Flashcards in Chapter 14 Quiz 1 Deck (18):
After the fall of the Roman Empire, Europe entered into an era known as the _______ period.
Another name for the medieval period was, _____ ______. It was the period between the fall of Rome and the Renaissance?
The Renaissance was a period that began in Italy around _____AD. The word "Renaissance" means _______?
The eastern half of the Roman Empire was taken over by the Byzantine Empire. The western part was taken over by Germanic peoples from __________.
Scandinavia (Visigoths, Ostrogoths, Franks, Angles, Saxons, Jutes)
Many invading Germanic rules were Christian. They followed a teaching known as _________. This is a belief that the son of God was a lesser God than the father.
In Roman Catholicism, the leader of the church of Rome was called the ______? It's the Latin word for "Father"
The religious leaders under the pope were known as the ______?
Roman Catholics believe priests are necessary to get salvation and to talk to God. They also believe these religious ceremonies are necessary to be "saved" and to go to Heaven?
These clergymen lived in monasteries, and rarely had contact with the outside world.
monks (stop talking, wait it's me)
During the Middle Ages, education and art were important in these places?
The word ______, describes office work. It's name can be traced back to the clergymen in the Middle Ages
This group of clergymen means "brother", _______?
How are Monks and Friars different?
Friars didn't live together in monasteries, they lived in town. Friars were usually poor, and only wanted to teach other people about religion.
These are women who take religious vows _______?
The word "catholic" means _______?
How many of the 7 sacraments can you name?
5. Marriage through church
6. Holy Orders (priest is type of Christ, nun is bride)
7. Last Rites (forgive dying of all sins)
This man founded the Monte Cassino monastery and created instructions on how to be a monk?
Benedict (Benedictine Rule)