To become a master you must become an i apprentices

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To become a master, you must become an: i. Apprentices - trainees in the guild profession e. Journeymen (what you are called after apprentice ship) and masterpieces (what you show to the master to graduate to a master) 5. The High Middle Ages: Revival of Education- a. Renaissance of the 12 th century b. Universities are not a physical place/they are a physical collection of students around a professor c. University of Bologna—students study Roman laws
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d. University of Paris—students study theology i. Instructors form the association, so the teachers run the school ii. The Church paid the teachers 6. The High Middle Ages: Rise of the Papal Monarchy a. College of Cardinals (1059) b. Pope Gregory VII i. Canon law ii. The Curia—its own bureaucracy c. Lay Investiture —a ceremony where bishops get their power (their symbols of their power are their ring and staff) i. Pope Gregory prevents lay investiture from continuing d. Holy Roman Emperor of Henry IV —denounces the Pope/ in response the Pope cuts Henry out of the Church and calls for Henry’s subjects to denounce him as their ruler e. Concordat of Worms (1122) —a compromise b/w the papacy and the bishops (on quiz)
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