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What is Medieval?
Medieval is relating to Middle Ages
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What is chivalry?
A feudal code of behavior for nobles
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Who was Charlemagne?
Frankish king who was dedicated to
spreading Christianity in Europe
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What is feudalism?
Feudalism is an economic and political
system of Europe in the Middle Ages
based on certain obligations.
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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.
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What were the Crusades?
A series of “holy wars”
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Who were peasants?
The peasants worked in fields, growing
crops, took care of livestock and lived in
straw house with animals.
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What is manor?
A self sufficient farming estate where
nobles and serfs lived and worked.
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Where was the home of the King called?
A Castle
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Who were the bishops of Rome that became
the leaders of the Catholic Church during
the Middle Ages?
Popes
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What are missionaries?
People who spread their religious views
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What is common law?
Unwritten laws that come from local
customs
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Where did the nuns live?
Convents
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Where did the monks live?
Monasteries
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What was a troubadour?
Entertained by playing music, juggling, or acting
as comedians or fool
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What kind of work were most people involved in
during the Middle Ages?
Farming
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What did a vassal receive for his service to a
king or lord?
Land
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Documents giving townspeople privileges
and freedoms were called ________.
Charters
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What served as centers of trade and
manufacturing?
Towns
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These young workers spent years learning a
trade so that they could join a guild
Apprentices
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The name “France” comes from the word
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Franks
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What were the two types of farmers in the
manor?
Tenant farmers and serfs
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What two main groups of people fought in
the Crusades?
Christians and Muslims
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Who was the ultimate ruler?
The King
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When was the first Christian bible
completed?
By A.D. 500
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