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A period in European history from about the 400s to the 1400s.
The practice of giving land in return for military service and loyalty during the Middle Ages.
Largest Kingdom in West Africa, made rich by the gold-salt trade
An economic system that organized agricultural labor.
Specialized system that includes apprentice-> journeymen-> master
African Kingdom that means great stone building (and no they were not built by white people) African Kingdom that means great stone building (and no they were not built by white people)
The Great Zimbabwe
The spread of ideas, customs, and technologies from one people to another
Economic expansion and the growth of banking in the late Middle Ages spurred by merchants and trade
Began in the European countryside by Peasants adopted new farming technologies that made their fields more productive
A series of wars in which European Christians tried to win control of the Holy Land from Muslims.
A Christian Kingdom located in eastern Africa
Place in order King/ Monarch Peasant/ Serf Knights God/Church Nobles King/ Monarch Peasant/ Serf Knights God/Church Nobles
God/Church King Nobles/Lord Knights Peasant God/Church King Nobles/Lord Knights Peasant
Question During the early Middle Ages, western European societies were most influenced by
Answer Church/ Pope
Question What are long-term results of the Crusades?
Answer (negative) tension between Muslims and Christians (positive) Cultural exchanges between the Middle East and Europe grew (negative) tension between Muslims and Christians (positive) Cultural exchanges between the Middle East and Europe grew
Question power and position in Middle Age society was based on the amount of ________ one owned
Question What was the Eastern half of the Roman Empire called?
Answer The Byzantine Empire
Question Why was the Feudal System necessary?
Answer Kings had a difficult time protecting their land
Question How did Pope Urban II get people to go on the Crusades?
Answer Promised a ticket to heaven/ all sins to be washed away
Question What was a peasants/ serfs responsibility?
Answer Give part of their crops to the lord Pay taxes to the lord Perform special jobs for the lord Give part of their crops to the lord Pay taxes to the lord Perform special jobs for the lord
Question What benefits did a peasant receive on a manor?
Answer Safety A Place to farm and raise their family Safety A Place to farm and raise their family
Question The King gave the Lord land in exchange for
Answer Loyalty & Protection
Question Name 2 of the 4 aspects of cultural exchange?
Answer Shared ideas Growth in trade networks Population growth & movement Strong Empires Shared ideas Growth in trade networks Population growth & movement Strong Empires
Question Largest unified land empire
Answer Mongol Empire
Question Strong, loyal, and fierce leader responsible for conquering lands from the Pacific Ocean to the Adriatic Sea including China, Persia, Russia, and parts of Eastern Europe
Answer Genghis Khan
Question Ruled the Yuan dynasty of China
Answer Kublai Khan
Major Religion of Western Europe during the Middle Ages
Roman Catholic (Christian)
Major religion that spread to much of Africa during the Middle Ages
Pope that called for the first Crusade
Pope Urban II
Emperor of the Byzantine Empire during the first Crusade
Why did Emperor Alexis call on Pope Urban II for help?
Byzantine Emperor was being attacked by the Turks and he called on his Christian brother to help ward off Muslim attacks
The capital of the Byzantine Empire (today it is Istanbul in Turkey) The capital of the Byzantine Empire (today it is Istanbul in Turkey)
Summarize Era 4 in one sentence
66 You might say that by 1500 CE the world was connected, and there was a lot of cultural exchange occuring If you had to put the changes in this era into one sentence, what would it be?
What is the grossest thing you have learned about so far this year in Global History?
Both the Crusaders and the Mongols drank horse blood YUK! Both the Crusaders and the Mongols drank horse blood YUK!