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#1 (timeline)
Norman Conquest
"north men"
#2
Henry I
#3
Henry II
who crowned King William I at Westminster Abbey
William the Conqueror ("Duke of Normandy")
William the Conqueror was first to install what?
government positions
#4

famous for...
Thomas Becket archbishop of canterbury

going against king
who appointed Thomas Becket
Henry II
#1 (timeline)
Norman Conquest
"north men"
#2
Henry I
#3
Henry II
who crowned King William I at Westminster Abbey
William the Conqueror ("Duke of Normandy")
William the Conqueror was first to install what?
government positions
#4

famous for...
Thomas Becket archbishop of canterbury

going against king
who appointed Thomas Becket
Henry II
holy journey
pilgrimage
#5
Richard the Lionhearted
constantly on crusades, ran up a debt
#6
King John and the origin of constitutional government
inherited richard's debt
who agreed to sign the Magna Carta in 1215 to restrict royal power
King John
promised not to tax land without first meeting with the barons.
#7
Henry III
famous for small steps towards modern gov
#8
Edward I
famous for small steps toward modern gov
#9
Black Death
killed a third if europe's population
#10
Peasants Revolt
staged revolt demanding an end to...
#11
War of the Roses
the house of lancaster replaced the house of platagenets
who won the war of the roses in 1461 against who?
the Yorks againsts the Lancasters
what type of government was used
feudalism
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person granting property
lord or overlord
person receivng it
vassal
vassal promising service to his lord in a ceremony is called a
act of homage
kings gave land to
barons
what is the name of the land that kings give to barons
fiefs
vassal had to pledge this in order to keep land
faithfulness, christian vow of FEALTY
kinghts received land from barons called
manors
manors became the basic ______ community of the feudal system
economic
largest trading center
london
increase of ______
trade
growth of _____ (2things)
guilds and towns
some guilds toke over what
town gov
what was the only force uniting Europe
Roman Catholic Church
a good christian or a _____
"a worthy man"
opposed all forms of wealth among the clergy, scorned monks by calling them "red faced" and "great bellied"
-felt people were getting into religion for money
John Wycliff
translated the bible into english
(added his own thoughts)q\
john wycliff
poor priets
lollards
crusades happened between what centuries
b/w 11-13 cent
code of chivalry stressed
truth, honor, and courtesy
epic hero
christian influence
french poets
troubadours
popular form of literature
romances
1st university
oxford
father of english philosophy

wrote______
ROGER Bacon

Opus Majus
invented the printing press
johann gutenberg
popularized printing English
william caxton
language was
middle engilsh
wriing reflects the changes taking place in eng. language and society
william langland (piers plowman)
piers plowman is an _______
allegory
types of poetry were _____
lyrics, ballads
types of lit
poetry and drama
HUGE in middle ages
poetry
secular poems dealt with ____
love and nature
a folksong that told a a story
ballad
type of plays
1. miracle or mystery
2. morality
the most famous morality play is
Evreyman