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history "high middle ages" guide
what is a charter?
what is the significance of a charter?
what is a commute?
why would people form a commute?
Rules that common people write to give themselves rights
They provided law and order
A group of people banning together, using force to get what t…
they had no right to feudal aristocracy
what is a charter?
Rules that common people write to give themselves rights
what is the significance of a charter?
They provided law and order
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History Middle Ages Study Guide
Franks
Charles Martel
Feudalism
Manor
Germanic people who held power in the Roman province of Gaul.…
An official who was mayor of palace that had become the most…
A political system in which nobles were granted the use of la…
The lord's estate.
Franks
Germanic people who held power in the Roman province of Gaul.…
Charles Martel
An official who was mayor of palace that had become the most…
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history middle ages master guide
what are the 2 reasons that led up to…
which is not one of the reasons that p…
what were the rewards of fighting in t…
who led the peoples crusade
Jerusalem taken over by islamic empire that restrictied acces…
for the glory
have their sins forgiven and allow one of their people from h…
peter the hermit
what are the 2 reasons that led up to…
Jerusalem taken over by islamic empire that restrictied acces…
which is not one of the reasons that p…
for the glory
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History Study Guide - Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Feudalism
Noble
Merchants and Professionals
500-1500 AD in Europe
The system of positions in society in the Middle ages in Europe
Person born into high position in the society
Middle part of society
Middle Ages
500-1500 AD in Europe
Feudalism
The system of positions in society in the Middle ages in Europe
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History Study Guide(Middle Ages)
What years were considered to be the "…
Feudalism
Nobles
Serfs
A.D. 500 - 1500
a system in which the (monarchy) was at the top of society, w…
people who held a high place in society due to what family th…
The very bottom of the social pyramid. Another name for peasa…
What years were considered to be the "…
A.D. 500 - 1500
Feudalism
a system in which the (monarchy) was at the top of society, w…
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History Middle Ages Study Guide
What are the Middle Ages
Angles and Saxons
Holy Roman Empire
Clovis
Period between the fall of Rome and the early Italian Renaiss…
Germanic invaders that invaded England around 800 CE
768 CE, first empire in Europe after the fall of Rome, establ…
Established a Frankish kingdom in central Europe, converted t…
What are the Middle Ages
Period between the fall of Rome and the early Italian Renaiss…
Angles and Saxons
Germanic invaders that invaded England around 800 CE
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Middle Ages History Study Guide
Papal States
Holy Roman Empire
Fuedalism
Carolingian Minscule
given to the Church by Pepin the short as a neutral zone
Charlameange's kingdom; most of western Europe
a relationship between a lord and his vassal. The vassal woul…
Charlamagne's system of writing that introduced lower case le…
Papal States
given to the Church by Pepin the short as a neutral zone
Holy Roman Empire
Charlameange's kingdom; most of western Europe
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Middle Ages History Study Guide
The Church
The Age of Faith
That Rome would stop persecuting Chris…
Constantine
What was the center of community life in the Middle Ages?
An age when Christian belief was so widespread that historian…
What did Constantine say?
Who said that Rome would stop persecuting Christians?
The Church
What was the center of community life in the Middle Ages?
The Age of Faith
An age when Christian belief was so widespread that historian…
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History- Study Guide- Middle ages
Secular
Centralized authority
Infrastructure
Clergy
Gregory I - when he became pope he broadened the authority of…
An organization when all or most decisions and orders come fr…
the basic physical and organizational structures and faciliti…
The body of all people ordained for religious duties, especia…
Secular
Gregory I - when he became pope he broadened the authority of…
Centralized authority
An organization when all or most decisions and orders come fr…
History Study Guide - Middle Ages
Feudalism - Europe vs. Asia
Fall of Rome
Europe and Asia interactions
100 years war
Europe - Knights(Code of Chivalry), Lords, Surfs, Fiefs, and…
gave lots of land for Byzantine empire to use and take contro…
Through trade
1337-1453 Fought over the control of the French Kingdom
Feudalism - Europe vs. Asia
Europe - Knights(Code of Chivalry), Lords, Surfs, Fiefs, and…
Fall of Rome
gave lots of land for Byzantine empire to use and take contro…
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History Study Guide Middle Ages
The Franks
Charlemagne
European Feudal System
King
A germanic tribe based in modern-day France. Gave their name…
Powerful emperor of the Franks who greatly expanded the Frank…
King... Nobles... Knights... Peasants
Highest member of the feudal system. They are rulers who hand…
The Franks
A germanic tribe based in modern-day France. Gave their name…
Charlemagne
Powerful emperor of the Franks who greatly expanded the Frank…
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middle ages study guide History
what happened to the land that rome us…
pope
charlemagne
charlemagnes idea
taken over by different kings, reorganized and started the mi…
head of the church
emperor of rome, considered the most important ruler, had chu…
counts & inspectors... land = power
what happened to the land that rome us…
taken over by different kings, reorganized and started the mi…
pope
head of the church
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History Middle Ages Study Guide
What are the Middle Ages
Angles and Saxons
Holy Roman Empire
Clovis
Period between the fall of Rome and the early Italian Renaiss…
Germanic invaders that invaded England around 800 CE
768 CE, first empire in Europe after the fall of Rome, establ…
Established a Frankish kingdom in central Europe, converted t…
What are the Middle Ages
Period between the fall of Rome and the early Italian Renaiss…
Angles and Saxons
Germanic invaders that invaded England around 800 CE
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middle ages history study guide
bishop of rome
7 sacraments
baptism
confirmation
head of the roman catholic church
baptism, confirmation, penance, communion, marriage, holy ord…
washes away all sins and brings one into the church
brings one into full fellowship with the church
bishop of rome
head of the roman catholic church
7 sacraments
baptism, confirmation, penance, communion, marriage, holy ord…
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History Middle Ages Study Guide
witan
Pepin the Short
Donation of Pepin
Charlemagne
members were nobles and clergy = only upper class has a voice…
gave donation of Pepin
land given by Pepin to the pope to create papal land aka vati…
pope crowned him emperor of romans, led to debate - is pope m…
witan
members were nobles and clergy = only upper class has a voice…
Pepin the Short
gave donation of Pepin
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History Middle Ages Study Guide
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
culture
the way of life of a group of people, including their customs…
medieval
relating to the Middle Ages
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History Study Guide Middle Ages
Bayeaux Tapestry
Siege Tower
Battering Ram
Trebuchet
The Bayeux Tapestry is an embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres…
A siege tower is a specialized siege engine, constructed to p…
a heavy object swung or rammed against a door to break it down.
a machine used in medieval siege warfare for hurling large st…
Bayeaux Tapestry
The Bayeux Tapestry is an embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres…
Siege Tower
A siege tower is a specialized siege engine, constructed to p…
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History- Middle ages study guid
The franks
Clovis
Charles Martel
Charlemagne... (Charles the great)
Germanic speaking people who invaded the western Roman Empire
A prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture named after distinct tools
Frankish statesman and military leader, duke and prince of th…
king of the franks who united most of western Europe during e…
The franks
Germanic speaking people who invaded the western Roman Empire
Clovis
A prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture named after distinct tools
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History Middle ages study Guide
Which one is right? ... (A) people ran ou…
King
Peasants
Clergy
(C) Pushing, shoving, and raiding by different groups (Vandal…
Ruler over the land
Worked very hard on the land of the lord such as farming
This group was comprised of Bishops, Priests, Monks, and Nuns
Which one is right? ... (A) people ran ou…
(C) Pushing, shoving, and raiding by different groups (Vandal…
King
Ruler over the land
History Study Guide: Middle Ages
What is heresy?
Why did people join the Crusades?
What were the Middle Ages and what was…
Who was the head of the church in the…
Going against the teachings of the church
Adventure, money, land and to save their souls
A period of time between ancient and modern times. In Latin:…
West- pope... East- bishops
What is heresy?
Going against the teachings of the church
Why did people join the Crusades?
Adventure, money, land and to save their souls
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HISTORY: middle ages study guide
what empire did justinian take over?
what was the name of justinians wife?
what was the name of the empire's capi…
what was the justinian code?
the byzantine empire
theodora
constantinople
a vast amount of laws (about 4000)
what empire did justinian take over?
the byzantine empire
what was the name of justinians wife?
theodora
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History: Middle Age Study Guide
Bishop of Rome
7 sacraments
lay investiture
feudalism
head of the roman catholic church(pope)
1. baptism-washes away sins/brings one into the church... 2. con…
The proccess where kinggs and nobles claimed and appionted ch…
organisation of the kingdom
Bishop of Rome
head of the roman catholic church(pope)
7 sacraments
1. baptism-washes away sins/brings one into the church... 2. con…
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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…
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World History-Middle Ages Review Guide
Charlemagne
Germanic Tribes
Treaty of Verdun
Feudal Relations
most remembered for building an empire larger than any since…
no written language, lived in small close-knit communities, t…
divided charlemagne's kingdom between his three sons
lord granted vassal land in exchange for military service
Charlemagne
most remembered for building an empire larger than any since…
Germanic Tribes
no written language, lived in small close-knit communities, t…
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World History Middle Ages Test Study Guide
Five Pillars of Islam
What percentage of Muslim's are Sunni?
What percentage of Muslim's are Shia?
What do Sunni's believe?
Shehada (Profession of Faith)... Salat (Prayer)... Zakat (The Givin…
85% of Muslims
15% of Muslims
Leaders can be elected and should behave like the Prophet Moh…
Five Pillars of Islam
Shehada (Profession of Faith)... Salat (Prayer)... Zakat (The Givin…
What percentage of Muslim's are Sunni?
85% of Muslims
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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…
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World History: Middle Ages Study Guide
Define Hajj
Define Caliph
Define Sultan
Define Mansa
One of the Five Pillars of Islam, the pilgrimage to Mecca tha…
the chief Muslim civil and religious ruler
a Muslim ruler
title for the king of Mali
Define Hajj
One of the Five Pillars of Islam, the pilgrimage to Mecca tha…
Define Caliph
the chief Muslim civil and religious ruler
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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…
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History - Middle Ages Vocabulary Study Guide
Black Death
Canon Law
Cathedral
Crusade
One of the most devastating pandemics in human history peakin…
The body of laws governing the religious practices of a chris…
A christian church which contains the throne of a bishop, thu…
Military expeditions carried European christians in the middl…
Black Death
One of the most devastating pandemics in human history peakin…
Canon Law
The body of laws governing the religious practices of a chris…
Christian History Middle Ages Study Guide
Pope Gregory XI
St. Catherine of Sienna
Thomas a Kempis
St. Francis of Assisi
last Avignon pope, lived lavish and luxurious lifestyles, ret…
declined to marry, joined Dominicans as a lay person, mystic,…
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founded Franciscans, chose poverty, arranged first nativity
Pope Gregory XI
last Avignon pope, lived lavish and luxurious lifestyles, ret…
St. Catherine of Sienna
declined to marry, joined Dominicans as a lay person, mystic,…
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world history study guide middle ages
what was the time period of the middle…
how long did the middle ages last
2 names for middle ages
what are the middle ages seen as
roman empire and renaiissance
1000 years
dark ages, medieval period
bleak and dangerous
what was the time period of the middle…
roman empire and renaiissance
how long did the middle ages last
1000 years
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World History - Middle Ages Study Guide
Why is the Middle Ages sometimes calle…
Define chivalry.
Define manorialism.
Define feudalism.
Religion was most important during medeval times.
Code of conduct for the knights required them to be brave, ho…
Economic system where a lord promises protection to the serfs…
Kings and powerful lords grant land to vassals to exchange fo…
Why is the Middle Ages sometimes calle…
Religion was most important during medeval times.
Define chivalry.
Code of conduct for the knights required them to be brave, ho…
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Middle Ages Study Guide World History Honors
Feudalism
Manorialism
Fief
Chivalry
Political system of local government based on the granting of…
Economic System; the Lord's self-sufficient farming estates w…
Land granted by a lord or landowner in exchange for military…
A code of behavior for knights in medieval Europe, stressing…
Feudalism
Political system of local government based on the granting of…
Manorialism
Economic System; the Lord's self-sufficient farming estates w…
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History- Europe in the Middle Ages study guide
Carruca
Manor
Crop rotation
Guilds
A heavy, wheeled plow with an iron plowshare (can dig deeper)
A large farm owned by a lord and worked by serfs
Field divided into 3 sections- a summer crop, a fall crop, an…
Business associations of particular jobs or crafts
Carruca
A heavy, wheeled plow with an iron plowshare (can dig deeper)
Manor
A large farm owned by a lord and worked by serfs
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World History Middle Ages Exam Study Guide
Charlemange
Normans
Fief
Clergy
"Charles the Great." Established a Christian empire in 768 AD.
What the Vikings were also known as
Land Given to the Vassal
Body of people ordained for religious service
Charlemange
"Charles the Great." Established a Christian empire in 768 AD.
Normans
What the Vikings were also known as
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Unit 1 History Study Guide (Middle Ages)
Judaism
Islam
Christianity
Hinduism
Ancient Monotheistic Religion that Jews followed
Religion of Muslims. Monotheistic faith revealed through Muha…
Religion based on the teachings and beliefs of Jesus
Beliefs- yoga, reincarnation, meditation, devotion to god... Mai…
Judaism
Ancient Monotheistic Religion that Jews followed
Islam
Religion of Muslims. Monotheistic faith revealed through Muha…
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History Study Guide: Dark & Middle Ages
Charlemagne/Carolingian Empire
Was Charlemagne really great?
Dark Ages
Holy Roman Empire
...
...
Time were knowledge was lost and the black death spread aroun…
...
Charlemagne/Carolingian Empire
...
Was Charlemagne really great?
...
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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…
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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.
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History of Interiors- Middle Ages Study Guide
Tracery
Buttress
Pendentive
Transept
Curving, ornamental stone or wooden subdivisions in an archit…
Mass of masonry built against a wall to strengthen it against…
A triangular curving form that allows construction of a circu…
A space or spaces at right angles to and crossing the nave of…
Tracery
Curving, ornamental stone or wooden subdivisions in an archit…
Buttress
Mass of masonry built against a wall to strengthen it against…
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World History Honors Middle Ages Study Guide
Charlemagne
Feudalism
Lord
Fief
...
...
...
...
Charlemagne
...
Feudalism
...
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Middle Ages- WORLD HISTORY REVIEW GUIDE SEMESTER 2
Dark Ages
Kingdom of the Franks
Clovis
monks
period of time between 500 and 1000. Viking raided western Eu…
Germanic people who settled in the Roman Province of Gaul (no…
Franks leader who brought Christianity to the region
Christian men who gave up their private possessions and devot…
Dark Ages
period of time between 500 and 1000. Viking raided western Eu…
Kingdom of the Franks
Germanic people who settled in the Roman Province of Gaul (no…
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Ancient World History- the Middle Ages Study Guide
Clovis
Franks
Charlemagne
Vikings
King of Franks; conquered Gaul; earned support of Gaul and Ch…
One of the germanic tribes that conquered parts of the Roman…
Frankish king who built a large empire, promoted education, a…
scandinavian people, were independent farmers ruled by land-o…
Clovis
King of Franks; conquered Gaul; earned support of Gaul and Ch…
Franks
One of the germanic tribes that conquered parts of the Roman…
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The Later Middle Ages History Study Guide
How did the power structure of Europe…
What changes occurred in the church?
What were the crusades and why were th…
Who were the monks, what were their jo…
Nobles and Kings used to have the majority of the power, and…
Western Church was the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern…
The crusades were a long series of wars between the Christian…
Monks were men who disagreed with the church and lived up in…
How did the power structure of Europe…
Nobles and Kings used to have the majority of the power, and…
What changes occurred in the church?
Western Church was the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern…
History Middle Ages Study Guide (Behnke)
Clovis
Franks
Benedict/ Scholastia
Gregory I
leader of the Franks, very powerful
held lots of power in in the Germanic society
twins who were saints, were very devoted to the Church
broadened the authority of the papacy, or pope's office, beyo…
Clovis
leader of the Franks, very powerful
Franks
held lots of power in in the Germanic society
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World History Middle Ages Study Guide
crusades
pilgrims
Saladin
Reconquista
a holy war... -4 of them occurred in the time period of the Midd…
people who journeyed to holy places
ruler of Egypt in 1174 (was Muslim)... -captured Jerusalem in 1187
the effort to take back Christian lands from Muslims in Spain
crusades
a holy war... -4 of them occurred in the time period of the Midd…
pilgrims
people who journeyed to holy places
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History Semester 2 Study Guide - Middle Ages
When, how and why did the Roman Empire…
What was the name of the eastern half…
What 2 life-threatening challenges did…
After Rome fell, what did people devel…
When: Gone by 476 AD... Why:... Political Instability - potential l…
Byzantine Empire
People were missing central government and protection.
Feudalism
When, how and why did the Roman Empire…
When: Gone by 476 AD... Why:... Political Instability - potential l…
What was the name of the eastern half…
Byzantine Empire
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World History Middle Ages Study Guide
Feudalism
Vassal
Knight
Fief
political and social order that developed during the Middle A…
under feudalism, a man who served a lord in a military capacity
a memeber of the heavly armoured cavalary
a grant of land made to a vassal; the vassal held political a…
Feudalism
political and social order that developed during the Middle A…
Vassal
under feudalism, a man who served a lord in a military capacity
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World History Middle Ages Study Guide
Medieval
Franks
Clovis
Charles Martel
relating to the culture of Europe during the middle ages
a Germanic tribe that conquered present day France and neighb…
king of the Franks who established a kingdom in Western Europ…
a Frankish leader who ralied warriors to punish Muslims out o…
Medieval
relating to the culture of Europe during the middle ages
Franks
a Germanic tribe that conquered present day France and neighb…
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World History Study Guide: Middle Ages
heraldry
herald
Code of Chivalry
liege
the science of armorial bearings: crests, coat of arms, banne…
a person or thing that proclaims or announces
a clearly understood code of conduct for knights: 1. protect…
a feudal lord entitled to allegiance and service
heraldry
the science of armorial bearings: crests, coat of arms, banne…
herald
a person or thing that proclaims or announces
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