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1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Vocabulary Middle Ages Europe Scientific Revolution The Renaissance Age of Discovery
2 Under the feudal system these people owned most of the land.
3 Who are Lords?
4 This medical epidemic caused Europe’s population to decline by 25 million during a 50 year period.
5 What is the Black Death?
6 This was commonly done with farmland during the Middle Ages to help unplanted land regain its nutrients.
7 What is Fallow?
8 This economic system existed in the Middle Ages in Europe.
9 What is Feudalism?
10 The period of a rebirth in learning in Europe from 1350-1600 was called this.
11 What is the Renaissance?
12 The Magna Carta gave all people charged with a crime this personal freedom.
13 What is a Right to Trial By Jury?
14 Under the feudal system, these people were bound to the land.
15 Who are Serfs?
16 The Magna Carta gave rights to people from this country.
17 What is England?
18 This religious official held the most power in Europe during the Middle Ages.
19 Who is the Pope?
20 This process was developed by early scientists which involved experimentation and observation.
21 What is the Scientific Method?
22 This early astronomer was placed under house arrest because he argued that the Earth revolved around the sun.
23 Who is Galileo?
24 This English scientist discovered many of the laws of gravity and motion.
25 Who is Sir Isaac Newton?
26 These people captured the Holy Land from the Christians and successfully defended it during the Crusades.
27 Who are Muslims?
28 This early astronomer hypothesized that the Earth and other planets revolved around the Sun.
29 Who is Copernicus?
30 This German priest started the Protestant Reformation with the posting of his 95 Thesis.
31 Who is Martin Luther?
32 This man invented the printing press which helped the spread of ideas during the Renaissance.
33 Who is Johannes Gutenberg?
34 The Renaissance began in this European country around 1350.
35 What is Italy?
36 The German religious reformer, Martin Luther, posted his 95 Thesis which expressed his disagreement with the sale of these.
37 What are Indulgences?
38 This English king left the Catholic Church because he was denied a divorce by the Pope.
39 Who is King Henry VIII of England?
40 Portugal and this European country were the first to explore during the Age of Discovery.
41 What is Spain?
42 The first around the world voyage was successfully completed by this man’s crew.
43 Who is Magellan?
44 Sailing for Spain, Columbus believed that he had landed on this continent in 1492.
45 What is Asia?
46 Europeans wanted to reach Asia because of their desire for gold and this in India and China.
47 What are Spices?
48 This Portuguese sailor was the first to round the southern tip of Africa in 1497.
49 Who is Vasco da Gama?
50 This Polish Scientist proved the Heliocentric Theory in the 1600s.
51 Who is Galileo?
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