilgrimage
Extremely old fasion
A social system in which people worked and fought for nobles…
...
A religious trip to a sacred land
Medieval
Extremely old fasion
Feudalism
A social system in which people worked and fought for nobles…
25 terms
History Vocabulary for the Middle Ages
Monastery
Feudalism
Fief
Vassal
A religious community formed by monks.
A social and political arrangement that developed in Europe a…
Large estates which were owned by warriors who served the king.
Subjects or people who owned the fiefs.
Monastery
A religious community formed by monks.
Feudalism
A social and political arrangement that developed in Europe a…
50 terms
Early Middle Ages, Early Middle Ages (WorldHistory), Early Middle Ages (People), Early Middle Ages Vocabulary
knights
Feudalism
Papacy
serfs
a soldier in the past who had a high social rank and who foug…
a political system based on mutual obligations in which noble…
of or relating to the pope or the government of the Roman Cat…
Peasants on a manor who were bound to the land. People who ga…
knights
a soldier in the past who had a high social rank and who foug…
Feudalism
a political system based on mutual obligations in which noble…
25 terms
World History middle ages
Gothic Style
Urban II
Crusade
Saladin
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
A holy war. Specifically a number of wars in which medieval C…
The powerful leader of the Muslims during the third crusade w…
Gothic Style
A type of European architecture that developed in the Middle…
Urban II
He was the Pope who called for the first Crusade in 1095. He…
12 terms
History Early Middle Ages Vocabulary
Clovis
Medieval
Franks
Charles Martel
🔸 King Clovis... 🔸Established one of the Germanic kingdoms that…
🔸The culture of the Middle Ages 🔸 Come's from the latin word…
🔸One the Germanic tribes that conquered parts of the Roman em…
🔸When a Muslim army crossed into France he rallied Frankish w…
Clovis
🔸 King Clovis... 🔸Established one of the Germanic kingdoms that…
Medieval
🔸The culture of the Middle Ages 🔸 Come's from the latin word…
15 terms
Dale English Middle Ages Vocabulary
Chivalry
Clergy
Crusade
Fief
Code of conduct for knights during the Middle Ages
Church officials
A series of holy wars from 1096-1270 AD undertaken by Europea…
land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty an…
Chivalry
Code of conduct for knights during the Middle Ages
Clergy
Church officials
48 terms
World History: Middle Ages
Medieval
Feudal System
Knight
Turret
Another name for the Middle Ages (500 AD - 1400 AD)
System of government in the Middle Ages with the King at the…
Professional soldier on horseback
Towers in a castle where defenders could watch for attackers.
Medieval
Another name for the Middle Ages (500 AD - 1400 AD)
Feudal System
System of government in the Middle Ages with the King at the…
20 terms
Middle Ages Vocabulary
Barbarian
Medieval/Middle Ages
Feudalism
Monarch
a person belonging to a tribe or group that is considered unc…
the period in Western Europe between 500-1500 AD
a political system in which nobles are granted the use of lan…
king or queen
Barbarian
a person belonging to a tribe or group that is considered unc…
Medieval/Middle Ages
the period in Western Europe between 500-1500 AD
25 terms
World History 1: Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Monastery
Charlemagne
Secular
Period of European history from 500-1500. It was marked by th…
Religious community of people devoting their lives to worship…
Powerful Frankish ruler who was crowned Emperor by the pope,…
During the Middle Ages, the pope had religious authority as w…
Middle Ages
Period of European history from 500-1500. It was marked by th…
Monastery
Religious community of people devoting their lives to worship…
45 terms
World History- Middle Ages Vocabulary
mayors of the palace
missi dominici
fief
vassal
the most powerful people in the kingdom
messengers of the lord
a grant of land made to a vassal
a man who served a lord in a military capacity; controlled land
mayors of the palace
the most powerful people in the kingdom
missi dominici
messengers of the lord
22 terms
Middle Ages Vocabulary History Quiz
Charlemagne
Feudalism
Knights Templar
Lord
King of Frank's who conquered much of Europe and spread Chris…
Political and social system of the Middle Ages in Europe, in…
An order of chivalry where knights had to swear oaths of pove…
Powerful landowner
Charlemagne
King of Frank's who conquered much of Europe and spread Chris…
Feudalism
Political and social system of the Middle Ages in Europe, in…
12 terms
Vocabulary - Middle Ages
feudalism
plague
Crusades
Magna Carta
a system defined by loyalty to a ruler who owns land on which…
a disease that spreads quickly and kills many people
a series of holy wars initially launched by western Christian…
a document that placed limits on the king's power
feudalism
a system defined by loyalty to a ruler who owns land on which…
plague
a disease that spreads quickly and kills many people
17 terms
History Feudalism and Middle Ages Vocabulary
Feudalism
Monastery
Secular
Lord
The legal and social system that envolved in Western Europe i…
A religious community of men, called monks, who have given up…
Concerned with wordly rather than spiritual matters
A person who controlled land and could grant estates to vassals
Feudalism
The legal and social system that envolved in Western Europe i…
Monastery
A religious community of men, called monks, who have given up…
36 terms
World History, Middle Ages
Hundred Years War
Interdict
Henry IV
Lay of Investiture
War between England and France over land in France.
When a pope withholds the sacraments from an entire region.
Holy Roman Emperor who exhibited the conflict between the chu…
The right of kings to appoint religious officials (specifical…
Hundred Years War
War between England and France over land in France.
Interdict
When a pope withholds the sacraments from an entire region.
35 terms
World History: Middle Ages Vocabulary
Magna Carta
fief
crusades
vassal
great charter of limited power for a monarch
grant of land to a vassal
military expeditions against Muslims
man who served a lord in a military capacity
Magna Carta
great charter of limited power for a monarch
fief
grant of land to a vassal
26 terms
World History Unit 2 Vocabulary - Middle Ages
Edict of Milan
Justinian's code
Dark Ages
Battle of Tours
established by Roman ruler Constantine who also granted toler…
preserves Roman law & influences modern law.
From about 500-1000 Europe was in political, economic, and so…
stopped the Muslims from advancing into Western Europe
Edict of Milan
established by Roman ruler Constantine who also granted toler…
Justinian's code
preserves Roman law & influences modern law.
27 terms
World History Vocabulary; The Middle Ages
Sacrament
Benedictine Rule
Secular
Papal Supremacy
A sacred right of the church
Regulations for monastic life created by a monk named Benedict
Nonreligious; having to do with the worldly, not the religious
Authority of the pope over all the secular rules
Sacrament
A sacred right of the church
Benedictine Rule
Regulations for monastic life created by a monk named Benedict
23 terms
World history Middle Ages vocabulary
Charlemagne
Middle ages
Franks
Monastery
Also known as Charles the great or Charles 1, was king of the…
The erain european history thy followed the fall if the roman…
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul a…
A religious community of men (called monks) who have given up…
Charlemagne
Also known as Charles the great or Charles 1, was king of the…
Middle ages
The erain european history thy followed the fall if the roman…
13 terms
World History- Middle Ages Vocabulary
fief
vassal
knights
serfs
a grant of land made to a vassal
a man who served a lord in a military capacity; controlled land
mounted warriors who protected the fief, castle, and king
landless peasants who formed the land in exchange for food, s…
fief
a grant of land made to a vassal
vassal
a man who served a lord in a military capacity; controlled land
39 terms
Middle Ages - World History
Baptism
Black Death
Byzantine Empire
Canon Law
A sacrament in the medieval church - babies are sprinkled wit…
Major epidemic in the mid 1300s. Probably the bubonic plague.…
The remains of the Eastern Roman Empire, centered in Constant…
Church law
Baptism
A sacrament in the medieval church - babies are sprinkled wit…
Black Death
Major epidemic in the mid 1300s. Probably the bubonic plague.…
22 terms
World History Vocabulary for Middle Ages
The Franks
Monasteries
Convents
Holy Roman Empire
germanic peoples who settled in the roman province of Gaul an…
religious communities built by the church for men (monks)
religious communities built by the church for women (nuns)
empire begun by Charlemagne
The Franks
germanic peoples who settled in the roman province of Gaul an…
Monasteries
religious communities built by the church for men (monks)
26 terms
Nyana History The Middle Ages Vocabulary
Medieval
Pope
Monk
Sacrament
The word is the combination of 2 Latin words medius (middle)…
This word comes from the Latin word for "farther". He was the…
They were clergymen that rarely had contact with the outside…
Religious ceremonies people were told they had to participate…
Medieval
The word is the combination of 2 Latin words medius (middle)…
Pope
This word comes from the Latin word for "farther". He was the…
36 terms
History: Life in the Middle Ages Vocabulary
Armor
Bishop
Cardinal
Castle
a covering of iron worn by knights for protection in battle
a church official who oversaw the work of priests within thei…
a high official of the Catholic Church who was appointed by t…
where the lord and his knights lived; usually built on a clif…
Armor
a covering of iron worn by knights for protection in battle
Bishop
a church official who oversaw the work of priests within thei…
28 terms
World History Vocabulary Unit 6 - Middle Ages
Knights
Hundred Years' War
Parliament
Flying Buttress
In medieval Europe, nobles who were members of a lord's heavi…
(1337-1453) War fought between France and England for control…
The governing body of England
An arched stone support on the outside of buildings which all…
Knights
In medieval Europe, nobles who were members of a lord's heavi…
Hundred Years' War
(1337-1453) War fought between France and England for control…
History English Middle Ages Chapter 10
Alfred the Great
"The Great"
Britania
shires
______ took over rule of Wessex in 871 AD and was determined…
Alfred was called _____ because he stopped 2 Viking raids
_____ conquered by Angles and Saxons
_____ were small kingdoms ( government district in early Engl…
Alfred the Great
______ took over rule of Wessex in 871 AD and was determined…
"The Great"
Alfred was called _____ because he stopped 2 Viking raids
13 terms
Early Middle Ages (Vocabulary)
Middle Ages/ Medieval Period
Classical
Secular
Monastery
A period of conflict, instability, and slow cultural advances…
Of, or relating to, ancient Greek and Roman culture.
Non-religious or worldly.
Small religious communities.
Middle Ages/ Medieval Period
A period of conflict, instability, and slow cultural advances…
Classical
Of, or relating to, ancient Greek and Roman culture.
44 terms
Early Middle Ages (WorldHistory), Early Middle Ages (People), Early Middle Ages Vocabulary
Franks
Muslims
Augustine of Hippo (St Augustine)
Benedictine Monks
French, Charlemagne-Frankish King, reunites Europe
Conquer and Convert, want land, Conquer small villages to get…
"City of God," told people not to give up God is with them, s…
"Benedict Rule,"Established Benedict monasteries
Franks
French, Charlemagne-Frankish King, reunites Europe
Muslims
Conquer and Convert, want land, Conquer small villages to get…
43 terms
World History Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Franks
Monastery
Secular
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
The Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their l…
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Things concerned with worldly matters rather than spiritual,…
Middle Ages
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
The Germanic people who lived and held power in Gaul. Their l…
74 terms
History (Late Middle Ages)
Abbot Suger of St. Denis
Louis VI of France
contest between towns
The Bubonic Plague
-childhood friends with Louis VI of France... -became his main a…
-childhood friends with Abbot Suger of St. Denis... -he became h…
trying to build the highest cathedral
type of plague
Abbot Suger of St. Denis
-childhood friends with Louis VI of France... -became his main a…
Louis VI of France
-childhood friends with Abbot Suger of St. Denis... -he became h…
49 terms
World History Vocabulary: Middles Ages
Vikings
Fuedalism
Manor System
Lord
A nomadic group that conquered many places.
A political system in which nobles are granted the use of lan…
The relationship that keep the system flowing. In the feudali…
A person who controlled land and could therefore grant estate…
Vikings
A nomadic group that conquered many places.
Fuedalism
A political system in which nobles are granted the use of lan…
5 terms
world History: Middle Ages
Charles the Hammer and the Battle of T…
Charlemagne, the Emperor of Romans (80…
Treaty of Verdun (843 AD)
The Ottonian Holy Roman Empire of Germ…
Charles Martel, also known as Charles the Hammer was a Franki…
Charlemagne or Charles the Great was a Frankish king who expa…
After his death, Louis the Pious was declared his successor w…
Otto I was the successor of Henry the Fowler, the duke of Sax…
Charles the Hammer and the Battle of T…
Charles Martel, also known as Charles the Hammer was a Franki…
Charlemagne, the Emperor of Romans (80…
Charlemagne or Charles the Great was a Frankish king who expa…
14 terms
Theatre History- Middle Ages
Feudalism
Trope
Mansions
Mystery Plays
An economic system in which peasants worked the land and paid…
Short dramatized scenes. Began in France.
Small platforms, also called stations.
Bible stories re-enacted
Feudalism
An economic system in which peasants worked the land and paid…
Trope
Short dramatized scenes. Began in France.
19 terms
World History Middle Ages
topography
monks, missionaries,and knights
Saint Patrick
Charlemagne
shape and elevation of the land in a region
people who were most important in spreading Christianity
converted the Irish to Christianity
He wanted to gain great power in Europe
topography
shape and elevation of the land in a region
monks, missionaries,and knights
people who were most important in spreading Christianity
14 terms
Middle Ages Vocabulary
Franks
Carolingian
Holy Roman Empire
Charlemagne
Germanic people who spread from the Rhine into the Roman Empi…
of or relating to the Frankish dynasty founded by Charlemagne…
French-German-Italian Empire begun by Charlemagne
king of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor
Franks
Germanic people who spread from the Rhine into the Roman Empi…
Carolingian
of or relating to the Frankish dynasty founded by Charlemagne…
34 terms
Middle Ages Vocabulary
Manorialism
Serf
Mass
Clergy
Economic system in which a lord provided land to serfs in exc…
A peasant bound to the land and under the control of the land…
Roman Catholic church service
Priests and others in a religious service
Manorialism
Economic system in which a lord provided land to serfs in exc…
Serf
A peasant bound to the land and under the control of the land…
41 terms
History~Middle Ages
Church was the largest ____
Seven Sacrament
Dominant force in the Middle Ages
What was achieved through sacraments
landowner in Western Europe
baptism, confirmation, matrimony, penance, extreme unction, h…
Catholic Church
Salvation, the ability to go to Heaven
Church was the largest ____
landowner in Western Europe
Seven Sacrament
baptism, confirmation, matrimony, penance, extreme unction, h…
16 terms
History Vocab- Middle Ages
Feudalism
Vassal
Serf
Chivalry
The dominant social system in medieval Europe
A holder of land by feudal tenure on conditions of homage and…
An agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work…
The medieval knightly system with its religious, moral, and s…
Feudalism
The dominant social system in medieval Europe
Vassal
A holder of land by feudal tenure on conditions of homage and…
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