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Feudalism
loosly organized system of goverment. Local lords govern their own lands.
Role of Church
social gatherings,hotel, hospital, praying, school
Agricultural advances
used horses, plows and 3 field system
chivalry
code of conduct for knights during the Middle Ages
Knights
noble in Europe who served a a mounted warrior for a Lord in the middle ages.
Guilds
association of merchants or artisans who cooperated to protect their economic intersts
Magna Carta
document that took away powerfromthe king and gave it to the nobles
Crusades
christian holy war
Goal of crusades
spred christianity and conquer Jerusalem
Reconquista
Spanish vs. Muslim convert to Christianity
Black Death
bubonic plaque, killed 1/3 of Europes population. carried by rats
Joan of Arc
led france to victory
Five Pillars of Islam
pilgrimige, prayer, charity, no god before Allah, fasting
Sikhism
combination of Islam and hinduism
Caliph
person that's in charge of the Islamic region
Renaissance
tiem of rebirth of arts and literature
Printing Press
created more books, more educated people, first bible was created.
Martin Luther
freed church, against indulgences, believed salvation came through faith.
John Calvin
believed in predestination
Catholic Reformation
salvation can come through faih and good deads
Copernicus
created theory that the earth revolves around the sun
Newton
discovered gravity
Galilei
created telescope
Conquistadors
explorers who found the new world
Enlightenment thinker- Locke
believed tha people were reasonable and moral
Enlightenment thinker-Smith
believed free market should be allowed to regulate activity
Enlightenment thinker- Hobbes
believed people were cruel, greedy and selfish