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Dark Ages
476- 1000
High Middle Ages
1000-1300
Late Middle Ages
1300- 1500
Requirments of Fathers of the Curch
1) antiquity
2) Orthodoxy of doctrine
3) Eminent Sanctity
4) Approbation of the Church
4 Latin Fashers
1) Ambrose
2) Jerome
3) Augustine
4) Gregory (only one to be Pope)
574
Converstion of Gregory to Christianity
The Consolation of Philosophy
Book written by Boethius while awaiting execution
Scriptoria
Departments concerned exclusively with copying manuscripts
Legates
Special emissaries who carried the pope's orders throughout Europe
590
Gregory was called to be pope
Heresy
the belief in doctrines officially condemned by the church, once again became a concern in the the High Middle Ages
Crusade
"taking the cross"
Friars
Dominican order ("brothers")
What is the difference between Friars and Monks
Monks take a vow of STABILITY
Evanglical Council
- Poverty
- Chastit
- Obedience
University
a group of persons possessing a common purpose
1205
On the way to a campaign St Francis was seized by the ideal of poverty
1208
St Francis was in intense praryer and had a spiritual experience
1209
Disciple persuade St Francis to establish their community as a valid one
1219 Danieta, Egypt
Francis stepped into a battle and almost converted Turkish Sultan
1224
Mt. Alverno, St Francis received stigmata
1095
Crusades began in 1095
Geometry
Euclid's form of mathamatics
Chanson de geste
"songs of great deeds"
Dante's book
Divine Comedy
Geoffrey Chaucer
Canterbury Tales
The Knights Templar
"The society of poor knights of Christ"
1115
Hugh de Payens
1128
Baldwin I gave kinghts approval
Grandmaster
Big Cheif
Seneschal
Executive officer
Grand marshall
In charge of Military affairs
Comander
Tresurer (Finnanical officer)
Draper
Oversaw maintenantce of Prop.
General Chapter
Small assemble of experience kinights who advised the grandmaster
Romanesque
term applied to new architectural style
Pope Boniface VIII
was an outspoken advocate of papal authority
Unam Sanctam
"subjection to the Roman pontiff is absolutely necessary to salvation for every human creature"
John Wyclif
attacked not only church abuses but also certain of the church's doctrines
John Hus
a preacher in Prague and later rector of the university there