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European History and Middle Ages
pope
democracy
black plague
feudal system
Head of the Roman Catholic Church
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
A disease that engulfed Europe during the Middle Ages. It kil…
a king granted land to a lord, who in turn ran a supreme.
pope
Head of the Roman Catholic Church
democracy
A political system in which the supreme power lies in a body…
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World History European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Franks
Magyars
Vikings
Period of European history from 500 to 1500 AD marking the en…
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
Muslims who attacked Europe and converted to Christianity and…
A Germanic people that carried out fast and powerful raids on…
Middle Ages
Period of European history from 500 to 1500 AD marking the en…
Franks
A Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
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Middle ages European History
gaul
Franks
"Do nothing Kings"
Clovis
original French
germanic tribe who kick out Gaul and move into France
(until 700) civil war; nobles increasing power
Merogingian dynasty; united Gaul under one ruler; converted t…
gaul
original French
Franks
germanic tribe who kick out Gaul and move into France
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History-European Middle Ages
concordant
vassal
fief
knight
An agreement between the pope and ruler of a country.
A noble who served a lord of higher rank. IN return, the lord…
The grant given to a vassal where a vassal is given land and…
A vassal that received a fief. Warriors who fought on horseba…
concordant
An agreement between the pope and ruler of a country.
vassal
A noble who served a lord of higher rank. IN return, the lord…
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History European Middle Ages
what was the churches role in medieval…
how are pope Gregory VII and King Henr…
how did feudalism and the manorial sys…
why is Charlemagne important?
- The church was a government. It had the power to tax. It wa…
- blurred the lines between religion and politics... - after the…
feudalism and the manor system had a great effect on society…
The first christen emperor, he aimed to unite the former Roma…
what was the churches role in medieval…
- The church was a government. It had the power to tax. It wa…
how are pope Gregory VII and King Henr…
- blurred the lines between religion and politics... - after the…
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AP European History: The Middle Ages
Black Death Precursors
Black Death popular remedies
Black Death political/social consequen…
Black Death economic results
1348-1350... Precursor: overpopulation & malnutrition... Agricultur…
relevant medical knowledge absent... -Aromatic amulets... -Temperan…
Artisan guilds win some political power... Kings take advantage…
-Dramatic labor shortage, climbing wages for laborers & artis…
Black Death Precursors
1348-1350... Precursor: overpopulation & malnutrition... Agricultur…
Black Death popular remedies
relevant medical knowledge absent... -Aromatic amulets... -Temperan…
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Global History #8- European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Franks
monastery
secular
the era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
a Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
a religious community of men (called monks) who have given up…
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Middle Ages
the era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
a Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
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European History: Ch13- European Middle Ages
What were the 3 ways repeated barbaria…
Why did Greek & Roman culture almost d…
What bounded Germanic society together?
Gaul
Disruption of Trade: money issues develop.... Downfall of Cities…
Because Germanic invasions could not read or write and there…
Family ties & personal loyalty, rather that citizenship to a…
Led by the Franks.
What were the 3 ways repeated barbaria…
Disruption of Trade: money issues develop.... Downfall of Cities…
Why did Greek & Roman culture almost d…
Because Germanic invasions could not read or write and there…
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World History- Chapter 13- European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Franks
Clovis
Gregory I
the era that came after the decline of the Roman Empire, or t…
Germanic people that held power in Gaul
Ruled the Franks, brought Christianity to the region, prayed…
became the pope in 590
Middle Ages
the era that came after the decline of the Roman Empire, or t…
Franks
Germanic people that held power in Gaul
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European History Final- Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Feudalism
Crusades
High Middle Ages
400s-1400s
900s-1400s
1095-1292
1050-1450
Middle Ages
400s-1400s
Feudalism
900s-1400s
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World History European Middle Ages
Time period of Middle Ages
Start of Middle Ages
End of Middle Ages
Middle Ages' other names
500 AD to 1400 AD
Fall of Rome
Renaissance, Age of Exploration
Dark Ages, Medieval Period
Time period of Middle Ages
500 AD to 1400 AD
Start of Middle Ages
Fall of Rome
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European Middle Ages wld history
What is the canon law and what does it…
Who is Charlemagne and list a few acco…
A knight fought for
Explain in detail between a lord and a…
Church law of marriage and practices
Leader of franks,then emperor of the Romans and accomplishmen…
Chosen lady, heavenly lord and earthly feudal lord
In exchange for military protection and services a lord grant…
What is the canon law and what does it…
Church law of marriage and practices
Who is Charlemagne and list a few acco…
Leader of franks,then emperor of the Romans and accomplishmen…
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Freshman History- European Middle Ages
fall of rome
renaissance
exploration
dark ages
start of middle ages
end of middle ages
1400s AD
500s-1100s BC
fall of rome
start of middle ages
renaissance
end of middle ages
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European History: Late Middle Ages
Black Death, bubonic plaque
Hundred Years' War
Joan of Arc
John Wyecliff, Lollards
It was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history…
It was a series of conflicts waged from 1337 to 1453 by the H…
nicknamed "The Maid of Orléans" is considered a heroine of Fr…
Was an English Scholastic philosopher, theologian, lay preach…
Black Death, bubonic plaque
It was one of the most devastating pandemics in human history…
Hundred Years' War
It was a series of conflicts waged from 1337 to 1453 by the H…
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World History European Middle Ages
Charles Martel
Charlemagne
Gregory I
Richard the Lion-Hearted
Also know as the hammer. He stopped the moorish invasion of E…
He spread Christianity through conquests and protected the po…
The pope who started acting more like a king. He imposed taxe…
He lead the third crusade along with Phillip II of France and…
Charles Martel
Also know as the hammer. He stopped the moorish invasion of E…
Charlemagne
He spread Christianity through conquests and protected the po…
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The European Middle Ages History Test
Why is it the "middle"?
Start of the Middle Ages
End of the Middle Ages
Other names for Middle Ages
900-years period: ~500 AD to ~1400 AD
Fall of Rome (476 AD)
Renaissance, Age of Exploration (1400s AD)
"Dark Ages" (specifically 500-1100s)... Medieval Period
Why is it the "middle"?
900-years period: ~500 AD to ~1400 AD
Start of the Middle Ages
Fall of Rome (476 AD)
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AP European History - Late Middle Ages
King Edward III
French Advantages in the Hundred Years…
France Disadvantages in the early stag…
English Advantages in the Hundred Year…
King Edward III, grandson of Philip the Fair of France, may s…
France had 3 times the population of England. France was more…
In an attempt to raise funds, French kings depreciated the cu…
English kings were far shrewder. The English infantry was mor…
King Edward III
King Edward III, grandson of Philip the Fair of France, may s…
French Advantages in the Hundred Years…
France had 3 times the population of England. France was more…
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World History Chapter 13: European Middle Ages
middle ages
franks
monastery
secular
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (ro…
A religious community of men (called monks) who have given up…
Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
middle ages
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
franks
Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (ro…
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European History High Middle ages
Constantinople
Vassal
fief
manor
Capital of the Byzantine empire, taken over in the 4th crusade.
The noble rank under lords, ran manors and gave food to lords
a section of land owned by the serfs made to grow food for va…
a section of land owned by the vassal
Constantinople
Capital of the Byzantine empire, taken over in the 4th crusade.
Vassal
The noble rank under lords, ran manors and gave food to lords
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History Exam(European Middle Ages)
The achievement for which Charlemagne…
Germanic Tribes
According to the code of chivalry, a k…
Viking raids eventually ceased because…
building an empire lager than any since Rome
lived in small, closely knit communities... they had a strong t…
his lady ... his feudal lord ... his heavenly Lord
farming conditions in the Viking homeland improved
The achievement for which Charlemagne…
building an empire lager than any since Rome
Germanic Tribes
lived in small, closely knit communities... they had a strong t…
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European Middle Ages History (incomplete)
Two classic European cultures
Greece was taken over by...
Rome fell in...
600 A.D. was the time of
Greece and Rome
Rome
500 A.D.
time of Mohammad and Islam
Two classic European cultures
Greece and Rome
Greece was taken over by...
Rome
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European history through Middle Ages
Corinthian War
Battle of Leuctra
Diocletian
Romulus Augustus
Allies versus Sparta after Peloponnesian War
Thebans end Spartan hegemony over Greece (371 BC)
Established Roman Empire's tetrarchy
Last Western Roman Emperor
Corinthian War
Allies versus Sparta after Peloponnesian War
Battle of Leuctra
Thebans end Spartan hegemony over Greece (371 BC)
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World History-European Middle Ages
Clovis
Mayor of the palace
Charlemagne
Manor
An important Frankish ruler in 481
The leading palace official
Also known as "Charles The Great". ... The most famous members o…
An estate back in the early middle ages that was owned by a w…
Clovis
An important Frankish ruler in 481
Mayor of the palace
The leading palace official
History Standard European: Middle Ages
Fall of Rome
Christianity in the Roman Empire
Diocletian
Constantine
180-285 AD, constant civil war in Rome Crippled Roman Economy…
Grew rapidly, with Constantine as emperor. Christianity becam…
284-311 AD, Emperer who divided empire two parts, instituted…
Came to power in 312, first christian emperor. Edict of Milan…
Fall of Rome
180-285 AD, constant civil war in Rome Crippled Roman Economy…
Christianity in the Roman Empire
Grew rapidly, with Constantine as emperor. Christianity becam…
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Adair History Chapter 13: European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
The roots of medieval culture in weste…
what are the ways that civilization in…
Pope Gregory I most important achievem…
Decline of Roman Empire; also called medieval period
Classical heritage of Rome... Beliefs of the Roman Catholic Chur…
disruption of trade: businesses collapsed... downfall of cities:…
The papacy (pope's office) became secular (worldly, power inv…
Middle Ages
Decline of Roman Empire; also called medieval period
The roots of medieval culture in weste…
Classical heritage of Rome... Beliefs of the Roman Catholic Chur…
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AP European History || The Middle Ages ||
A.D. 476: Romulus Augustulus was remov…
Gaul, Frankland, Rome, Spain, Carthage…
Monks in Western Europe copied down Ro…
Trade, the disappearing bourgeoisie, e…
When did the Middle Ages begin?
What areas of Western Europe were Christianized during the Mi…
How were classical (Greek and Roman) texts preserved during t…
What technologies were lost during the Dark Ages (c. 500 - 10…
A.D. 476: Romulus Augustulus was remov…
When did the Middle Ages begin?
Gaul, Frankland, Rome, Spain, Carthage…
What areas of Western Europe were Christianized during the Mi…
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World History- European Middle Ages
What were the middle ages?
Disruption of trade
Downfall of cities
Population Shifts
Medieval years that a new society emerged.
Merchants faced invasions, business collapsed
cities were abandoned as centers of administration.
nobles treated to rural areas
What were the middle ages?
Medieval years that a new society emerged.
Disruption of trade
Merchants faced invasions, business collapsed
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AP European History (Renaissance & Middle Ages)
The highly infectious nature of the Bl…
The spread of literacy in the 1300s wa…
What was the direct cause of the Hundr…
Why were the English Kings supported b…
Urban congestion and a lack of sanitation
The needs of commerce and government
King Philip VI of France's seizure of Aquitane
The French Barons wanted to stop the French Monarchy's centra…
The highly infectious nature of the Bl…
Urban congestion and a lack of sanitation
The spread of literacy in the 1300s wa…
The needs of commerce and government
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Global History #8- European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Franks
monastery
secular
the era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
a Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
a religious community of men (called monks) who have given up…
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Middle Ages
the era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
a Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
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AP European History - Late Middle Ages
King Edward III
French Advantages in the Hundred Years…
France Disadvantages in the early stag…
English Advantages in the Hundred Year…
King Edward III, grandson of Philip the Fair of France, may s…
France had 3 times the population of England. France was more…
In an attempt to raise funds, French kings depreciated the cu…
English kings were far shrewder. The English infantry was mor…
King Edward III
King Edward III, grandson of Philip the Fair of France, may s…
French Advantages in the Hundred Years…
France had 3 times the population of England. France was more…
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World History Chapter 13 European Middle Ages
lord
fief
vassal
knights
a medieval landowner
An estate granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for servi…
in feudal Europe, a person who received a grant of land from…
mounted horsemen who pledged to defend their lord's land in e…
lord
a medieval landowner
fief
An estate granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for servi…
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Global History #8- European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Franks
monastery
secular
the era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
a Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
a religious community of men (called monks) who have given up…
concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters.
Middle Ages
the era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Franks
a Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (…
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AP European History Unit 1: Middle Ages
Jacob Fugger
Black Death
Dauphin
Bloodletting
- Born: March 6, 1459... - Died: December 30, 1525 (66 years old…
- Western Europe from 1347- 1351... - Started from fleas and rat…
- The eldest son of the King of France... - Charles VII of Franc…
- Withdrawal of blood from a patient to cure or prevent illne…
Jacob Fugger
- Born: March 6, 1459... - Died: December 30, 1525 (66 years old…
Black Death
- Western Europe from 1347- 1351... - Started from fleas and rat…
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History chapter 13 European Middle Ages
500-1500
The lifestyle of German barbarians
Because of the lack of leadership the…
Who were literate
The years the time period often refered to ad the age of fait…
Greco Roman culture was being replaced gradually by...
Rural
Priest and other church officials
500-1500
The years the time period often refered to ad the age of fait…
The lifestyle of German barbarians
Greco Roman culture was being replaced gradually by...
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WORLD HISTORY EUROPEAN MIDDLE AGES VOCAB
Latifundia
Monastery
Papacy
Papal states
Farm land
A place people that devote their lives to God live
Office of the pope
City state that pope controlled
Latifundia
Farm land
Monastery
A place people that devote their lives to God live
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AP European History - Late Middle Ages
King Edward III
French Advantages in the Hundred Years…
France Disadvantages in the early stag…
English Advantages in the Hundred Year…
King Edward III, grandson of Philip the Fair of France, may s…
France had 3 times the population of England. France was more…
In an attempt to raise funds, French kings depreciated the cu…
English kings were far shrewder. The English infantry was mor…
King Edward III
King Edward III, grandson of Philip the Fair of France, may s…
French Advantages in the Hundred Years…
France had 3 times the population of England. France was more…
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World History (European Middle Ages, Southwest Asia, and the Middle East)
excommunication
Latin
Great Schism
serfs
An institutional act of religious censure used to deprive, su…
Universal language of Europe in Middle Ages. NOT a vernacular…
Split within the Roman Catholic Church that lasted from 1378…
Legally bound to the land unlike peasants.
excommunication
An institutional act of religious censure used to deprive, su…
Latin
Universal language of Europe in Middle Ages. NOT a vernacular…
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World History Ch 13 European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Franks
Clovis
Monasteries
(medieval period) era in Europe after fall of Rome, 500-1500,…
Germanic people, settle in Roman province Gual (now occupied…
leader of Franks, called upon Lord to win battle, Christian w…
religious community of men (monks) who gave up possessions to…
Middle Ages
(medieval period) era in Europe after fall of Rome, 500-1500,…
Franks
Germanic people, settle in Roman province Gual (now occupied…
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World History- Chapter 13- European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
church as an institution
the Franks
Clovis
the era that came after the decline of the Roman Empire
the one thing that survived
group of people that held power in Gaul
United the Franks into one kingdom
Middle Ages
the era that came after the decline of the Roman Empire
church as an institution
the one thing that survived
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AP European History: Chapter 11 (The Later Middle Ages (1300-1450))
Aquitaine
Avignon
John Wycliffe
Inflation
A province in France where England held land > trigger of t…
A city on the Rhone River in southeastern France. From 1309-1…
English theologian whose objections to Roman Catholic doctrin…
A general increase in prices and *fall in the purchasing va…
Aquitaine
A province in France where England held land > trigger of t…
Avignon
A city on the Rhone River in southeastern France. From 1309-1…
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History Terms and names European middle ages
Middle ages
Franks
Monastery
Secular
The era in European history that followed the fall of the rom…
Germanic people who settled in the roman province of Gaul
Religious communities that would become educational centers
The focus of this is worldly
Middle ages
The era in European history that followed the fall of the rom…
Franks
Germanic people who settled in the roman province of Gaul
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World History- Chapter 13- European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
church as an institution
the Franks
Clovis
the era that came after the decline of the Roman Empire
the one thing that survived
group of people that held power in Gaul
United the Franks into one kingdom
Middle Ages
the era that came after the decline of the Roman Empire
church as an institution
the one thing that survived
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European History: Hundred Years War, Middle History
Which two nations were engaged in warf…
What was the immediate cause od the Hu…
Who was the heroine of the French that…
Following the Hundred Years War, what…
France and England
Both nations wanted control of Aquitaine
Joan of Arch
England
Which two nations were engaged in warf…
France and England
What was the immediate cause od the Hu…
Both nations wanted control of Aquitaine
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AP European History Middle Ages Test
In which ways were the 11th century a…
How did the Barbarian invasions stop?
What benefits did the stop of the Barb…
What did the new heavier plow do?
- cities and towns started to grow... - commerce increased... - pop…
The Barbarians were Christianized
- Increased security allowed towns to grow... - Farmers felt mor…
cut deeper furrow
In which ways were the 11th century a…
- cities and towns started to grow... - commerce increased... - pop…
How did the Barbarian invasions stop?
The Barbarians were Christianized
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AP Art History European Middle Ages Vocabulary
Andachtsbild
Animal Style
Ambulatory
Archivolt
An image used for devotion and prayer
Art with animal like motifs
The aisle for walking in a church
The molding/decoration that outlines the arches, found in Got…
Andachtsbild
An image used for devotion and prayer
Animal Style
Art with animal like motifs
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World History Chapter 13: European Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Priests
Franks
Clovis
Medieval period after fall of Rome (500-1500)
Only these could read during the decline of learning
Held power in Gual
Leader of the Franks; brought Christianity; alliance with Rom…
Middle Ages
Medieval period after fall of Rome (500-1500)
Priests
Only these could read during the decline of learning
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World History chapter13: European Middle Ages
Germans are what type of families?
Small communities that emerge are what…
Germanic warriors pledge their loyalty…
Clovis was the leader of whom?
Close knit families that are loyal--Not goverenment!
Loyal to the chief or tribal leader.
Their chief
The Franks
Germans are what type of families?
Close knit families that are loyal--Not goverenment!
Small communities that emerge are what…
Loyal to the chief or tribal leader.
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World History Chapter 13 European Middle Ages
arianism
Do-Nothing Kings
County
Missi Dominici
heresy questioning the nature of Jesus, stated that Jesus was…
Clovis' successors and sons who were weak and quarrelsome, ne…
divisions of Charlemagne's empire ruled by counts,a political…
"Messengers of the Lord", a pair of a noble and bishop who ma…
arianism
heresy questioning the nature of Jesus, stated that Jesus was…
Do-Nothing Kings
Clovis' successors and sons who were weak and quarrelsome, ne…
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World History Chapter 13: European Middle Ages
middle ages
disruption of trade, downfall of citie…
roman
Church
medieval period
What were the outcomes of the constant raiding of cities (4 o…
The middle ages started by the fall of the western part of th…
during this time what provided order and security
middle ages
medieval period
disruption of trade, downfall of citie…
What were the outcomes of the constant raiding of cities (4 o…
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World History European Middle Ages Terms
middle ages
franks
monastery
secular
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (ro…
A religious community of men (called monks) who have given up…
Concerned with worldly rather than spiritual matters
middle ages
The era in European history that followed the fall of the Rom…
franks
Germanic people who settled in the Roman province of Gaul (ro…
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