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a japanese code of ethics involving couag loyaltyt and commitment to military life "the way of the warrior
bushido
quaalities such as honor, courtesy loyalty and fair treatment of the weak idelized by knights of the middle ages
chivalry
a political and economic system in which large landholders or lords gave protection in return for there service
fuedalism
a fuedal oath of loyalty sworn to a lord for an exchange for an award of land
oath of fealty
monastery
community for monks
an expression of public honor and respect; in fuedalism the ceremonial recognstion of allegance to a lord shown by a vassal
homage
armed mounted soldier of middle ages
knight
estate of a a medival lord
manor
fearless warriors from Scanddanavia
vikings
area where France used to be
Gaul
a language that is a mixture jewish and german
yiddish
a person that recieves land and protectionfrom a fuedal lord in return from loyalty
vassal
jewish place of worship
Synagauge
Jewish religious leader
rabbi
twenty years
score
a member of the lowest fuedal class bound to whomever owned the land
serf
coastal area of France on the English Channel
Normandy
leader of the Norman forces at Battle of Hastings
William the COnqueror
solemn promise
oath
deep trench surrounding a castle
moat
plow the harvest
till
monastry headed by an abbott
abbey
expression of sorrow or greif
reap
cloth made from flax plant
linen
boy who worked at trade and worked for a guild member
apprentice
master craftsman
masterpiece
attach
affix
boy of age 7 who begins training as a knight
page
boy of 13-14 that serves a knight and that soon becomes a knight
squire
hardwoven wall-hanging from ceiling
tapestry
20 inches wide, 230 feet long
Bayeaux Tapestry
a large fuedal estate particularly in medieval Europe
fief
an association of tradespeople made up of merchants, craftspeople or artisans particularly in the middle ages
guild
Charlemagne's greatest scholar
Alquin
Little was know about this time because so little was written then
Dark Ages
A Jewish community in the Byzantine Empire and Rome
Ashkenazic
book of Jewish oral law
Talmud
The entire body of Jewish religious law including both sacred literature and oral tradition
Torah