Middle Ages Vocabulary $200 $100 $300 $400$400 $400 $500 Medieval People Middle Ages Vocabulary Plus Places
Middle Ages Vocabulary ($100) Back to select What is the papacy? Office of Pope
Middle Ages Vocabulary ($200) Back to select What is Medieval? Medieval is relating to Middle Ages
Middle Ages Vocabulary ( $300) Back to select What is chivalry? A feudal code of behavior for nobles
Middle Ages Vocabulary ( $400) Back to select What is a limited monarchy? A limited monarchy is a government in which the ruler’s powers are limited by law or by a governing body such as a parliament
Middle Ages Vocabulary ($500) Back to select What is a troubadour? A medieval poet-musician
Medieval People ( $100) Back to select Who was Joan of Arc? French military leader and heroine
Medieval People ($200) Back to select Who was Thomas Aquinas? A Dominican monk and scholastic philosopher
Medieval People ($300) Who was Charlemagne? Frankish king who was dedicated to spreading Christianity in Europe Back to select
Medieval People ($400) Back to select Who was Henry IV? A Holy Roman Emperor
Medieval People ($500) Who was William the Conqueror? William the Conqueror was Duke of Normandy who defeated the Saxons at the Battle of Hastings and then became King of England. Back to select
Middle Ages ($100) Back to select What is feudalism? Feudalism is an economic and political system of Europe in the Middle Ages based on certain obligations.
Middle Ages ($200) Back to select The Pope’s power to ban a person is called? Excommunication
Middle Ages ($300) Back to select In the Middle Ages, which language did scholars in western Europe usually use? Latin
Middle Ages ($400) Back to select How many people died during The Black Death? 25 million people were killed
Middle Ages ($500) Back to select What is a Guild? A Guild is an organization of people of the same craft, formed to set standards and promote interests of the craft.
Vocabulary Plus ($100) Back to select What were the Crusades? A series of “holy wars”
Vocabulary Plus ($200) Back to select Who were peasants? The peasants worked in fields, growing crops, took care of livestock and lived in straw house with animals.
Vocabulary Plus ($300) Back to select What is Romanesque? Romanesque is a type of church that has a rounded arch.
Vocabulary Plus ($400) Back to select What is Gothic? Gothic is another type of church with a tall pointed tower.
Vocabulary Plus ($500) Back to select What is manorial system? The manorial system is a land granted by one noble to another in exchange for military aid and other services
Places ($100) Back to select The Reconquest was a struggle to recover the rest of _____?____. Spain
Places ($200) Back to select What is manor? A self sufficient farming estate where nobles and serfs lived and worked.
Places ($300) In ______?_______, Norman and Anglo-Saxon speech combined to form a new language. England Back to select
Places ($400) The Pope headed the Church in the city of ____?_____. Rome Back to select
Places ($500) Back to select Charlemagne built a beautiful church in the capital at _____?_____. Aachen