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15 Cards in this Set

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Science: Hippocrates
Studied medicine and concluded that illnesses had physical causes and were not due to evil spirits or witchcraft
Science: Black Death
Also known as Bubonic Plague. Spread by fleas from infected rats. No cure and kill over 1/3 of European population in the 1300s
ART: Stained Glass
Usually in churches, shower scenes from the Bible
ART: Sculpture
Made from stone. Sculptures carved people from the Bible or mythical creatures (gargoyles, unicorns, dragos, Efraines, etc.)
ART: Illuminated Manuscripts
Intricate designs and drawings made by monks in religious books
The study of the conflict between fith and reason. Maimonides and Averroes studied it. Thomas Aquinas conclude taht faith and reason could exist in harmony.
MATH. Euclid
Studied and developed theories about Geometry
MATH: Hindu-Arabic numerals
Used in place of Roman numerals
Organized in the 1100s and 1200s. Oxford began at this time. Colleges only allowed men to attend.
Education: Christine de Pizan
Wrote Citi of the Ladies and argued that women should have equal access to education
Religion: The Church
Still gaining power and struggling with corruption.
Religion: John Wycliffe
Criticized church corruption and translated the Bible into English
Church Today
Less political power
Built an empire accross France, Germanu and part of Italy. He loved battle.
Vassal of Cornelious, king of the patio.