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Title: Medieval Europe


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Medieval Europe Jeopardy
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Hierarchy Life
Invasions!
The Crusades
Late Middle Ages
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Early Medieval Europe - 100This leader united
the Holy Roman Empire before being crowned by the
Pope on Christmas Day.
  • Charlemagne

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Early Medieval Europe - 200Most popular style
literature in the early middle ages
  • Epic (poetry or prose)

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Early Medieval Europe - 300The year the Norman
Conquest of England occured
  • 1066

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Early Medieval Europe - 400These were some of
the few beacons of learning in the early middle
ages
  • Monastaries

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Early Medieval Europe - 500Briefly recount the
order of events that occurred in 1066 in England
  • Harold Godwinson becomes king, Godwinson fights
    off a Scandinavian invasion from the north,
    William invades in the South, Godwinson dies at
    the Battle of Hastings, William becomes King of
    England

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Hierarchy and Life - 100This is the title for
the person that was at the top of the church
hierarchy
  • The Pope

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Hierarchy and Life - 200The name for the
warrior class in medieval society
  • Knights

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Hierarchy and Life - 300A vassal is
  • Someone who takes an oath of loyalty to a person
    of a higher rank in return for a fief

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Hierarchy and Life - 400Give an example of a
freedom, given up by the serfs and a protection
they got in return
  • Freedom of movement or civil rights got to hide
    behind castle walls when knights attacked

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Hierarchy and Life - 500Why was ale the most
commonly consumed beverage in the Middle Ages?
  • Because water was unclean (and drinking milk was
    not cool)

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Invasions! - 100This group terrorized
western Europe from 850-1050
  • Vikings

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Invasions! - 200Led the French army at 19 to
continual victories over the English
  • Joan of Arc

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Invasions! - 300Name two effects of the 100
Years War
  • End of the middle ages increased nationalism
    increased power of the king of France civil war
    starts in England

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Invasions! - 400Outnumbered by nearly 51,
Henry V kicked the Frenchs tail at this battle,
beginning the classic Anglo-American of the
underdog
  • Battle of Agincourt

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Invasions! - 500The Battle of Tinchenbrai is
important because
  • It united the Norman holdings in France back with
    England

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The Crusades - 100The name of the Crusade that
wanted to re-Christianize Iberia
  • Reconquista of Iberia or Spanish Crusade

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The Crusades - 200This was the only Crusade
in which Jerusalem was successfully conquered
  • First Crusade

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The Crusades - 300This person declared that
war in the name of religion was acceptable
  • Augustine of Hippo

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The Crusades - 400This minority group was
first persecuted during the Crusades and became
the classic scapegoats for the rest of European
history
  • The Jews

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The Crusades - 500Describe the spread of
Christianity in Europe
  • Clovis converted the Franks, it spread through
    Southern Europe and then to Northern Europe where
    it finished in the Baltic with Lithuania as the
    last country to convert

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Late Middle Ages - 100This document, written
in 1215, was the first written charter of civil
liberties and rights
  • Magna Carta

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Late Middle Ages - 200This disease wiped out
1/3 of Europe in four years
  • Bubonic Plague or Black Death

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Late Middle Ages - 300The idea that Knights
should also be gentlemen as well as warriors is
called
  • Chivalry

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Late Middle Ages - 400A union of people of the
same profession that helps them gain economic and
political power was known as this in the Middle
Ages
  • Guild

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Late Middle Ages - 500Married to Eleanor of
Aquitaine and famous for the murder of Thomas
Beckett, this king also implement the first
juries, courts, and common law
  • Henry II of England

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Potpourri - 100This name of a large place
where a lord owned a lot of land for many
peasents to farm is
  • A Manor

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Potpourri - 200The appointed French
legislative body is known as
  • Estates-General

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Potpourri - 300Name two scheme perpetuated
by Henry I of England
  • Buying up land in Normandy
  • Having his brother, the King of England
    accidentally shot
  • Crushing his other brother Robert and becoming
    Duke of Normandy

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Potpourri - 400Which big three country had
the greatest separation of church and state and
the most personal freedoms?
  • England

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Daily Double!
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Potpourri - 500The system which allows the
result of court cases to also determine and
interpret law is known as?
Common Law
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