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Laws that was the same for all people
common law
Holy war
crusade
split
schism
A method of study that uses reason to support Christian beliefs
scholasticisim
Everyday language of ordinary people
vernacular
Norman king responsible for the Domesday Book
William the Conqueror
Pope who led the Church at the height of its power in the middle ages.
Innocent the III
Ruler who used the Inquisition to help unify Spain.
Isabella
Christian scholar who used reason to examine Christian teaching.
Thomas Aquinas
Peasant woman who led French troops to victory against the English in the Hundred Years' War
Joan of Arc
This type of law, called_____, is the same for all people.
common law
A war fought for religious reasons is called a ____.
crusade
A ____, or split, divided the Roman and Byzantine churches.
schism
A scholarly method that used reason to examine Christian beliefs is known as _____.
scholasticism
_____ refers to the everyday language of ordinary people.
vernacular
"What touches all should be approved by all."
Edward I
" I hereby excommunicate Henry IV. "
Gregory VII
"Seize that land from the Turks."
Urban II
"If daughters were sent to school like sons, they would all learn as well."
Christine de Pizan
"My tales give a colorful picture of medieval life."
Geoffrey Chaucer
Why was the Magna Carta important?
It asserted that the monarch must obey the law.
The Concordat of Worms was
A treaty that ended the struggle between emperors and popes over investure.
Which of the following was the main reason for Germany's disunity during medieval times?
rulers that failed to control strong and independant nobles
What was the chief goal of the Crusades?
to free the Holy Land
The Reconquista refers to
the campaign to drive the Muslims out of Spain
Which of the following was a result of the plague in Europe?
economic decline
The development of an early jury system took place during the reign of
Henry II
A major conflict between the Holy Roman emperors and the popes concerned
who would appoint bishops
Which of the following was a result of the Crusades?
increased trade in Western Europe
A key feature of Gothic architecture is
flying buttresses
Which of the following best descibes the church during the late Middle Ages?
it grew weak and divided
Why is Joan of Arc remembered?
She led the French to victories against the English in the Hundred Years' War