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Benefits of monasteries to middle ages
The monasteries had done a great sevice by presenting and passing on learning and by offering models of social organization and service.
Agricultural production and towns
More and more better agricultural products in turn improved the quality of life just enough so that the population grew slightly.
Purpose of guilds
The guilds regulated training of thouse who were learning a trade and, at the same time, got a fair price for the guild members work.
Henry VII rival nobles and investiture
Henry stopped lay investiture.
5. Concordat of Worms – The emperor agreed that rulers would no longer have the right to appoint bishops; all bishops would be elected and consecrated by church authority.
Pope Gregory VII and secular power
He wanted to free the church from secular power.
Uses of medival cathedrals
used as universities
Concordat of Worms
The emperor agreed that rulers would no longer have the right to appoint bishops; all bishops would be elected and consecrated by church authority.
Guild models for universities with an organizational structure modeled on guilds of crafts men
teachers had to have earned a license, such as a master architect had, and students were given degrees that recognized the steps they had reached in their studies.
Expensive paper and books
Books were expensive and had to be copied by hand.
Essential elements of universities
teachers needed to have a lisence
Broad and deep Muslim learning
they learn theology and philosophy
Arab scholars and ancient Greeks
they learned from the Greek culture.
Deteriorating West/East relationship
they differ about if the church should be related to the state or not.
Authority of the pope and West/East
pope was in total control of the West
Crusades and religious zeal
they were fighting for Holy Land
16. Causes of Papal Inquisition
the purpose of the inquisition first of all, to find out who the heretics were and secondly, to persuade them to give up their heresy.
17. Mendicant/Albigensian simplicity
called beggars they had no farms for food, or large monasteries for housing.
18. Mendicants in towns and countryside
these friars stayed on the move, teaching and preaching mostly in the growing towns, and they lived a simple life.
19. Francis and poverty
Francis had two visions of Christ and after a pilgrimage to Rome he decided to become a poor man.
20. Thomas Aquinas and Philosophy
wrote Summa Theologiae.