A landmass that includes Europe and Asia __________. Euripia Eurasia Asropia Converted the Irish to Christianity. Charlemagne Clovis St. Patrick Built a European empire and was crowned Emperor of the Romans in 800. Charlemagne Clovis St. Patrick Fought to gain control of Palestine, the Holy Land. Hundred Years WarGermanic InvasionsCrusades
The basis of power under the feudal system. MoneyMilitaryLand ownership An organization of people with similar trades. Club GuildUnion People in southern Europe great seafarers and traders due to this particular geographic feature. Peninsula MountainsRivers
St. Thomas Aquinas Eleanor of Aquitane Emperor Henry IV Charlemagne William the Conqueror Hagia Sophia Person who held great political power at a time when women usually did not. Yeah! You are exactly right!!
St. Thomas Aquinas Eleanor of Aquitane Emperor Henry IV Charlemagne William the Conqueror Hagia Sophia Person who argued that rational thought could support Christian beliefs. Yeah! You are exactly right!!
St. Thomas Aquinas Eleanor of Aquitane Emperor Henry IV Charlemagne William the Conqueror Hagia Sophia Person who defeated Harold at the Battle of Hastings and became king of England. Yeah! You are exactly right!!
St. Thomas Aquinas Eleanor of Aquitane Emperor Henry IV Charlemagne William the Conqueror Hagia Sophia Person who benefited from cooperating with the Pope. Yeah! You are exactly right!!
St. Thomas Aquinas Eleanor of Aquitane Emperor Henry IV Charlemagne William the Conqueror Hagia Sophia Person who disagreed with Pope Gregory the VII over who should select bishops. Yeah! You are exactly right!!
No, I’m sorry Hagia Sophia was an impressive church built by Justinian. Try again!
No, I’m sorry St. Thomas Aquinas argued that rational thought could support Christian beliefs. Try again!
No, I’m sorry Henry IV was an Emperor that disagreed with Pope Gregory VII over who should select bishops. Try again!
No, I’m sorry Charlemagne was a Frankish king that benefited from cooperating with the Pope. Try again!
Try again! No, I’m sorry Eleanor of Aquitaine was an unusual woman during the Middle Ages since she held great political power.
No, I’m sorry William the Conqueror became king of England when he defeated Harold at the Battle of Hastings. Try again!
Match them up. Forced to sign the Magna Carta in 1215 in order to limit the king’s power. Samurai and Knights both followed codes emphasizing this. Frankish king who started schools, spread Christianity, and was crowned Emperor of the Romans in 800. Charlemagne Loyalty King John
Between 700 and 800 peasants were willing to trade freedom for __________ due to attacks from ________ that sailed up the many rivers to attack inland cities. Due to the unsafe atmosphere many would swear their loyalty in return for _____ and _______ which became known as the __________. This method spread to England when _______ became king. The same method of ruling was present in ________where warriors called _______ trained in exact methods of warfare to protect others. This method of ruling lasted longer in _________ than _______ where it began to decline when the__________ began to increase. (land,protection) (Germanic Tribes,Vikings) (land, Social class) (protection, wealth) (Feudal System, Guild Association) (Charlemagne,William the Conqueror) (Africa,Japan) (Shoguns,Samurai) (population,servitude) (Europe,Japan)(Europe,Japan)
The Crusades Tensions between Jews and Christians Byzantine Emperor wanted help due to… Muslim Turks threatening Constantinople Gain control of Palestine, the Holy Land. Fought to… Bring the eastern bishops back under the pope’s control. Pope Urban II called on… Christians to fight the Muslim Turks. Crusaders to attack Constantinople.
The Crusades The Holy Land remained under Muslin control. In the end… The Holy Land came under Christian control. Feudalism spread to Asia and Northern Africa. Resulting from the Crusades… Trade between Europe and Asia increased. Most important result… Muslims and Christians gained respect for one another. Trade and exchange of ideas between Europe and Asia increased.
Ferdinand and Isabella married… to unite France and England to unite Castile and Aragon. make all of Spain Christian. make the pope recognize their authority. Their goal was to…
Through the Middle Ages: During the Middle Ages __________ was the center of life. Most art and architecture was ______________________. During this time period __________ were discriminated against throughout Europe. Medieval Christians feared _____________ because they believed that those cast out from the church would not get into heaven. (religion, manor) (based on natural law,concerned with religious expression) (Jews,Friars) (excommunication,plagiarism)
Through the Middle Ages: Popes tried to increase their power and came into conflict with ________________. Around the year 1000 cities began to grow due to the ____________________________. Close contact along with unsanitary conditions lead to the spread of the plague. After the plague life changed for peasants and serfs as they _________________________. (bishops, kings) (the increase of population and trade,the decrease of Viking Raids) (had to work much longer days,they began to demand wages for their labor)
The purpose of the Spanish Inquisition was… To find and burn places afflicted with the plague. To punish and kill heretics and non-Christians. Expel all Muslim spies from the country. To reveal and stop church corruption and waste.
The Hundred Years’ War started when the _______________ invaded the _____________ country. __________ won the war because of the efforts of ___________. ___________ king lost power after the Hundred Years’ War while _________ king gained power. (king of England,king of France) (Queen Isabella,Joan of Arc) (The king of England,The king of France) (England’s,France’s) (England’s,France’s) (king of England’s,king of France’s)