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Chapter 10 Vocabulary
A long series of wars between Christians and Muslims in Southwest Asia. Crusades
The region where Jesus had lived, preached, and died. Holy Land
Called “Lion Heart” for his courage. Was a skilled solider and a great general. Richard I
Often called one of the greatest generals of the Middle Ages. Crusaders respected his sometimes kind treatment of fallen enemies. Saladin
A group of people who dedicate their lives to religion and follow common rules. Religious order
Born in Assisi, Italy he gave away all of his money and possessions. He lived a simple life, preaching and tending to people who were poor or ill. Saint Francis of Assisi
People who belonged to religious orders but lived and worked among the general public. Friars
He argued that rational thought could be used to support Christian beliefs. Thomas Aquinas
A law that governed how the world operated. Natural Law
This document listed rights that the king could not ignore. Magna Carta
Started as a council of nobles to advise the king over time developed into the law-making body that governs England today. Parliament
A long conflict between England and France Hundred Years’ War.
A deadly plague that swept through Europe between 1347 and 1351 Black Death
Religious ideas that oppose accepted church teachings Heresy
Efforts to retake Spain from the Moors. Reconquista
She made great contributions to Spanish society. She encouraged religion and education. She also paid for the voyages of Christopher Columbus Queen Isabella
An organization of priests that looked for and punished non-Christians in Spain. Spanish Inquisition
THE FORMATION OF WESTERN EUROPE REVIEW
Chapter 10 – The Later Middle Ages
Middle Ages Battleship
$200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Cruising with the Crusades.
What did the conflict between
Bellringer Clear EVERYTHING off your desk. Have something to write with We are going to play a game… don’t blow it!
The Middle Ages Chapter 13 Section 2.
Chapter 18 – The Later Middle Ages
Warm-up Who is the pope? What conflicts do you think the church and kings may have had?
Chapter 10 Section 1 & Section 2 Vocabulary. TermDefinitionPicture Excommunicate The Holy Roman Empire Cast out from the church, a punishment given by.
Popes and kings dominated European society in the Middle Ages.
Christians vs. Muslims. Huge expeditions that Roman Catholic Christians mounted in an effort to recapture Palestine, the land of Christian origins,
Christianity and Medieval Society. Say it all together…Everyone wanted to go to HEAVEN and there was only one way to get there.
1200s-1400s Spain. By 1100s, some started questioning the church Heresy: religious ideas that oppose accepted church teachings (Heretics) In the.
Guided Reading Activity 15-1 – 15-5
Background Information William the Conqueror Norman (in France) who claimed the throne of England October 14, 1066 is the last time England was invaded.
Chapter 10 Section 5 Challenges to Church Authority pg 282
CHALLENGES TO CHURCH AUTHORITY
The Middle Ages; Ch 13, section 3: pages Medieval (Latin for “middle ages”) Europe CE Kings and Queens Lords and Ladies Kingdoms and Castle.
Tuesday and Wed Understand the causes of the Crusades and their affects on Christians, Muslims, and Jews in Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean.
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