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Review Jeopardy Key Terms and Such Noble, Knight, or Serf The CrusadesThe Black DeathEverything Else 10 20 30 40 50
Members of the church, including the Pope, bishops, and priests. answer
The major religion of Europe during the Middle Ages.
The social and political Structure of the Middle Ages. (Hint: think pyramid)
Another name for the Middle Ages.
Medieval Period or Dark Ages
The code by which a knight was supposed to live by.
The very top of the feudal pyramid
The King or Queen
The wealthy landowners of The Middle Ages.
Class of people who made up the Foundation of feudalism.
Serfs and Peasants
A grant of land given by a noble in return for service.
Any person who was given land, and must be loyal to and give service to another person.
Were a Holy War between what two groups?
Christians and Muslims
Were fought for control of what?
The Holy Land
Where was the Holy Land located?
True or False: The Crusades helped to increase Trade between Europe and the Middle East.
The Crusades lasted almost How many years?
Almost 200 years.
Began here and spread here.
Killed what fraction of the European population?
Caused the disease to spread rapidly from person to person.
Fleas and rats
Another name for the Black Death. (Hint: it had two forms)
The Plague Bubonic and Pneumonic
True or False: The Black Death caused the Feudalist system to fall apart.
About how many people died as a result of the Black Death?
About 25 Million
The large farm estates of lords and nobles the formed the economic system of the Middle Ages.
The class of people responsible For farming on manors and estates.
The head of the Catholic Church. He called for the Crusades.
Why was the Holy Land of Jerusalem important to both Christians and Muslims?
It contained many important religious sites.
Medieval Europe The Middle Ages were a dark age for Europe. Near constant invasions and few resources required that Europeans develop a new system for.
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