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Trading, but without using coins

Barter

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A rule(written in 540) that dictated the behaviors of monks and Christians in general

Benedictine rule

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Caesaropopism

Ceaser+pope: the situation in which the kid had both political and religious power

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The law (set by the church) that dictated the behaivior of general Christian people

Canon law

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A family of powerful, political leader including Charles Martel and Charlemagne

Carolingian family

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Charlemagne

Charles martel's grand kid, conquered much of Western Europe and instituted universities for clergy(was able to conquer because people needed protection from Vikings). Was crowned emperor in 800 CE

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Clovis

Ruled from 481-511, who destroyed the last bits of the Roman Empire and converted to Christianity to win the pope's favor

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The Crusades

A series of attacks by the Europeans to free Jerusalem from the Turks, after a call for help from Pope Urban II. The first crusade succeeded in 1096, but then Saladin recaptured Jerusalem

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Something that the pope could do to get out the people from the Catholic Church

Excommunicating

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A way that the pope could push away a whole group of people if their ruler was being naughty

Interdict

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A political system that evolved in the early middle ages, involving vassals

Feudalism

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Places where Jews were segregated

Ghettos

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Organized groups of people of the same job who set standards and train apprentices

Guilds

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The church of holy wisdom, built by Justinian

Hagia Sophia

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A league in northern Germany and Scandinavia created to facilitate trade

Hanseatic league

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Something that the pope or the King could declare: untruth, bad, dangerous

Heresy

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1300-1400, English vs. France

The hundred years wars

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The ruler from 527-565, built the Hagia Sophia, consolidated the roman laws in the corpus irons civilus

Justinian

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A document that made sure that rulers didn't have absolute power, signed at sword point by john in England

Manga Carta

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A political and economic system involving serfs

Manorialism

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The dark ages

The Middle Ages

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The spies that Charlemagne sent around his empire to make sure his counts were doing right

Missi dominici

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The anti-Jewish mobs that hurt people

Pogroms

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Muslim leader who lead the Turks to victory in 1100s

Saladin

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The tradition of using Ancient Greek arguments to probe Christianity

Scholasticism

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Justinian's wife

Theodora

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The charging of interest for money(as defined by the church)

Usury

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Languages that people spoke, not Latin

Vernacular languages

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People who pirated from 733

Vikings

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When did the Byzantine empire fall?

1453CE

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When did the rift between Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox begin?

In 1054 CE, when the patriarch/pope clashed and they both excommunicated each other