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Papacy vs Monarchy
Got Holy Land?
Get Your Learn On
grApes of the Renaissance
Power to the People
Papacy vs. Monarchy Got Holy Land? Get Your Learn On grApes Quotable Quotes Power to the People
This King of the Franks was appointed Holy Roman Emperor, but could not handle Viking invaders
Who is Charlemagne?
This Holy Roman Emperor disliked it when Pope Gregory VII took away his power to appoint bishops
Who is Henry IV?
To be formally “kicked out” of the church
What is excommunication ?
This Pope promised salvation to all Christians who went on a crusade
Who is Urban II?
When the pope dies, we elect a new one
Who are Cardinals (College of Cardinals)?
The Crusades were a Christian attempt to gain control of this Holy Land
What Palestine & Jerusalem?
This is the number of successful Crusades for the Christians
What is ONE?
This is the group leading the Muslims when the Crusades began
Who are the Seljuk Turks?
After the Crusades, this increased in Italy, making people very rich
What is trade (commerce)?
The Crusades let to a rebirth of interest in classical learning from these cultures
Who are ancient Greeks and Romans?
These people were the most likely to be educated in medieval Europe
Who are priests and nobles?
Mendicants helped to transform cathedral schools into these
What are universities?
Philosophy that encouraged people to explore their surroundings
What is Humanism?
The spread of Renaissance ideas was helped by translating books into vernacular, which means this
What is common language?
This term means “to spread”
What is disseminate?
Who is Leonardo da Vinci?
Who is Dante Alighieri?
Who is Marco Polo?
I was the first person to translate the Bible from Latin
Who is Martin Luther?
I wrote the plays OTHELLO, HAMLET, and ROMEO AND JULIET
Who is William Shakespeare?
“I am the absolute ruler of this manor built upon a fief I received from the king”
Who is a medieval lord?
“I will follow the code of chivalry and swear loyalty to my lord”
Who is a medieval knight?
“It is my belief that there is an order built into nature that is common to all people”
Who is Thomas Aquinas?
“I was very frightened as the Crusaders approached our city of Constantinople, for I was not sure of their intentions”
Who is Ana Comnena?
“Renaissance information can reach many more people now that my printing press is perfected”
Who is Johannes Guttenberg?
The legal document signed by King John that applied to everyone, even the king himself
What is the Magna Carta?
The part of the Magna Carta that stated no free man shall be falsely imprisoned
What is habeus corpus?
King Henry II created royal courts to limit their power
Who are nobles?
They received a “voice” in government with the creation of England’s Parliament
Who are commoners?
Legal reform that stopped the king from keeping an army when England was not at war
What is the English Bill of Rights?
Craftsmen in Cordoba Spain helped the Renaissance to grow with their production of this material
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