Midterm ; Difrancia

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Midterm ; Difrancia
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  1. The holy church / trinity
    'guides'
    5-10%
    (shepherd's crook)
    1st Estate
  2. Knights, nobles, & warriors
    'protects'
    5-10%
    (dog)
    2nd Estate
  3. the commoners
    'work'
    80-90%
    (sheep)
    3rd Estate
  4. A loosely organized system of rule in medieval Europe in which powerful local lords divided their landholdings among lesser lords in exchange for service & loyalty
    Feudalism
  5. A written document that set out the rights and privileges of a town
    Town charter
  6. In medieval Europe, a peasant bound to the lord's land
    Serf
  7. In medieval Europe, a commoner free to move from town to town
    Peasant
  8. In medieval Europe, a Lord who was granted land in exchange for service and loyalty to greater lord
    Vassal
  9. In medieval Europe, an estate granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for service and loyalty
    Fief
  10. The period in western Europe between the fall of the Roman Empire and the high Middle Ages, c.ad 500–1100, during which Germanic tribes swept through Europe and North Africa, often attacking and destroying towns and settlements
     
    Dark Ages
  11. A Germanic tribe that conquered present day France and neighboring lands in the 400s
    Franks
  12. Code of conduct for knights
    Chivalry
  13. Head of the Roman Catholic church
    Pope
  14. In the middle ages, an association of merchants or artisans who cooperated to uphold standards of their trade and to protect their economic interests
    Guild
  15. Religious belief that is contrary to the official teachings of the church
    Heresy / heretic
  16. Having to do with worldly, rather than religious, matters ; nonreligious
    Secular
  17. Rules drawn up in 530 by Benedict, a monk, regulating monastic life. The rule emphasizes obedience, poverty, and chastity and divides the day into periods of worship, work, and study
    Benedictine Rule
  18. In the Roman Catholic Church, excommunication of an entire region, town, or kingdom
    Interdict
  19. A period of European economic expansion, colonialism, and mercantilism
    Commercial Revolution
  20. A period of the development of crop and animal raising as a food source among human communities to supplement hunting and gathering in medieval Europe
    Agricultural Revolution

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