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Waves of _________ and __________ brought new customs and lifestyles to many parts of west Europe

barbarian invasion
settlements

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Many _______ plundered Europe and established kingdoms.

Germanic tribes

2

A group of Germanic peoples, the ________, did much to shape the culture of post-Roman Europe.

Franks

3

Charles Martel's calvary defeated the __________ in 732 when they invaded France.

Spanish Moors

4

Pepin's victory won him territory called the ________ when he gave the new land to the pope.

Donation of Pepin

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The Donation of Pepin became the

Papal States

6

Charlemagne's crowning as the "Emperor of the Roman's" regarded him as the successor to the __________.

Roman emperors

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The most feared invaders of Western Europe during the 800s and 900s were the ________ from Scandinavia.

Vikings

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By the 900s, most Europeans were governed by small, local _______, most often _________.

independent leaders
the local lords

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The person who granted a fief as a ______.

lord

10

The person who received a fief was a _______.

vassal

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__________ was the system of inheritance from a father to the eldest son.

Primogeniture

12

In theory, every landholder was a ______ to the king.

vassal

13

The ________ owned vast amounts of land and had many vassals who were granted fiefs.

medieval church

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Knights wore armor made of ________- small interlocking metal links.

chain mail

15

A trial could be a duel between _______ and ________ in which the outcome determined ______ or _____.

accuser; accused
innocence; guilt

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Describe the three field planting system

two out of the three fields were planted so that the third field could lie unplanted for a season to regain its fertility

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Most peasants called ________ could not leave the land unless the Lord allowed it.

serfs

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A knight's _________ was a graphic symbol that identified him and represented personal characteristics.

coat of arms

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