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Medieval Europe

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Transcript of Medieval Europe

Map
Graphs and Charts
Questions coverd in chapter
Popes
- Leaders of Catholic Church
Missionaries
- Those who spread their religious veiws, to every part of Europe.
Common law
- unwritten laws that come from local customs
Feudalism
- New political and social system
Vassals
- Nobles who swore loyalty to king
Manor
- The feudal estate
Serfs
- Other much larger group
Guilds
- Manufacturing came under the contol of workers
Charters
- Written documents
Vocab
presented by:
Medieval Europe chapter4 section2
How did missionaries help spread christianity?
missionaries helped the poor and needy and was also techers as well.
What was Charlemegne's role in the spread of christianity?
he knelt before the pope in the curch of st petter in rome.
What did a vassal recieve for his service to a king or lord?
a grant of land
When was the first bible completed?
A.D 500
What kind of work were most people involved in during the middle ages?
feudalism emerged.
Dates , Bolded Things and People
kings
Dates
vassals
500 A.D
1000 A.D
1100 A.D
manor
tenants
Boled Things
serfs
700 A.D
771 A.D
800 A.D
814 A.D
Pictures
Holy
Roman
Empire
People
lord
Vassal
Bible
Christianity
Charemange
Popes
guild member
Vassals
apprentice
Serf
Nobles who swore loyalty to the king.
Manufacturing came under the control.
other much larger group.
master of craftsman

noble appointed by king
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The rise of christianity
It was during the middle ages that christianity,in the form of the Roman Catholic Church,became a political power in western Europe.
The influence of the church was so strong at this time that the popes also became important political figures.
Christianity was known as Eastern Orthodoxy.
By A.D 500, the first Christian Bible was completed.
Missionaries helped the poor and needy, and they were teachers as well.
Beginning in the A.D 1000s, the Church sponsored a series of holy wars called Crusades.
The Holy Roman Empire
Medieval Society
The Germans combined their common law, the unwritten laws that come from local customs, with Roman law and founded kingdoms all over Europe from spain to england to Germany and Italy.
One of the most important german kingdoms was that of the franks .By the A.D. 700's, Franks controlled much of what would become France and Germany.
The early kings ,like the german tribal chiefs before them,were elected by all nobles and knights.Over time however ,the kings became more independant and powerful than ever.
During the Meddle Ages, a new politicaland social system known as feudalism emerged.
In exchange for land or feual estate,the nobles provided military service and Knights for the kings army.
The feudal estate was called the manor.
On occasion, the manors might be visited by wounders with special skills.
Serfs were not as free as tenant farmers and were usually poorer.
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