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Founded the Franciscan's-rejected all property and begged
Sain Francis of Assisi
French woman who saved King Charles' life..burned at stake for being a witch
Joan of Arc
heavy wheeled plow with an iron plowshire-turned over heavy clay
Carruca
Goal was to harmonize Christian teachings with the works of Greek philosophers
Scholastricism
lead a groupd of people who wanted to end corruption of clergy
John Hus
struggle between Pope Gregory VII and Henry IV
Investiture Controversy
language of everyday speech in a region became popular in the 12th century
Vernacular
court that found heretics and developed a procedure to deal with this
Inquisition
great landowners
patricians
forbids priests from giving sacraments of the church
interdict
10% of pay that serfs had to pay to the church
Tithe
composer of Gregorian Chants
Hildegard of Bingen
practice of appointing church officials with lord interference
lya investiture
econimic system based on money, rather than barter
money economy
agricultural estate run by a lord and worked by peasants
manor
this business assosication played a leading role in life
guilds
peasants who are legally bound to the land
serfs
means for receiving god's grace and were necessary for salvation
sacraments
territories in central Italy controlled by the Catholic Church
Papal States
important objects connected to saints and wre consideredworthy of worship
Relics
wrote Summa Theologica to reconcile knowledge learned through Bible with knowledge learned through reason and experience
Saint Thomas Aquinas
a new cathedral style of architecture with ribbed vaulted and painted arches
gothic
believed the pope was the supreme jodge of European affairs
Pope Innocent III
pope who lost control of supremacy
Pope Boniface VIII
most devastating natural disaster-disease
Black Death
split in the Catholic CHurch
Great Schism
most highly regarded thing to studay; study of religion
theology
economic system where people invest in trade and goods to make a profit
commercial capitalism
the denial of basic chruch doctrines
heresy
hostility towards jews
Anti-Semetism