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Terms- Middle Ages

 

 

Wergeld

St. Augustine, 354-430 A.D.

The City of God

Arianism

Islam

Muhammad, 570-632 A.D.

Qur’an

Byzantium

Greco-Roman humanism

Boethius, 480-525 A.D.

Pope Gregory I, 590-604 A.D.

St. Benedict of Nursia

Franks

Clovis, 481-511 A.D.

Charlemagne, 768-814 A.D.

Carolingians

Feudalism

Lord-Vassal

vassalage

fief

homage

chivalry

Manorialism

Fairs

Three-field system

 Pope Gregory VII, 1073-1085    A.D.

Investiture Conflict, 1073-1122 A.D.

First Crusade1096-1099 A.D.

Pope Urban II,  1088-1099 A.D.

Pope Innocent III, 1198-1216 A.D.

Papal monarchy

Waldensians

Cathari

St. Francis of Assisi, 1181-1226 A.D.

Universities

Scholasticism

Medieval synthesis

St. Anselm, 1033-1109 A.D.

Peter Abelard, 1079-1142 A.D.

St. Thomas Aquinas, 1225-1274 A.D.

Roman law

Chansons de geste

Roman

Courtly love

Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321 A.D.

The Divine Comedy

Geoffrey Chaucer, 1340-1400 A.D.

The Canterbury Tales

 

Romanesque art/architecture

Gothic art/architecture

Hundred Years’ War, 1337-1453 A.D.

Babylonian Captivity of the Papacy, 1309-1377 A.D.

Great Schism, 1377-1415 A.D.

John Wycliffe, 1320-1384 A.D.

William of Ockham, 1285-1349 A.D.