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(money for men) developed to avoid blood fueds instead you pay a fine
Wergild
Charles the Great-emperor of Romans
Charlemagne
has main power over Christians
pope
women who withdres from the world to dedicate themselves to Go
nuns
men who separates himself from worldly everyday life
monks
practice of living life as a monk
monastricism
land that the vassal recieved
fief
trained as warriors with no adult responsibilities
knight
code of conduct for civilized behavior
chivalry
no central gov't; ppl fought for land
feudalism
superb warriors and ship builders
vikings
fuedal document that recognized the relationship b/w king and vassals
magna carta
defeated king harold at the battle of hasting
william of Normandy
1st census; conduced by Will of norm.
Domesday Book
the practice of using men who swore to serve a lord militarily
vassalage
Convent where nuns live
abbess
individual churches
parish
headed a group of parishes (also call diocese)
bishop
head of the Eastern Orthodox church, originally appointed by the Byzantine Emperor
Patriarch
European Christians tried to regain Holy Land from Muslims
Crusades
"unbeliever" what christians called Muslims
Infidels
separation between the two branaches of Christianity
Schism
Richard I, important ruler that lead the 3rd crusades
Richard the Lionhearted
emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire; codified Roman Law
Justinian
Muslim leader who gained power of Jerusalim in 1187
Saladin