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Week 11: Medieval Europe IDs

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Week 11: Medieval Europe IDs - group work



Working together using this wiki

Think of this wiki as a shared online whiteboard. The entire class can share information using this wiki, making your research accessible to everyone. You no longer have to complete the IDs all by yourself! Play around with this wiki: Notice how you can add comments to a page, see what people have changed, and edit all the text.



1. YOU are responsible for the term/concept next to your name (it was the luck of the draw this week). You need to use the textbook (and possibly other resources) to research your term/concept. It's the only one YOU are responsible for, so make sure you include lots of details to share with your classmates. You can post your description in paragraph form or a bulletted list - just be complete.

2. Once you have posted your own term/concept, you have the opportunity to add to your classmates postings. If you see something that is wrong or needs more explanation you can edit their term/concept. However, you must include your name with any changes you make.

3. Finally, you can print off this "wiki" and file in your notebook (you are keeping a 3-ring binder full of stuff for this course, right?).


Identificatons - Medieval Europe


Middle Ages - Schmidt - example


Structure - Abbott

Compare to Japanese feudalism - Vance

Battle of Tours - Ahmed

Charlemagne - Binion

Chivalry - Brann

Manorialism - Capone

Serfdom - Chatham

The Roman Catholic Church

leadership structure and monastaries - Dail

role during this period - Dillard

The Medieval Popes

Pope Urban II - Flake

Pope Gregory VII -Gibbs

The Holy Inquisition - Gillis

The Vikings - Gilmore

William the Conqueror and the Norman invasion of England - Harrison

Magna Carta - Hoke

Parlaiments - Knight

Capetian Dynasty and the centralization of France - Honaker

The Hundred Years War - Magoon

The Crusades (you don't need to focus on specific crusades - think general)

Causes - Miller

Effects - Page

The Hanseatic League(growth of trade) - Parker

The Black Death (basics) - Patty

Gothic vs Romanesque Architecture - Rector

Scholasticism - Ramseur

Thomas Aquinas - Robertson

Guilds - Shaffner

Medieval Art and Literature (not architecture) - Simpson

Growth of Banking - Walston

Role of Women - medieval times - Ward







Resources**Chapter 10 in Stearns textbook (please cite any other resources you use)

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