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Jeopardy Review Jeopardy Review 100 200 100 200 300 400 500 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Gothic Arch Important Vocabulary Misc. The Crusades The Church
Gothic Arch 100 This style of architecture was replaced by Gothic What is Romanesque
Gothic Arch 200 This style of arches could be found in Gothic Architecture? What are pointed arches?
Gothic Arch 300 This country was the birth place of Gothic Cathedrals What is France?
Gothic Arch 400 This was the floor plan style of Gothic Cathedrals What is a “T” shape/Cross
Gothic Arch 500 Technique used to transfer weight to thick exterior walls of the cathedral. What are flying buttresses?
Important Vocabulary 100 These tasks had to be completed in order to receive grace and salvation What are sacraments?
Important Vocabulary 200 These were people who announced the participants at a jousting tournament. What are heralds?
Important Vocabulary 300 This is the supreme punishment that only the Pope could inflict, which meant banning from the Church. What is Excommunication?
Important Vocabulary 400 This was a political organization developed and used during the Middle Ages What is feudalism?
Important Vocabulary 500 When feudal lords and vassals appoint bishops and/or abbots What is Lay Investiture?
Misc 100 This killed over 1/3 of Europe's population What is The Black Plague
Misc. 200. Who was William the Conqueror? Who invaded Britain in 1066 and conquered killed its king at the Battle of Hastings.
Misc. 300 This war erupted in 1337 when the French king died without an heir. Joan of Arc was in this war. What was the 100 Years War?
Misc. 400 What is the Magna Carta? This document gave people of England basic civil rights and is the basis for the Bill of Rights in the US?
Misc. 500 This city was the first to use democratic governments in Ancient Greece? What is Athens?
Crusades 100 How many crusades happened during the Middle Ages? What is 9
Crusades 200 What three groups of people were involved with the Crusades? Who are the Christians, Muslims and Jewish?
DAILY DOUBLE – Crusades 300 This is what Crusaders wore on their clothing and armor. What is a red cross
Crusades 400 These two men were the leaders of the Christians and the Muslims Who are Richard and Saladin?
Crusades 500 What was the event called when Spain reclaimed control of the country and expelled all Jewish people What is the Reconquista/Inquisition
The Church 100 This is the title given to the head of the Catholic Church Who is the Pope?
The Church 200 These are the officials responsible for electing the Pope. Who are the College of Cardinals?
The Church 300 How did people understand the biblical stories told in church What is stained glass and sculptures?
The Church 400 This was the language of the Roman Catholic Church. What is Latin?
The Church 500 This agreement stated the Church alone could appoint a bishop, but the emperor could veto the appointment What is the Concordat of Worms?
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The Crusades Political Changes Social/Eco. Change Bubonic.
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The High & Late Middle Ages Test Review Answers. 1. Law was the same for all people 2. Everyday language of ordinary people 3. Study that uses reason.
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Soon after Charlemagne (leader of the Franks) takes control of the city of Rome, The Catholic Church exerts it’s Authority. Pope Gelasius I 2 Swords Political.
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The Medieval Church. Church Authority Involved in spiritual and political matters Structure –Clergy –Pope –Bishops –Local priests.
Papal States- territories in central Italy Lay investiture- secular rulers choose priests and bishops and give them the symbols of their office.
In the Late Middle Ages. England William the Conqueror, leader of the Norman Conquest, conquered and united most of England. William the Conqueror Battle.
The Catholic Church undergoes reform and launches Crusades against Muslims.
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Christians vs. Muslims. Huge expeditions that Roman Catholic Christians mounted in an effort to recapture Palestine, the land of Christian origins,
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WARM-UP Define the Following terms: Monastery Troubadour Serf What Leader brought Christianity to the Franks? Who wrote the book of rules that.
Chapter Trouble Ahead: The Emperor vs. the Pope Began with crowning of Charlemagne Otto I united Germany and part of Italy into Holy Roman Empire.
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High to Late Middle Ages. High Middle Ages –The Middle Ages in Europe had reached a high point in the 1200’s. Life had finally stabilized and become peaceful.
Geography Important People Key Vocabular y Conquerors CrusadesWars and Agreements The Church Potpourri
The Birth of a Power Struggle The Roman Catholic Church Popes, Bishops and Clergy The “State” Rise of European “Empires”
The Late Middle Ages. Popes Kings Head of Holy Roman Church (everyone in Medieval Europe belonged to this church) Held great spiritual power Seen as God’s.
CHAPTER 13 CHAPTER 14. European Middle Ages, 500–1200 SECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 Charlemagne Unites Germanic Kingdoms Feudalism in Europe.
THE MIDDLE AGES. THE START OF THE MIDDLE AGES In the 5 th century (400s) Germanic tribes invaded and overran the western half of the Roman Empire.
- William the Conqueror took the throne of England in 1066, he helped unify England and strengthen the monarchy. - He made a system of tax collecting.
Post Classical Civilizations: The Crusades. The Effects of the Crusades New Ideas and Products Europeans had greater exposure to new ideas like.
MA #7 due Monday Test on the Middle Ages Wednesday. Study!
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Middle Ages. The Beginnings ( ) Western Roman Empire Collapsed Western Europe became tribal kingdoms –Individual laws and customs –Decline –Cities.
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The Middle Ages in Europe (Medieval Europe). The Dark Ages 500 A.D. – 800 A.D. Germanic barbarians destroyed Rome and the Roman way of life which led.
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The Culture of the High Middle Ages Architectural changes Papal authority v. the Power of Kings.
Middle Ages Battleship. Q. This system of promises governed relationships between lords and vassals.
Europe Begins to Bounce Back New styles in Architecture Commercial Revolution The nature of guilds and trade unions Economic Revival Educational Revival.
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