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CHAPTER 10 STUDY GUIDE Identifications and Vocabulary Cluny/Cluniac order ordeal vernacular canon law vassal (also see chpt. 8) fief/benefice chivalry Bernard of Clairvaux Cistercians serfs Catharism Waldensians Mendicant Orders Francis of Assisi Franciscans Dominic de Guzman Dominicans Gratian's Decretum Anselm Hildegard of Bingen Peter Abelard scholasticism Thomas Aquinas Song of Roland Dante Aligheri Gothic architecture The Divine Comedy Romanesque architecture Courtly literature The Three Orders (traditional orders of society) *************************** Learning Objectives 1. Define the relationship between monastic orders, nobility, and peasants, and relate their medieval ideals to rural and urban realities. 2. Discuss the appeal of spiritual movements and why some became heretical. 3. Discuss and evaluate the role of logic in spurring intellectual growth and scholasticism. 4. Describe the major developments in medieval vernacular literature and architecture.
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