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The Middle Ages Chapter 14
The Feudal System Life in Europe The Church People we Should Know Going on a Trip 100 200 300 400 500
Return to Grid The Feudal System 100 Name 3 buildings you might find on a manor Answer: Manor House, mill, barn, peasants houses, bakery
Return to Grid The Feudal System 200 What did a “vassal” have to do for a “Lord”? Answer: Give taxes (money, crops,animals), fight against other lords
Return to Grid The Feudal System 300 Who did the fighting in the Feudal system? Answer: Knights
Return to Grid The Feudal System 400 Whas was the Lord’s role in the Feudal system? Answer: To defend his vassals and peasants
Return to Grid The Feudal System 500 How could a serf get his freedom? Answer: Buy it, or escape for a year and a day
Return to Grid Life in Europe 100 Which disease spread throughout Europe on fleas living on rats, killing 1/3 of all people in Europe Answer: The “Black Death” or the Bubonic Plague
Return to Grid Life in Europe 200 This war led both England and France to feel more like nations Answer: The Hundred Years’ War
Return to Grid Life in Europe 300 Answer: a traveling musician who spread tales of knights’ courage What was a troubadour?
Return to Grid Life in Europe 400 This document forced the king to give certain rights and freedoms to the nobles Answer: The Magna Carta
Return to Grid Life in Europe 500 Why did trade grow in Western Europe? Answer: Europe became safer, the Church brought stability, and people could travel and trade more
Return to Grid The Church 100 Why did so many people become Christians in Europe? (what did it offer?) Answer: The promise of life after death and the punishment of the wicked
Return to Grid The Church 200 Name 3 events where the Church was involved in everyday life Answer: births, weddings, funerals
Return to Grid The Church 300 What were monasteries and convents? Answer: places where religious people went to live, pray, and study
Return to Grid The Church 400 How did the Church have power in politics in the Middle Ages? Answer: they made laws, could excommunicate kings, and they had money
Return to Grid The Church 500 Over what issues did the Church struggle with Kings? Answer: power: the ability to choose Bishops
Return to Grid People We Should Know 100 The French peasant girl who inspired her people to fight the British Answer: Joan of Arc
Return to Grid People We Should Know 200 Who encouraged the first trip to the Holy Land? Answer: Pope Urban the II
Return to Grid People We Should Know 300 This Muslim leader fought off King Richard the Lionhearted and kept Jerusalem under Muslim control Answer: Saladin
Return to Grid People We Should Know 500 What king angered his nobles, leading to the signing of the Magna Carta? Answer: King John
Return to Grid People We Should Know 400 The people who held the Holy Land before Christian knights decided to take it back Answer: The Seljuk Turks
Return to Grid Going on a Trip 100 The military expedition against the Muslims was called________ Answer: The Crusades
Return to Grid Going on a Trip 200 Which of the trips to the Holy Land was a victory for the Christians? Answer: The First
Return to Grid Going on a Trip 300 Why was the Holy Land important to Christians? Answer: it was the place where all the events in the Bible took place
Return to Grid Going on a Trip 400 What products did returning soldiers bring back to Europe? Answer: Fruits, silks, spices,
Return to Grid Going on a Trip 500 What was the long-term benefit of these expeditions to the Holy Land for the Europeans? They learned science, math, astronomy, and began to trade with the East
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