Medival-The late middle ages

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Section 1

Question Answer
ClergyChurch officals
Religious orderA group of people who dedicate their lives to religion and follow common rules
Francis of AssisiFounder of the Francisan order
FriarsMembers of religious orders who lived and worked among the general public
Tomas AquinasPhilosopher who showed how religious faith and reason could co-exist
Magna CartaDocument written by English nobles and signed by King John listing rights the king could not ignore
Parliament Lawmaking body that governs England
Hundred Years' WarLong-standing conflict between England and France during the 1300s and 1400s
Joan of ArcTeenage peasant girl who rallied the French troops and turned the tide of the Hundred Years' War
Black Death Deadly plague that killed millions of Europeans between 1347 and 1351
HeresyReligious ideas that oppose accepted church teachings
ReconquistaChristian efforts to retake Spain from the Muslim Moors
King Ferdinand Aragon prince who married Isabella of Castile to rule a united Spain
Queen Isabella Castilian princess who ruled Spain with her husband,Ferdinand of Aragon
Spanish InquisitionOrganize of priests charged with seeking out and punishing non-Christians
Natural LawThomas Aquinas's concept that God created a law that governed how the world operated

Section 2

Question Answer
What are two key events in a persons life during the a Middle Ages in the local church was closely involved?1.Religious ceremonies. 2.Pilgrimages,or journeys to religious education locations.
Why did the monks of Cluny establish a new religious order?The monks of Cluny established a new religious order because some people thought that the church was becoming too involved with politics.
How were the Doinicans and Franciscans different than the orders who lived in monasteries?The Dominicans and Franciscans are different than the orders who lived in monasteries by,them dedicating their lives to religion with common rules.