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Ch 17 questions - around the North and Baltic sea ports 8....

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Brennan Woods Chapter 17 Questions: The Foundations of Christian Society Vocab. Lord Feudal Medieval Manor Monoasticism Serf Constriction Retainer 1. 2. 3. 4. The obligations of the lords to its sefs were to protect them, provide them with housing and food. Retainers were in charge farming the land providing crops to be sold for revenue. They would also serve military service when was the lord was called to provide. 5. Serfs in medieval Europe were to serve the lords land and provide any services needed. Serfs’ lives were not lavish by any means. They often were only provided the bare minimum in order to survive. Serfs spent most of the farming the land and maintaining any of the manor needs. 6. The heavy plow for improvements in agriculture by allowing a deep plow which allowed for a better chance of seeds catching root and not washing away during rainfall. 7. Trade continued to happen at local markets and fairs which allowed for small-scale exchange. Area such as Spain, Sicily, and North African were thriving trading posts. Maritime occurred
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Unformatted text preview: around the North and Baltic sea ports 8. The pope's role, in a nutshell, was to make sure the church stayed under his thumb and didn't make waves or make him look bad. He worked in cahoots with the king to make sure the pope was followed, and he used the king's henchmen to execute those who made waves, defied church theology, or tried to get out from under his iron fist. 9. Monasteries came about in medieval Europe after it became legal during the fourth century. Monasticism became a community in which developed its own rules, procedures, and priorities. Some communities demanded that there in habitants follow extremely austere lifestyles. 10. Monasteries provided a variety of social services. They served as inns for travelers and places for refuge for individuals suffering natural or other calamities. Monasteries became very vital in the spread of Christianity while providing social services monks would preach Christianity....
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2012 for the course HIST 232 taught by Professor Charliewilliams during the Spring '12 term at Emory.

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