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History: Medieval Europe
Allegiance
Arabia
Banishment
Bishop
An oath of loyalty to a monarch or country
The original homeland of the Arabs and historic centre of Isl…
The punishment of being sent away from a country or other place
Important member of the governing body of the Christian Church
Allegiance
An oath of loyalty to a monarch or country
Arabia
The original homeland of the Arabs and historic centre of Isl…
44 terms
History- Medieval Europe
Fall Of Rome 476
Franks
Merovingian Dynasty
Major Domo
caused a government known as feudalism to begin due to the la…
the only germanic tribe that proved to be long lasting
began with Clovis before 500 AD
mayors of the palace... contributed to the fall of the franks
Fall Of Rome 476
caused a government known as feudalism to begin due to the la…
Franks
the only germanic tribe that proved to be long lasting
48 terms
History medieval Europe
Ural mountains
Catholic
Pope Leo 1st
Pope
Mountains in Medieval Europe
Universal
Persuaded the Huns to leave Rome
Closest person to God
Ural mountains
Mountains in Medieval Europe
Catholic
Universal
World History- Medieval Europe
Manorialism
Shinto
William the conqueror
100 years war
an economic system structured around a lord's manor, or estat…
Name of religion, meaning "ways of gods" derived from the chi…
A monarch from Normandy who was jealous of his cousin Harold…
The causes of the 100 Year War were disagreements over rights…
Manorialism
an economic system structured around a lord's manor, or estat…
Shinto
Name of religion, meaning "ways of gods" derived from the chi…
11 terms
History test Medieval Europe
Feudalism
Barons
Christanity
Holy land
The dominant social system
Gave services to the King in return for land, lived in castles
the religion based on the person and teachings of Jesus Chris…
Jerusalem
Feudalism
The dominant social system
Barons
Gave services to the King in return for land, lived in castles
Global History: Medieval Europe
centralized government
Roman Catholic Church
Medium Aevum
Clovis
one established government for a region
most powerful and unifying force; it provided spiritual, poli…
(Middle Ages) between ancient times and the Renaissance
united the Franks into one kingdom in 486 and converted to Ch…
centralized government
one established government for a region
Roman Catholic Church
most powerful and unifying force; it provided spiritual, poli…
41 terms
Medieval Europe - World History
Middle Ages
Vikings
Feudalism
Lord
A period of time during the Medieval era that had a great inv…
The vikings were germanic men also know as Northmen or Norsem…
It was a system of governing and ka dholding emerged in Europ…
The ruler of the land who could grant land, fief, to vassals…
Middle Ages
A period of time during the Medieval era that had a great inv…
Vikings
The vikings were germanic men also know as Northmen or Norsem…
62 terms
Identifications (Medieval History-Europe)
Agincourt, Battle of
Agricultural Revolution
Avignon Papacy
Beguines
(1415) Henry V, the king of England, won against the French.…
Partially due to a three-field system, where peasants divided…
(1309-1378) The seat of the Pope was moved from Rome to Avign…
Christian lay religious orders that were active in Northern E…
Agincourt, Battle of
(1415) Henry V, the king of England, won against the French.…
Agricultural Revolution
Partially due to a three-field system, where peasants divided…
History: Medieval Europe
Allegiance
Arabia
Banishment
Bishop
An oath of loyalty to a monarch or country
The original homeland of the Arabs and historic centre of Isl…
The punishment of being sent away from a country or other place
Important member of the governing body of the Christian Church
Allegiance
An oath of loyalty to a monarch or country
Arabia
The original homeland of the Arabs and historic centre of Isl…
19 terms
History- Medieval Europe
Manor
Glebe
Crusades
Feudal System
A village and its surrounding land.
Land from which a church gains rent or crops.
Battles fought between Muslims and European Christians for co…
A system of organising a society by providing land in return…
Manor
A village and its surrounding land.
Glebe
Land from which a church gains rent or crops.
14 terms
History- medieval Europe glossary
Buttresses
Charter
Clergy
Dowry
Something which helps make a building more stable
An agreement which made a town free to make own rules
People who had taken formal vows to devote their lived to god
Money and goods a woman hrought to her husband in marriage
Buttresses
Something which helps make a building more stable
Charter
An agreement which made a town free to make own rules
History: Medieval Europe
Roman Catholic Church
Patriarch of Rome
Leo I
Petrine theory
Face of Christianity in Medieval Europe
Presided over the center of the empire
Protected Rome from Attila
Christ made Peter the first pope and gave him supreme authori…
Roman Catholic Church
Face of Christianity in Medieval Europe
Patriarch of Rome
Presided over the center of the empire
15 terms
world history Medieval Europe
Anglo-Saxon
Wergild
Social status
The church
took control of Britain and gained support from the Roman Cat…
The Germanic laws allowed feuds to take place in which acts o…
What did the value of the fines depend on?
Played a major role in developing European civilization
Anglo-Saxon
took control of Britain and gained support from the Roman Cat…
Wergild
The Germanic laws allowed feuds to take place in which acts o…
100 terms
World History- Medieval Europe
feudalism
serf
pay taxes
kngihts
started as free peasants gave their land to powerful lords in…
peasant or laborer tied to land under feudal contract
other than working the land, what else did serfs have to do i…
personal army of the local lord
feudalism
started as free peasants gave their land to powerful lords in…
serf
peasant or laborer tied to land under feudal contract
26 terms
Medieval Europe World History
After Justinian's death, the Byzantine…
Middle class in medieval Europe
Manor system
Chivalry
-powerful local lords gained large areas of land ... -the empire…
Serfs and workers, lower vassals for nobles and lords
A system of mutual obligations where lords split up their lan…
The vows of a knight to protect those who can't protect thems…
After Justinian's death, the Byzantine…
-powerful local lords gained large areas of land ... -the empire…
Middle class in medieval Europe
Serfs and workers, lower vassals for nobles and lords
19 terms
History Medieval Europe
germanic tribes
Roman roads
Franks
Clovis
who overran Europe, causing the Roman Empire to collapse?
what allowed Roman and Christian customs to spread?
most successful germanic tribe in Gaul
who was the first king of the Franks?
germanic tribes
who overran Europe, causing the Roman Empire to collapse?
Roman roads
what allowed Roman and Christian customs to spread?
45 terms
World History Medieval Europe
Eastern Orthodox
Roman Church
Byzantine
Constantinople
Led by patriarch. Speak Greek in mass. Clergy can marry.
Latin mass. No marriage for clergy
Crossroad for Mediterranean Middle East and Asia. Trade cente…
New Rome and surrounded by water
Eastern Orthodox
Led by patriarch. Speak Greek in mass. Clergy can marry.
Roman Church
Latin mass. No marriage for clergy
15 terms
History - Medieval Europe Definitions
Agriculture
Feudalism
Guild
Knight
Farming/Crops.
Based on protection.
Group that works together on same goods.
Noble, lots of training, with a horse.
Agriculture
Farming/Crops.
Feudalism
Based on protection.
16 terms
History Medieval Europe
Excommunicate
Crusades
Holy Land
Clergy
Officially Exclude
A medieval military experience
A Land that belongs to Jerusalem and Palestine
A body of people that Ordained religious duties
Excommunicate
Officially Exclude
Crusades
A medieval military experience
History: Medieval Europe
Middle ages, dark ages, medieval
Clovis
Marked the end of direct Roman influen…
496
The period between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Renai…
Frankish chieftain who defeated a Roman army in Gaul
Defeat of Roman army by Clovis
When was Clovis baptized as a Christian
Middle ages, dark ages, medieval
The period between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Renai…
Clovis
Frankish chieftain who defeated a Roman army in Gaul
World History Medieval Europe
Feudalisim
Manorialism
Chivalry
Serf
Political system of the middle ages... Decentralized ... Alliance b…
Economic system of the middle ages... Decentralized... Contract bet…
traditional code of conduct associated with the medieval inst…
90% of population. Not slaves. Bound to land and lord ... Indebt…
Feudalisim
Political system of the middle ages... Decentralized ... Alliance b…
Manorialism
Economic system of the middle ages... Decentralized... Contract bet…
34 terms
world history- Medieval Europe
vernacular languages
Charlemagne
Vikings
feudalism
english, spanish, germanic, french
crowned emperor on Christmas by Pope; established counts
sacked towns, destroyed churches, didn't farm
peasants "serfs" we're the farmers; they got their land from…
vernacular languages
english, spanish, germanic, french
Charlemagne
crowned emperor on Christmas by Pope; established counts
31 terms
History final \\ medieval Europe
Social pyramid
Monarch
Baddle of Hastings
Lords and ladies
Monarch, lords and ladies, Knights (squires/ pages), peasants…
Top of social pyramid, provides protection for vassals, keep…
Middle of 11th century confusion over who would be the next K…
Members of nobility, highest ranking class, lived in manors,…
Social pyramid
Monarch, lords and ladies, Knights (squires/ pages), peasants…
Monarch
Top of social pyramid, provides protection for vassals, keep…
35 terms
History Medieval Europe vocab
Beowulf
Saint Patrick
Monastery
Charlemagne
this was an epic Anglo-Saxon poem. Earliest known work in Old…
This person took it upon himself to spread Christianity from…
These were communities of monks. This life was organized stri…
He was a brilliant warrior and a strong king. He led the Fran…
Beowulf
this was an epic Anglo-Saxon poem. Earliest known work in Old…
Saint Patrick
This person took it upon himself to spread Christianity from…
28 terms
History Test - Medieval Europe
Lay Investiture
Heresy
Manor
Theology
A practice where secular, or lay, rulers both chose nominees…
The denial of basic Church doctrines
A large estate, often including farms and a village, ruled by…
The study of religion and God
Lay Investiture
A practice where secular, or lay, rulers both chose nominees…
Heresy
The denial of basic Church doctrines
History - Medieval Europe
Council of Clermont
Crusades
Simony
Romanesque
Christian leaders met and Pope Urban II called for a holy war…
"holy war" used to gain holy lands and there were many of the…
positions of church sold by bishops
church style (800-1100) round arches, heavy roofs held by thi…
Council of Clermont
Christian leaders met and Pope Urban II called for a holy war…
Crusades
"holy war" used to gain holy lands and there were many of the…
Global History: Medieval Europe
centralized government
Roman Catholic Church
Medium Aevum
Clovis
one established government for a region
most powerful and unifying force; it provided spiritual, poli…
(Middle Ages) between ancient times and the Renaissance
united the Franks into one kingdom in 486 and converted to Ch…
centralized government
one established government for a region
Roman Catholic Church
most powerful and unifying force; it provided spiritual, poli…
World History | Medieval Europe
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
The Vikings established settlements in…
Which of the following was NOT one of…
Feudalism was the prominent political…
need answer
Leif Eriksson
He abolished slavery in the Frankish Empire
Serfs
Which of the following is NOT true abo…
need answer
The Vikings established settlements in…
Leif Eriksson
World History: Medieval Europe
What was a main purpose of church orde…
Read this passage about the peace trea…
Because of the Great Schism, the Churc…
How did Charlemagne improve the lives…
B. to strengthen the role of the Church
D. freedom of trade between Europeans and Muslims
C. political and cultural influence
C. he revived education
What was a main purpose of church orde…
B. to strengthen the role of the Church
Read this passage about the peace trea…
D. freedom of trade between Europeans and Muslims
41 terms
W. History Medieval Europe
What does medieval mean?
What were Europe's untapped resources?
What did Clovis gain when he converted…
What did Charlemagne do to ensure a st…
middle
fertile soil,... minerals, seas and waterways
it was the religion of Gaul so he had their support plus an i…
encouraged building of schools and learning
What does medieval mean?
middle
What were Europe's untapped resources?
fertile soil,... minerals, seas and waterways
15 terms
History Midterm: Medieval Europe
Rise of England
1066
herold
william of normandy
1. modern english culture... 2. personal oaths... 3. "common law" l…
king edward died with no heir to the throneq
brother inlaw to edward, wanted the throne
cousin of herold, wants throne, descendant of vikings, knight…
Rise of England
1. modern english culture... 2. personal oaths... 3. "common law" l…
1066
king edward died with no heir to the throneq
History 9 Medieval Europe
Manorialism
Feudalism
Three Classes of Medieval Europe
Investiture Controversy
Organization into Manors
Class System of government; King, Nobles, Knights, Peasants
Peasants, Aristocrats, Clergy
Struggle for power between king and pope
Manorialism
Organization into Manors
Feudalism
Class System of government; King, Nobles, Knights, Peasants
24 terms
History Final-Medieval Europe
What are the main characteristics of t…
During the 400's, who emerged as the m…
Why was Charles 'The Hammer' Martel im…
Who were the vikings?
Trade was gone, law/order vanished, education disappeared, an…
The Franks
Through the Battle of Tours against the Muslims, he ensured C…
A fierce group of Scandinavians who left their homes to plund…
What are the main characteristics of t…
Trade was gone, law/order vanished, education disappeared, an…
During the 400's, who emerged as the m…
The Franks
15 terms
Medieval Europe
serf
lords
knight
manor
a worker in medieval Europe who was tied to the land on which…
the large landowners of feudal Europe
a warrior in medieval Europe who fought on horseback (p. 242)
a large estate owned by a knight or lord (p. 245)
serf
a worker in medieval Europe who was tied to the land on which…
lords
the large landowners of feudal Europe
World History- Medieval Europe
What is feudalism? Why did it develop?
What was the major significance of the…
What were the major consequences of th…
What were the most important cultural…
Feudalism is a system of government based on loyalty, distrib…
Wealthiest city in the world, and major center of art, agricu…
religious hatred and more power to the monarchs and the pope
Agricultural revolution, crop rotation, towns and cities were…
What is feudalism? Why did it develop?
Feudalism is a system of government based on loyalty, distrib…
What was the major significance of the…
Wealthiest city in the world, and major center of art, agricu…
149 terms
History 107 Medieval Europe
Castle vs. Palace
Mott and bailey
Norman Castles
Keep
A castle is for defense while a palace is meant for luxury
A Mott is a hill that is dug out and the keep is located on t…
Built Mott and bailey castles
Where Royalty go for safe keeping, strongest part of the castle
Castle vs. Palace
A castle is for defense while a palace is meant for luxury
Mott and bailey
A Mott is a hill that is dug out and the keep is located on t…
Medieval Europe Vocab for History
Lord-Vassal Relationship
Serf
Monk
Vikings
Is at the heart of feudalism The lord gives the vassal an inc…
An agricultural laborer bound under the federal system to wor…
a member of a religious community of men typically living und…
Any of the Scandinavian seafaring pirates and traders who rai…
Lord-Vassal Relationship
Is at the heart of feudalism The lord gives the vassal an inc…
Serf
An agricultural laborer bound under the federal system to wor…
history Medieval Europe
Franks
King Charles or Charlemagne the Great
Charles Martel
Gregory VII
Germanic people who took the throne of the Roman Empire
Ordered people to convert to Christianity... had support of the…
United Franks under his leadership... Mayor of the palace: givin…
Pope who wanted Kings and nobles from interfering with church…
Franks
Germanic people who took the throne of the Roman Empire
King Charles or Charlemagne the Great
Ordered people to convert to Christianity... had support of the…
History - Medieval Europe
Feudalism
Barons
Christianity
Holy Land
a system of government in which the monarch owns all the land…
the second highest group on the social hierarchy. They lived…
One of the main religions in medieval Europe. Only one god. B…
A place in Israel where Jesus descended and lived
Feudalism
a system of government in which the monarch owns all the land…
Barons
the second highest group on the social hierarchy. They lived…
History Medieval Christian Europe
Feudalism
Vassal
Feudal Contract
Fief
Organized system of rule where power local lords divided thei…
Lesser lord, pledged service and loyalty to greater lord
Grew out of customs and traditions and involved exchanging pl…
An estate
Feudalism
Organized system of rule where power local lords divided thei…
Vassal
Lesser lord, pledged service and loyalty to greater lord
18 terms
History Medieval Europe Vocab
Christianity
Charlemange
Feudalism
Fief
The religion based on life and teachings of Jesus
The leader of the Franks from 786 to 814 CE, who unified most…
An economic and political system of medieval Europe in which…
Land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty an…
Christianity
The religion based on life and teachings of Jesus
Charlemange
The leader of the Franks from 786 to 814 CE, who unified most…
61 terms
World History Medieval Europe
Chivalry
Canon law
Serfs
Medieval
A code of honor that knights had to live by
The law of the Church
Basically peasants under the rule of a lord. Usually lived in…
of or relating to the Middle Ages.
Chivalry
A code of honor that knights had to live by
Canon law
The law of the Church
66 terms
HISTORY 101- Medieval Europe
Feudalism
Manorial System
Clientage
Land Tenancy
Type of government in which political power is held locally b…
Life on a manor. The relationship between landlord and peasant.
Personal dependence. One person pledges to serve another in e…
"Land owner" allows another use of that land in exchange for…
Feudalism
Type of government in which political power is held locally b…
Manorial System
Life on a manor. The relationship between landlord and peasant.
100 terms
History 102gm Medieval Europe
Q8: The main goals of the 11th century…
Q8:The "Two Swords theory" argued that
Q8: One of the ancient inspirations fo…
Q8: Medieval university graduates foun…
improve moral character of clergy and limit lay influence ove…
both swords belonged to the Pope who, as the Vicar of Christe…
Justinian's Corpus luris Civilis
1. priest and bishops... 2. clerks and bureaucrats... 3. lawyers
Q8: The main goals of the 11th century…
improve moral character of clergy and limit lay influence ove…
Q8:The "Two Swords theory" argued that
both swords belonged to the Pope who, as the Vicar of Christe…
Medieval Europe Global History
Medieval Europe
Early Medieval Europe
Dark Age
High Medieval Europe
476-1453
500-1000
500-800
1000-1300
Medieval Europe
476-1453
Early Medieval Europe
500-1000
31 terms
History medieval Europe
Western boundary
Northern boundary
Southern boundary
Eastern boundary
Atlantic ocean
Arctic ocean
Mediterranean Sea
Ural mountains
Western boundary
Atlantic ocean
Northern boundary
Arctic ocean
56 terms
History: Medieval Europe
Medieval Period years
What was the name given to the first h…
Feudalism introduced to England in.. b…
Levels of feudal system (top to bottom)
476AD (fall of the roman empire) - 1500AD
Dark Ages
1066 William of Normandy
King... Ladies/Lords... Knights... Peasants/ serfs
Medieval Period years
476AD (fall of the roman empire) - 1500AD
What was the name given to the first h…
Dark Ages
History: Medieval Europe Vocabulary
Bayeaux Tapestry
Siege Tower
Battering Ram
Trebuchet
An 11th- or 12th-century embroidery in Bayeux, nearly 70.5 m…
A device used during siege warfare. It was designed to protec…
A heavy object swung or rammed against a door to break it down.
A mechanical thrower that throws stones and other unprepared…
Bayeaux Tapestry
An 11th- or 12th-century embroidery in Bayeux, nearly 70.5 m…
Siege Tower
A device used during siege warfare. It was designed to protec…
51 terms
History 1113: Medieval Europe
Tacitus
St. Perpetua
Diocletian
****Constantine
- aristocrat Roman historian of the elector class... - wrote abo…
Christian. Gave all her riches. had a baby in prision. they b…
Roman emperor. Attempted to deal with fall of Roman Empire by…
- Emperor of Rome, son of Constantius and Helena. ... - Formed a…
Tacitus
- aristocrat Roman historian of the elector class... - wrote abo…
St. Perpetua
Christian. Gave all her riches. had a baby in prision. they b…
Medieval Europe History IDs
Charlemagne
William the Conqueror
Crusades
King Henry II
Who: King of the Franks (after his co-ruler/brother died) cro…
Who: Norman leader who developed a strong monarchy in England…
Who: Pope Urban and Crusaders across Europe; targeted Muslims…
Who: William the Conqueror's grandson, king of England... What:…
Charlemagne
Who: King of the Franks (after his co-ruler/brother died) cro…
William the Conqueror
Who: Norman leader who developed a strong monarchy in England…
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