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Geography Important People Key Vocabular y Conquerors CrusadesWars and Agreements The Church Potpourri 100 200 300 400 100 200 300 400
A body of water between steep slopes where the sea cuts into the land. fjord 100
The king who signed the Magna Carta. King John 100
Another name for everyday language. Vernacular 100
Group from Scandinavia that raided villages in Europe. The Vikings 100
The Crusade that succeeded in driving the Muslims out of Jerusalem. The First Crusade 100
An agreement between a pope and an emperor. concordat 100
Religious beliefs that go against church teachings. heresy 100
The two geographical features that separated European cultures. Mountains and rivers 200
He drove the Vikings out of Britain. Alfred the Great 200
A knight or noble who served a lord of higher rank. A vassal 200
They were pushed into Ireland and Scotland by Angles and Saxons. Celts 200
Pope who called for the First Crusade. Pope Urban II 200
It strengthened the pope’s power while limiting the emperor’s power. Concordat of Worms 200 Daily Double How much would you like to wager?
The study of religion and God. theology 200
The body of water that separates Britain and Ireland from the rest of Europe. The English Channel 300
She headed a convent and composed church music. Hildegard of Bingen 300 Daily Double How much would you like to wager?
Hatred of Jewish people. Anti-Semitism 300
Small territories in Eastern Europe ruled by the Vikings. Kievan Rus 300
Muslim leader who retook Jerusalem from the Christians. Saladin 300
Series of wars between England and France. The Hundred Years Wars 300
A church court that tried heretics. The Inquisition 300
The largest peninsula in Europe. Scandinavia 400
King who first created the Grand Jury and trial jury. Henry II 400
The unions of the Middle Ages. Guilds 400
They created a German kingdom that eventually became the Holy Roman Empire. Saxons 400
Two ways the Crusades affected Europe. 1.Greatly increased trade and cultural interaction between Europe and the Middle East 2.Ended Feudalism 400
The Christian fight to reclaim the Iberian Peninsula from the Muslims. Reconquista 400
Founder of the Franciscan Order. Francis of Assisi 400
Plague that swept across Europe and killed millions of people. The “Black Death” 100
A census taken in England by William the Conqueror Domesday Book 200
He was crowned the new Roman emperor by the Pope on Christmas day. Charlemagne 300
This allowed trade to resume in Europe by 1100. Surplus of goods and safer travel 400
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