Study Guide for Chapter 10 -11 The Rise of Feudal Europe and High Middle Ages    Terms and People to Know
 Sec 1.  Pgs 222-228   
Franks       Clovis    Merovingians        "Do Nothing Kings"  Pepin II   Charles Martel    Battle of Tours       Pepin III          The Donation of Pepin      Charlemagne        Carolinigians         Pope Leo III     Holy Roman Emperor     count       Aix la Chapelle       Aachen        missi dominici             St. Augustine's " City of God"      Louis the Pious   Treaty of Verdun       Magyars ( Hungarians)         Vikings        Normandy       Ibn Fadlan   
 Sec 2. Pgs 228-233  
Feudalism        lord              vassal                 fief                primogeniture        feudal justice                                                                                                 
Peace of God    Truce of God        manor           domain       fallow          serfs       castle keep chivalry        knight         page        squire           coat of arms
 Sec 3.  Pgs 233-237  
Hierarchy    parish priest        sacrements           Bishop              diocese     Cathedral      archbishop      pope            curia            Callistus I        regula              Monasticism        Benedictines       Benedictine Rule     abbot            missionaries         St. Patrick         Pope Gregory        Canterbury     Augustine         Canon Law     Excommunication      interdict            tithe            Peter's pence             investiture          simony       heresy    St. Francis    Franciscans        Dominicans         Inquisition
Sec 4.   Pgs 238-243  
 Angles and Saxons         shires               Alfred the Great        Danelaw         Anglo-Saxon Chronicle             King Canute of Denmark      Edward the Confessor       Harold of Wessex    Wiliam the Conqueror     Normans     Domesday Book          Henry I          Exchequer       Henry II     petit jury     Thomas Becket      Eleanor of Aquitaine         King John         Magna Carta       Parliament       King Henry III        Simon de Montfort     Great Council           House of Lords        House of Commons       Edward I         Court of the Exchequer      Court of Common Pleas          Common Law           Hugh Capet        Capetians     Ile de France     Philip Augustus     Philip IV
Sec 5. 243-245  
Otto I         Pope John XIII         Henry III               Henry IV         Gregory VII        Concordat of Worms       Frederick I (Frederick Barbarossa)            Innocent III            Frederick II
Ideas to understand
   How did Frankish rulers gain control of western Europe?
   Why was medieval life organized around feudalism and the manorial system?
   What was the role of the church during the Middle Ages?
   What prompted conflict between kings and nobles in France and England?
    Why did popes and emperors clash over Germany and Italy ?
Essay Questions ( give specific examples to support your statements )
1..      Describe and explain the medieval life and the rise of feudalism in Europe. Why was the church and the manor such an important part of Medieval life? ( be specific, support your statements with facts)
2.      Describe and explain the events that took place in England, Germany, Italy,  and France in the early Middle Ages. Why did conflicts begin between kings and nobles? What conflicts occurred between the church and powerful nobles? How were they resolved? (Be Specific)

Study Guide for Chapter 11 - Trade Revived and Nations Developed in Europe
Terms and People to Know
Sec 1.     Pgs 248-253    Seljuk Turks      Pope Urban II      Crusades   The Holy Land    Edessa   Antioch    Tripoli  Jerusalem  Louis VII of France  Conrad III of Germany    Saladin   "Crusade of the Three Kings"  King Richard the Lion Hearted    Philip Augustus of France 
Frederick Barbarossa of Germany
   Pope Innocent III      Zara       The Childrens Crusade     Acre
Sec 2.   Pgs. 253-257     Usury    Toll Roads     Flanders     Hanseatic League   Market Days  Fairs    barter economy   domestic system     capital     market economy     
Sec 3.   Pgs 257-259    Town Rights       Guilds          merchant guilds       craft guilds    apprentice      journeyman  Bourgeoisie    burgers      burgesses        The Black death         bubonic plague
Sec 4.    Pgs 259-265 
Vernacular languages   Troubadours   King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table    Song of Roland      Niebelungenlied    fabliaux   miracle play  Dante Alighieri  The Divine Comedy   Geoffrey Chaucer     Canterbury Tales    universitas      scholasticism      Peter Abelard      Thomas Aquinas  
Romanesque architecture     Gothic architecture     
Sec 5.   Pgs 265-269     Patriotism    The Hundred Years War     long bow     cannon     Agincourt   Wars of the Roses      Lancasters    Yorks     
Tudor Dynasty      Joan of Arc    Charles VII    Philip IV
  The Estates General      Louis XI        Duke of Burgundy    Charles the Bold     
Isabella of Castile   Ferdinand of Aragon     Granada    Charles IV     Hapsburgs     

Sec 6.  Pgs 269 – 271  Philip IV of France ( Fair)    Pope Boniface VIII    The Babylonian Captivity     Avignon    The Great Schism  
The Council of Constance     Marsilius of Padua      John of Jandun    Defender of the Peace    John Wycliffe     John Huss

Ideas to understand
   In what ways did the Crusades change the lives of the people of Europe?
   What was the economic impact of the increase in trade in the late Middle Ages?
   How did the growth of towns bring about great political and social change?
   In what ways did the culture of the Middle Ages flourish in towns and cities?
   What were the results of the spread of patriotism throughout western Europe ?
   How was the temporal power of the church challenged and weakened?
Essay Questions ( give specific examples to support your statements )
1.      Describe and explain the Crusades and their impact on European culture.(be specific)
2.      Describe and explain the growth of trade and towns during the late Middle Ages. How did culture flourish and what was the economic impact of trade? ( be specific, support your statements with facts)