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Medieval World Chapter 8
Franks
Clovis
Merovingian House
do-nothing-kings
most powerful of the Germanic tribes establishing independent…
"King of the Franks" converted to Christianity and gained sup…
family feuds, quarrels, territorial disputes; Frankish family…
such immoral, ineffective rulers who did not "rule" . Mayor o…
Franks
most powerful of the Germanic tribes establishing independent…
Clovis
"King of the Franks" converted to Christianity and gained sup…
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Chapter 8 - Medieval
Medieval
Feudalism
Vassal
Feudal Contract
Of or pertaining to the time of the middle ages
The principles and practices of the feudal system
A person in the feudal system that is granted the use of land…
The agreement between lord and vassal confirming each ones re…
Medieval
Of or pertaining to the time of the middle ages
Feudalism
The principles and practices of the feudal system
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Chapter 8 Medieval Vocabulary
Medieval
Frontier
Missi Dominic
Curriculum
Reffering to the middle ages in Europe or the period of histo…
Sparsely populated undeveloped areas on the outskirts of civi…
Agents of emperor Charlemagne who traveled throughout the emp…
Formal coarse of study
Medieval
Reffering to the middle ages in Europe or the period of histo…
Frontier
Sparsely populated undeveloped areas on the outskirts of civi…
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Chapter 8 (Medieval Vocab)
Medieval
Frontier
Missi Dominci
Curriculum
Period of time that means "middle age"
Undeveloped area outside of a civilization
People who went out and checked on problems during the Reign…
Formal course of study based on Latin
Medieval
Period of time that means "middle age"
Frontier
Undeveloped area outside of a civilization
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history alive! the medieval world and beyond chapter 8
clan
polytheist
tribe
monotheism
a group of related families
a person who believes in more than one god
a social group who shares a common ancestry, leadership, and…
belief in a single god
clan
a group of related families
polytheist
a person who believes in more than one god
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Chapter 8 Medieval Japan
Samurai were often "paid" in ___ or __…
Samurai and their families follow a st…
_____ means "divine wind" and helped t…
____ is a beautiful form of writing th…
rice (food) or land
bushido
Kamikaze
calligraphy
Samurai were often "paid" in ___ or __…
rice (food) or land
Samurai and their families follow a st…
bushido
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Chapter 8 Medieval
476 ad -1500ad
Europe
Eurasia
Frontier land
Middle age ,fall of Roman Empire and start of the modern period
The second smallest area of all the continents
Landmass that stretches west Portugal from east China
Sparkly populated, underdeveloped area that is on the outside…
476 ad -1500ad
Middle age ,fall of Roman Empire and start of the modern period
Europe
The second smallest area of all the continents
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Chapter 8- The Making of Medieval Europe
Franks
Clovis
Merovingian House
do-nothing kings
the most powerful Germanic people in the early Middle Ages; k…
"King of the Franks" who converted to Christianity
first royal line of the franks
seventh-century Merovingian kings who reigned but did not rul…
Franks
the most powerful Germanic people in the early Middle Ages; k…
Clovis
"King of the Franks" who converted to Christianity
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Chapter 8 medieval history
College of cardinals
Excommunication
Concordat of worms
Canon law
Election for pope, people represent their district and vote f…
Henry betrays pope Gregory and tries to beg him for forgivene…
Law and election of bishop
Church law and rule
College of cardinals
Election for pope, people represent their district and vote f…
Excommunication
Henry betrays pope Gregory and tries to beg him for forgivene…
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Medieval World Chapter 8
Middle Ages
Europe
Eurasia
Frontier
period 500-1450 between the fall of the Roman Empire and star…
Second Smallest of the 7 continents
giant land mass that stretches from Portugal in the west to C…
Land that is sparsely populated, underdeveloped area on the o…
Middle Ages
period 500-1450 between the fall of the Roman Empire and star…
Europe
Second Smallest of the 7 continents
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Chapter 8: Medieval Music
Conjunct Melody
Disjunct Motion
Melody of Medieval music:
Rhythm of Medieval music
Normally Stepwise motion
Leaps
- Mostly conjuct motion ... - Narrow range... - Diatonic scales
Rhythm: ... - Gregorian Chant and early secular songs have:... 1. N…
Conjunct Melody
Normally Stepwise motion
Disjunct Motion
Leaps
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Chapter 8: Medieval Europe
Church
Peasantry nobility, clergy
Petrine Theory
Transubstantiation
Heart of medieval society
Three classes of society
States that Christ made Peter the first pope
Transformation of the bread and wine to body and blood
Church
Heart of medieval society
Peasantry nobility, clergy
Three classes of society
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Chapter 8: Medieval Europe
Roman Church
Predominence
Leo I
pope
heart of society, "catholic"
Patriarchates, Leo I, Petrine theory
kept Attila from destroying Rome, called pope
father-protector
Roman Church
heart of society, "catholic"
Predominence
Patriarchates, Leo I, Petrine theory
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Chapter 8: Medieval Europe
church
predominence
Leo I
age of faith
heart of society, "catholic"
most important, strongest
kept Attila the Hun from destroying Rome; called the pope (fa…
period of the lack of literacy
church
heart of society, "catholic"
predominence
most important, strongest
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Chapter 8 Medieval ages
Middle ages
Europe
Eurasia
Frontier land
Period from 476-1500, between fall of Rome and modern era
Second smallest continent in land mass
Giant land mass that stretches from Portugal to China
Uncharted land that is spatially populated, underdeveloped ar…
Middle ages
Period from 476-1500, between fall of Rome and modern era
Europe
Second smallest continent in land mass
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Chapter 8 and 15: Byzantine and Early Medieval
Hagia Sophia... Istanbul, Turkey
Church of San Vitale
Emperor Justinian and His Attendants... W…
Empress Theodora and Her Attendants... Wh…
Hagia Sophia... Istanbul, Turkey
Church of San Vitale
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Chapter 8 Medieval Times
Clovis made the conversion to this rel…
Bottom of the food chain in fuedal soc…
Much to the dismay of the church, peas…
In order to buy goods a merchant would…
Christianity
Serf
Sing, dance, and gossip
Capital
Clovis made the conversion to this rel…
Christianity
Bottom of the food chain in fuedal soc…
Serf
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Chapter 8 The Medieval West
Culture Mix
Chieftans
Feudalism
Clovis
German, Roman, Christian
Kings
Social economic system based on land ownership
Most famous Merovingian King... Marries Clothide (Burgundy Princ…
Culture Mix
German, Roman, Christian
Chieftans
Kings
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Chapter 8 Medieval Period
people were illiterate
Frescoes
Modes
Simple melodies, natural rhythms for t…
why did they have stained glass?
water color on lime plaster (sisistine chapel)
medieval melodies were based on this
What were the characteristics of chants? (4 things)
people were illiterate
why did they have stained glass?
Frescoes
water color on lime plaster (sisistine chapel)
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Chapter 8: Medieval Music
Medieval period
liturgy
linear polyphony
unison
period from 500-1450
words of the mass
polyphonic music conceived without an intention that the comb…
production of music by several voices or instruments at the s…
Medieval period
period from 500-1450
liturgy
words of the mass
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Chapter 8 Medieval society
In the eighth century, wide use of wha…
Which of the following were least like…
All of the following is true of the lo…
The lords original purpose in granting…
c
b
b
d
In the eighth century, wide use of wha…
c
Which of the following were least like…
b
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Chapter 8 medieval Europe
Who became king of the franks in north…
Who were the do-nothing kings?
What is the date of Charlemagne crowni…
What is Missi dominici
Clavis
Mayors of The palace who supervise households
Christmas day 800
Messengers sent in Paris by Charlemagne throughout his empire…
Who became king of the franks in north…
Clavis
Who were the do-nothing kings?
Mayors of The palace who supervise households
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Chapter 8 The Medieval Ages
Middle Ages
Europe
Eurasia
Frontier Land
500-1450 between the fall of the Roman Empire and the start o…
The second smallest land area of the seven continents
The giant landmass that stretches from Portugal in the west a…
Uncharted land that is spartially populated, underdeveloped a…
Middle Ages
500-1450 between the fall of the Roman Empire and the start o…
Europe
The second smallest land area of the seven continents
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chapter 8 medieval humanities
apostle
messiah
rabbi
sutra
1 out of 12 disciples chosen by Jesus to preach his gospels
the anointed one
is a Jewish teacher or master that is trained in Jewish laws
an instructional chapter or discourse in any sacred book of b…
apostle
1 out of 12 disciples chosen by Jesus to preach his gospels
messiah
the anointed one
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history alive! the medieval world and beyond chapter 8
clan
polytheist
tribe
monotheism
a group of related families
a person who believes in more than one god
a social group who shares a common ancestry, leadership, and…
belief in a single god
clan
a group of related families
polytheist
a person who believes in more than one god
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Philosophy Chapter 8 (Medieval)
Theology
Aurelius Augustine
Augustinian Order
Principles of Reason
- the study or science of God
- God and Satan are evenly matched in a cosmic struggle and h…
- the oldest Christian monastic order in the West
- "rules of inference"; define the limits of rationality by t…
Theology
- the study or science of God
Aurelius Augustine
- God and Satan are evenly matched in a cosmic struggle and h…
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Chapter 8 Medieval Period
Music was...
Nuemes
What was different about the notation…
What about the staff was different
Liturgical, from memory, unmeasured, arrhythmic
Notation system
square note heads no rhythm symbols
4 lines, 3 spaces
Music was...
Liturgical, from memory, unmeasured, arrhythmic
Nuemes
Notation system
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Vocab Chapter 8; Medieval Times
Frontier
Missi Dominici
Curriculum
Feudalism
An undeveloped area outside of a civilization
People who went out and checked on problems during the reign…
Formal course of study based on Latin
Loosely organized system of rule in which powerful local lord…
Frontier
An undeveloped area outside of a civilization
Missi Dominici
People who went out and checked on problems during the reign…
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Chapter 8 Medieval Ages Vocab
Common law
Jury
Magna carta
Due processes of law
Legal system based on custom and court rulings
Legal group of people sworn to make a decision in a legal cas…
The Great charter signed by King John of England and 1215 for…
The requirement that the government act fairly and in accorda…
Common law
Legal system based on custom and court rulings
Jury
Legal group of people sworn to make a decision in a legal cas…
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Medieval Europe Test Chapter 8 & 9
chivalry
guilds
Jouneymen
Carloman
Code of conduct for knights during the Middle Ages
Association of merchants or artisans - like unions today
Mid level skilled worker
Son of Pepin the Short who died in 771, making his twin broth…
chivalry
Code of conduct for knights during the Middle Ages
guilds
Association of merchants or artisans - like unions today
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Chapter 8 Medieval Ages Vocab
Common law
Jury
Magna carta
Due processes of law
Legal system based on custom and court rulings
Legal group of people sworn to make a decision in a legal cas…
The Great charter signed by King John of England and 1215 for…
The requirement that the government act fairly and in accorda…
Common law
Legal system based on custom and court rulings
Jury
Legal group of people sworn to make a decision in a legal cas…
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Medieval History Chapter 8 Vocab
Feudalism
Vassal
Fief
Homage
A political system in which nobles are granted the use of lan…
A knight who promised to support a lord in exchange for land.
An estate granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for servi…
Honor or respect demonstrated publicly
Feudalism
A political system in which nobles are granted the use of lan…
Vassal
A knight who promised to support a lord in exchange for land.
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Chapter 8-The Medieval Period
Artistic Features of Gothic Architecture
Early Christian Music
Modes
Characteristics of Medieval Music
Many Arches, Windows and Points. Not very life like (not stat…
Christians Preserved Medieval Christian Music, but Also did n…
Each had its own distinctive behavior. 7 of them. 1 was major…
Meant to do in a linear fashion instead of a vertical fashion…
Artistic Features of Gothic Architecture
Many Arches, Windows and Points. Not very life like (not stat…
Early Christian Music
Christians Preserved Medieval Christian Music, but Also did n…
Chapter 8 The Medieval Period
cosmological arguments
doctrine of double effect
moral evil
natural law theory
Arguments that reason from the existence of the universe, or…
The moral principle that performing a bad action to bring abo…
Evil that comes from human choices and actions.
The view that right actions are those that conform to moral s…
cosmological arguments
Arguments that reason from the existence of the universe, or…
doctrine of double effect
The moral principle that performing a bad action to bring abo…
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the medieval church- chapter 8.3
roles of the parish preist
village church
views on women
benedict and the benedictine rule
-the primary contact for the christian church... -assistance to…
-social center of medieval towns and villages... -churches often…
-viewed as daughter of eve in need of protection... -women often…
-drew up a set of rules that regulated monastic life... -soon th…
roles of the parish preist
-the primary contact for the christian church... -assistance to…
village church
-social center of medieval towns and villages... -churches often…
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Holt World History Medieval to Early Modern Times Chapter 8 Medieval Japan
clan
Shinto
Prince Shotoku
regent
an extended family
the traditional religion of Japan
Japanese regent, he was one of Japan's greatest leaders. He w…
a person who rules a country for someone who is unable to rul…
clan
an extended family
Shinto
the traditional religion of Japan
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Chapter 8: The Making of Medieval Europe
Extreme Unction
Boniface
Gregory I
Patrick
Administered to a very sick person
Apostle of the Germans
The first pope of the Roman Church
Missionary to Ireland
Extreme Unction
Administered to a very sick person
Boniface
Apostle of the Germans
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Medieval and Early Modern Times Chapter 8
Reformation
Desiderius Erasmus
indulgence
St Peter's Cathederal
the movement to change the Catholic church
wanted to translate the Bible into the vernacular
a pardon of sins that could be bought
Indulgences were sold to finance the rebuilding of this
Reformation
the movement to change the Catholic church
Desiderius Erasmus
wanted to translate the Bible into the vernacular
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Ancient and Medieval Europe: chapter8
City-state
Oligarchy
Patricians
Plebeians
A city or town that controls surrounding villages and farmlan…
Government in which a small group of people rule
Wealthy aristocrats
All the remaining citizens
City-state
A city or town that controls surrounding villages and farmlan…
Oligarchy
Government in which a small group of people rule
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Medieval Europe (history chapter 8)
Leo 1st
Pope
Petrine theory
Teachings of the catholic
1. First great roman pope "prestige" ... 2. Protected Rome from…
"The father protector"
1. Christ made Peter the first pope and gave him supreme auth…
1. "Ignorance" ... a. Most people could not read or write... b. P…
Leo 1st
1. First great roman pope "prestige" ... 2. Protected Rome from…
Pope
"The father protector"
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Medieval and modern times Chapter 8
Reformation
indulgence
denomination
theology
Martin Luther wanted to reform the Catholic church
reduced the churches punishment for a sin
organized branch of Christianity
the study of questions of god
Reformation
Martin Luther wanted to reform the Catholic church
indulgence
reduced the churches punishment for a sin
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Chapter 8 The Making of Medieval Europe
catholic
Leo I
pope
Petrine Theory
Presents Jesus has the head over all things to the church, wh…
Bishop of Rome. Under him the Huns threatened the city of Rom…
father-protector. Titled applied to all bishops in both the E…
Theory that holds that Christ made Peter the first pope and g…
catholic
Presents Jesus has the head over all things to the church, wh…
Leo I
Bishop of Rome. Under him the Huns threatened the city of Rom…
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Chapter 8: Ancient and Medieval Europe
city-state
direct democracy
oligarchy
philosophy
a city or town that controls surrounding villages and nearby…
government in which citizens take part directly in the day-to…
government in which a small group of people
"love of wisdom"
city-state
a city or town that controls surrounding villages and nearby…
direct democracy
government in which citizens take part directly in the day-to…
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Medieval age chapter 8 boldprints
Feudalism
Lords A six foot three whack and a half
Fiefs
Vassal
A form of government prevalent in Western Europe from the 9th…
Landholding nobles
Land grants
A servant
Feudalism
A form of government prevalent in Western Europe from the 9th…
Lords A six foot three whack and a half
Landholding nobles
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Chapter 8- The Making of Medieval Europe
481
He and many of his army _________ to C…
After his death in 511-
Merovingian House was filled with
The Frank, Clovis, took over most of modern day France
Converted
his 3 sons fought over the kingdom
Do-nothing Kings
481
The Frank, Clovis, took over most of modern day France
He and many of his army _________ to C…
Converted
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Medieval World Chapter 8: "Learning about World Religions: Islam"
contradict
distribute
edition
Five Pillars of Islam
to disagree, especially by saying the opposite.
to give out or deliver.
a version of a printed text.
the most basic acts of worship for Muslims: declaration of fa…
contradict
to disagree, especially by saying the opposite.
distribute
to give out or deliver.
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Chapter 8: The Making of Medieval Europe
Franks
Clovis
Merovingian House
"Do-nothing Kings"
The most powerful of the Germanic people in the beginning of…
Head of a Frankish tribe in northern Gaul in 481. "King of th…
Clovis died in 511, after having established a strong, unifie…
Seventh century Frankish kings who had lost most of their pre…
Franks
The most powerful of the Germanic people in the beginning of…
Clovis
Head of a Frankish tribe in northern Gaul in 481. "King of th…
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Chapter 8: Medieval Europe Vocab
Pope Urban
Crusades
1095 CE
Blood Libel
...
...
...
...
Pope Urban
...
Crusades
...
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6Social Studies Medieval Times to Today Chapter 8
World War I
dictator
Great Depression
World War II
the first global war of the 1900s (1914-1918)
an absolute ruler of a country
the worldwide economic downturn of the 1930s
the second global war of the 1900s (1939-1945)
World War I
the first global war of the 1900s (1914-1918)
dictator
an absolute ruler of a country
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Medieval Europe Chapter 8 2016
What church rose to a place of preemin…
What was the primary center for learni…
The_____________ of manor lived a life…
Why did they live a life of proverty
Church in Rome
Monasteries
peasents
Because of rent fees, and tithing
What church rose to a place of preemin…
Church in Rome
What was the primary center for learni…
Monasteries
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