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Medieval Literature/History
William
1066, Harold II
Harold II, Battle of Hastings
William
Who was the Duke of Normandy and had family ties to Edward th…
Edward died in _______ and Saxons chose ________ as king
William came to assert his claim and ________ was killed at t…
After the Battle of Hastings, ________ became king
William
Who was the Duke of Normandy and had family ties to Edward th…
1066, Harold II
Edward died in _______ and Saxons chose ________ as king
48 terms
Medieval Literature History
Iconoclasm
Christianization
Tagmata
Education of Byzantium
680. Worship idols and icons despite the pressure of the chur…
7th century. Expansion of Byzantine led to a change of religi…
fighting force that led to the military expansion of Byzantium.
Glagolitic alphabet promoted commitment to education. Emperor…
Iconoclasm
680. Worship idols and icons despite the pressure of the chur…
Christianization
7th century. Expansion of Byzantine led to a change of religi…
16 terms
Medieval Literature Vocabulary
slumbering
fused
marvel
swooned
sleeping; dozing
mixed together; united together to become inseparable
to be in awe, to be filled with astonishment and wonder
fainted; collapsed
slumbering
sleeping; dozing
fused
mixed together; united together to become inseparable
41 terms
Medieval Literature Vocabulary
el destierro
el impuesto
la batalla
el botin
exile
tax
battle
treasure
el destierro
exile
el impuesto
tax
20 terms
Medieval Literature Semester Final Vocabulary
baneful
dirge
mere
requite
portending evil; ominous; sinister
a funeral hymn or lament; a slow, mournful musical composition
a small lake, pond, or marsh
to make repayment or return for; to reciprocate; to avenge
baneful
portending evil; ominous; sinister
dirge
a funeral hymn or lament; a slow, mournful musical composition
Medieval Literature Vocabulary
Irony
Dramatic Irony
Situational Irony
Verbal Irony
literary technique that involves surprising, interesting, or…
contradiction between what a character thinks and what the re…
when an event occurs that directly contradicts expectations.
words that are used to suggest the opposite of their usual me…
Irony
literary technique that involves surprising, interesting, or…
Dramatic Irony
contradiction between what a character thinks and what the re…
23 terms
English Medieval Literature Vocabulary
Legend
assay
adjure
feigned
A traditional story telling of heroic figures or deeds, which…
prove or test
request solemnly; appeal to earnestly
made a false show of; pretended
Legend
A traditional story telling of heroic figures or deeds, which…
assay
prove or test
10 terms
Basic vocabulary for medieval literature
Durst
Whence
Whither
Clergy
To dare have courage
From where
To where
Spoke Latin in those who pray purpose was to save everyone soul
Durst
To dare have courage
Whence
From where
Medieval History and Literature Test: Listing
God... Angel... Man... Woman... Animal... Mineral
1. Kings (Lord/Overlord)... 2. Barons (Va…
Romance... Poetry... Prose... Drama
1066
levels of the Great Chain of Being (in order)
levels of Feudalism (in order)
four main types of literature of the Medieval period
year in which the Medieval period began
God... Angel... Man... Woman... Animal... Mineral
levels of the Great Chain of Being (in order)
1. Kings (Lord/Overlord)... 2. Barons (Va…
levels of Feudalism (in order)
72 terms
IEW Vocabulary Medieval History
din
myriad
abashed
analyze
n. a loud, confused or clanging noise
n. very great number of persons or things.
v. to be made embarrassed
v. to examine the parts of something
din
n. a loud, confused or clanging noise
myriad
n. very great number of persons or things.
15 terms
Romantic Medieval Literature Vocabulary
Abash
Adversary
Fidelity
Ignominiously
To make ashamed or embarrass
An opponent; enemy
Faithfulness to duties; loyalty and devotion
Shamefully
Abash
To make ashamed or embarrass
Adversary
An opponent; enemy
31 terms
Medieval History and Literature Test: Matching
Henry Tudor (Henry VII)
William Caxton
chivalry
Tower of London
became king after he killed Richard III
brought the printing press to England
brutality on the battlefield, ideal love for a lady off the b…
building on which William I began construction
Henry Tudor (Henry VII)
became king after he killed Richard III
William Caxton
brought the printing press to England
30 terms
English Medieval Literature Vocabulary
Roman
Romance
Geste
French archbishop
Novel
Narration of strange + supernatural events
Things done
Turpin
Roman
Novel
Romance
Narration of strange + supernatural events
20 terms
Medieval Literature Vocabulary
Boon
Roisterous
Twain
Assay
n. a favor or blessing
adj. wild behavior
n. two or a pair
v. to test or attempt
Boon
n. a favor or blessing
Roisterous
adj. wild behavior
Honors British Literature: Medieval History
What is the time frame?
What was the Norman Conquest?
What was introduced as a result of the…
What was the economic status of Willia…
1066-1485
Happened in 1066; led by William the Conquerer (disputed righ…
Feudalism and the French Language
He was super rich (as a result of Feudalism)
What is the time frame?
1066-1485
What was the Norman Conquest?
Happened in 1066; led by William the Conquerer (disputed righ…
31 terms
English Vocabulary Medieval Literature
affliction
Loathsome
cowering
lament
something that causes pain or suffering.
causing hatred or disgust; repulsive.
crouch down in fear
a passionate expression of grief or sorrow
affliction
something that causes pain or suffering.
Loathsome
causing hatred or disgust; repulsive.
64 terms
IEW Medieval History Vocabulary
Fetid
Massive
Dilapidated
Intrepid
Stinky
Huge
Partly ruined; broken down
Fearless
Fetid
Stinky
Massive
Huge
IEW Medieval History Vocabulary
Massive
Intrepid
Dilapidated
Fetid
Huge
Fearless
Partly ruined; broken down
Stinky
Massive
Huge
Intrepid
Fearless
40 terms
IEW Vocabulary - Medieval History
fetid
massive
dilapidated
intrepid
stinky
huge
partly ruined; broken down
fearless
fetid
stinky
massive
huge
61 terms
IEW Medieval History Vocabulary
Massive
Intrepid
Dilapidated
Fetid
Huge
Fearless
Partly ruined; broken down
Stinky
Massive
Huge
Intrepid
Fearless
23 terms
African Medieval History Vocabulary
griot
hajj
Mansa Musa
Ibn Battuta
an oral historian who preserves history by learning and perfo…
a trip to Mecca, the holiest city for Muslilms, which every M…
Ruler of Mali (r.1312-1337 CE) who made a hajj to Mecca; on t…
(1304-1369) Morrocan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled…
griot
an oral historian who preserves history by learning and perfo…
hajj
a trip to Mecca, the holiest city for Muslilms, which every M…
32 terms
Medieval History and Literature Test--3rd and 4th periods
Repeated phrases or lines usually betw…
Because of the bubonic plague (black d…
True or False? The ballad is often pre…
The nobility began paying workers in c…
refrain
serfs/peasants
true
freedom
Repeated phrases or lines usually betw…
refrain
Because of the bubonic plague (black d…
serfs/peasants
50 terms
Humanities Final Medieval Society: Literature, Art, History
Feudalism
Fief
Vassal
Chevalier
the system of political organization prevailing in Europe bet…
in feudal society, land or property given to a warrior in ret…
any member of the feudal nobility who vowed to serve a lord i…
a male member of the nobility who was first and foremost a mo…
Feudalism
the system of political organization prevailing in Europe bet…
Fief
in feudal society, land or property given to a warrior in ret…
30 terms
Medieval History and Literature Test--1st and 2nd Periods
Repeated phrases or lines usually betw…
Because of the bubonic plague (black d…
True or False? The ballad is often pre…
The nobility began paying workers in c…
refrain
serfs/peasants
true
freedom
Repeated phrases or lines usually betw…
refrain
Because of the bubonic plague (black d…
serfs/peasants
18 terms
History - Vocabulary - Medieval History
Liege Lord
Homage
Relief
Subinfeudation
That Lord, whom the vassal must serve, even if he has conflic…
An oath sworn by the vassal to the lord, acknowledging allegi…
Inheritance tax on the vassal at his death when the fief pass…
the grant of a fief by a vassal to a subordinate who becoes h…
Liege Lord
That Lord, whom the vassal must serve, even if he has conflic…
Homage
An oath sworn by the vassal to the lord, acknowledging allegi…
21 terms
Medieval History and Literature Test: Quotes Spoken
Edward's mother
Lord Randall's mother
Gentlemen
Goodman
And what penance wul ye drie for that?
And where ha you been, my handsome young man?
Do ye tak aff the auld man's beard, / And I'll kiss the goodw…
Gae out and bar the door. (line 8)
Edward's mother
And what penance wul ye drie for that?
Lord Randall's mother
And where ha you been, my handsome young man?
13 terms
Medieval History and Literature Test: Literary Devices
foreshadowing
incremental repetition
dialect
foreshadowing
And I feir [. . .] my dear master, / That we will cum to harme
And slowly, slowly rase she up, / And slowly, slowly left him…
And what wul ye leive to your bairns and your wife,
Drinking the blude-reid wine
foreshadowing
And I feir [. . .] my dear master, / That we will cum to harme
incremental repetition
And slowly, slowly rase she up, / And slowly, slowly left him…
Medieval History Vocabulary 2016
fetid
massive
dilapidated
intrepid
stinky
huge
partly ruined; broken down
fearless
fetid
stinky
massive
huge
72 terms
IEW Vocabulary Medieval History
din
myriad
abashed
analyze
n. a loud, confused or clanging noise
n. very great number of persons or things.
v. to be made embarrassed
v. to examine the parts of something
din
n. a loud, confused or clanging noise
myriad
n. very great number of persons or things.
Ancient and Medieval History Vocabulary
Mesopotamia
Jericho
Iraq
Ubaid
Region where farming and agriculture first emerged
First permanent settlement
Modern-day country where most of ancient Mesopotamia can be f…
First civilization in Mesopotamia
Mesopotamia
Region where farming and agriculture first emerged
Jericho
First permanent settlement
64 terms
IEW Medieval History Vocabulary
Fetid
Massive
Dilapidated
Intrepid
Stinky... Lesson 1
Huge... Lesson 1
Partly ruined; broken down... Lesson 1
Fearless... Lesson 1
Fetid
Stinky... Lesson 1
Massive
Huge... Lesson 1
26 terms
African Medieval History Vocabulary
griot
hajj
Mansa Musa
Ibn Battuta
an oral historian who preserves history by learning and perfo…
a trip to Mecca, the holiest city for Muslilms, which every M…
Ruler of Mali (r.1312-1337 CE) who made a hajj to Mecca; on t…
(1304-1369) Morrocan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled…
griot
an oral historian who preserves history by learning and perfo…
hajj
a trip to Mecca, the holiest city for Muslilms, which every M…
61 terms
IEW Medieval History Vocabulary
Massive
Intrepid
Dilapidated
Fetid
Huge
Fearless
Partly ruined; broken down
Stinky
Massive
Huge
Intrepid
Fearless
8 terms
Medieval History/Literature Roman Empire Guide
What lands did C.C. have?
What was C.C.'s territory's capital?
What lands did M.A. have?
What was M.A.'s territory's capital?
Galliae, Viennensis, and Britanniae (Britain)
Trier
Italia, Hispaniae (Spain, Africa)
Milan
What lands did C.C. have?
Galliae, Viennensis, and Britanniae (Britain)
What was C.C.'s territory's capital?
Trier
40 terms
IEW Vocabulary - Medieval History
fetid
massive
dilapidated
intrepid
stinky
huge
partly ruined; broken down
fearless
fetid
stinky
massive
huge
31 terms
History - Medieval Vocabulary
cathedral
monastery
convent
St. Benedict
A large or important Christian church, gothic style
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
Christian community under monastic vows, especially one of nu…
founded a community of monks for which he wrote a set of rule…
cathedral
A large or important Christian church, gothic style
monastery
A place where communities of monks live lives of devotion to…
AP Art History Medieval Vocabulary
Animal style
Chasing
Cloissonne
Codex (plural
a medieval art form in which animals are depicted in a styliz…
to ornament metal by indenting into a surface with a hammer
enamel work in which colored areas are separated by thin band…
codices): a manuscript book
Animal style
a medieval art form in which animals are depicted in a styliz…
Chasing
to ornament metal by indenting into a surface with a hammer
72 terms
IEW Vocabulary Medieval History
din
myriad
abashed
analyze
n. a loud, confused or clanging noise
n. very great number of persons or things.
v. to be made embarrassed
v. to examine the parts of something
din
n. a loud, confused or clanging noise
myriad
n. very great number of persons or things.
34 terms
History Medieval Vocabulary
Medieval
Frontier
Missi Dominici
Curriculum
Referring to the Middle Ages in Europe or the period of histo…
Sparsely produced, undeveloped area for the outskirts.
Charmelege's appointed provincial rulers
Formal course of study, based on Latin learning
Medieval
Referring to the Middle Ages in Europe or the period of histo…
Frontier
Sparsely produced, undeveloped area for the outskirts.
30 terms
Vocabulary Terms- Medieval History
primary sources
secondary sources
medieval society
pax romana
are objects that you can still hold and see with out being ph…
an object that has being photographed or replicated from the…
In European history, the Middle Ages, or Medieval period, las…
the peace enforced by ancient Rome within its empire
primary sources
are objects that you can still hold and see with out being ph…
secondary sources
an object that has being photographed or replicated from the…
30 terms
Vocabulary Terms- Medieval History
Primary sources
Secondary sources
Medieval Society
Pax Romana
A primary source is a document or physical object which was w…
In contrast, a secondary source of information is one that wa…
Time period from 476-1500 which describes peoples state of li…
the peace enforced by ancient Rome within its empire
Primary sources
A primary source is a document or physical object which was w…
Secondary sources
In contrast, a secondary source of information is one that wa…
30 terms
African Medieval History Vocabulary
griot
hajj
Mansa Musa
Ibn Battuta
an oral historian who preserves history by learning and perfo…
a trip to Mecca, the holiest city for Muslims, which every Mu…
Ruler of Mali who made a hajj to Mecca; on the way there, he…
the most widely traveled individual of his time. His writings…
griot
an oral historian who preserves history by learning and perfo…
hajj
a trip to Mecca, the holiest city for Muslims, which every Mu…
30 terms
Medieval History Vocabulary
Chivalry
Demesne
Fealty
Feudalism
covers a variety of ideas and values connected with knights
refers specifically to land held and occupied by its owner, r…
the normal oath of loyalty sworn by a vassal to his lord
a system of economic, political, and social relationships bet…
Chivalry
covers a variety of ideas and values connected with knights
Demesne
refers specifically to land held and occupied by its owner, r…
30 terms
Medieval History Vocabulary
Primary Sources
Secondary Sources
Medieval Society
Pax Romana
Is a source that was created during the time under study, E.g…
A secondary source is a source that was created after the per…
Time period from 476-1500 which describes peoples state of li…
The peace enforced by ancient Rome within its empire
Primary Sources
Is a source that was created during the time under study, E.g…
Secondary Sources
A secondary source is a source that was created after the per…
History Medieval Vocabulary
Alfred the Great
William the Conqueror
Domesday Book
Magna Carta
first king of the united England and who drove out the Vikings
Duke of Normandy, conquered England in 1066
the record of William's survey of England's people and their…
document that restricted the king of England's power, conside…
Alfred the Great
first king of the united England and who drove out the Vikings
William the Conqueror
Duke of Normandy, conquered England in 1066
10 terms
Medieval History Vocabulary
Feudalism
Hierarchy
Chivalry
Sacraments
the economic and political system that developed in Europe du…
a system of organizing people into ranks, with those of highe…
the medieval knight's code of ideal behavior, including brave…
a solemn rite of Christian churches
Feudalism
the economic and political system that developed in Europe du…
Hierarchy
a system of organizing people into ranks, with those of highe…
71 terms
IEW Medieval History Vocabulary
Fetid
Massive
Dilapidated
Intrepid
Stinky
Huge
Partly ruined; broken down
Fearless
Fetid
Stinky
Massive
Huge
14 terms
english 4 vocabulary 1 (medieval literature)
aghast
amended
chagrin
daunt
filled with horror or shock
make minor changes in order to make it fairer, more accurate,…
feeling distressed or humiliated
make someone feel intimidated or apprehensive
aghast
filled with horror or shock
amended
make minor changes in order to make it fairer, more accurate,…
56 terms
IEW Medieval History Vocabulary
fetid
massive
dilapidated
intrepid
stinky
huge
partly ruined, broken down
fearless
fetid
stinky
massive
huge
World History Vocabulary Medieval
Christendom
Papacy
Canon Law
Monasticism
A christian community formed mainly because of the work of mi…
Authority of pope
Church law that Christians had to follow
Voluntary separation from society to dedicate one's life to God
Christendom
A christian community formed mainly because of the work of mi…
Papacy
Authority of pope
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