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Agenda: Tuesday 12/10/2013. Cornell Notes: Review The Early Middle Ages (RS). 1. The Middle Ages and Feudalism. The Middle ages in Europe were also known as the ___________ period. (234)

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Agenda tuesday 12 10 2013

Agenda: Tuesday 12/10/2013


Cornell notes review the early middle ages rs

Cornell Notes: Review The Early Middle Ages (RS)

1. The Middle Ages and Feudalism

  • The Middle ages in Europe were also known as the ___________ period. (234)

  • _____________________ brought feudalism to England when he rewarded his knights with land for helping him to defeat the British. (244)

  • The system that governs the relationship between a lord and _____________ is called ___________________.

  • The most important duty a knight had was to protect his ____________ and his land.

  • A knight in Europe is like a ______________ in Japan

  • A ______________ in Europe is like a daimyo in Japan.


Cornell notes review the early middle ages rs1

Cornell Notes: Review The Early Middle Ages (RS)

2. Christianity

  • _________________ was the most important thing in the lives of people in the Middle Ages. (234)

  • ______________ and ______________ helped to spread Christianity to new places. (235-236)

  • ____________ and architecture focused on religious themes and Christianity. (274)

  • People believed that when you were _______________ from the church that you would not go to heaven. (261)


Cornell notes review the early middle ages rs2

Cornell Notes: Review The Early Middle Ages (RS)

3. Popes and Kings, the Crusades and Magna Carta

  • ______________ and _______________ had the most power during the middle ages. (260)

  • Pope Gregory VII and Emperor Henry IV fought over who had the power to elect _____________ officials called bishops. (263)

  • The ______________ were a series of wars fought between Christians and Muslims for control of the ______________ land. (264)

  • The Magna Carta ________________ the power of the monarchy (king). (276-277)

  • The right _____________ _____________ means you can not go to jail without a reason. (277)


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Interactions: The Early Middle Ages


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