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lasting legacies
agricultural
geography
manor system
feudal system
trade
fall of rome
causes of conflict
government
counter - reformation
reformation
northern renaissance
italian renaissance

The Middle Ages in Europe Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an empire referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire Byzantine Empire
was the capital city of the Roman Empire constantinople
was one of Byzantine Empire Justinian
the period of European history from the fall of the Roman Empire in the West middle ages
also known as Charles the Great charlemange
the dominant social system in medieval Europe feudalism
an appellation for a person or deity who has authority lord
a person granted an honorary title of knighthood by a monarch knights
an agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work on his lord's estate. serfs
a unit of land originally a feudal lordship consisting of a lord's demesne and lands rented to tenants. manor
a unit of land, originally a feudal lordship, consisting of a lord's demesne and lands rented to tenants. manor
the faith, practice, and church order of the Roman Catholic Church. catholicism
the bishop of Rome as head of the Roman Catholic Church. pope
a medieval military expedition, one of a series made by Europeans to recover the Holy Land from the Muslims in the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries. crusades
is one of the towering figures in Western philosophy and theology thomas Aquinas
a charter of liberties to which the English barons forced King John to give his assent in June 1215 magna carta
the male head of a family or tribe patriarch
a member of the branch of the Goths who invaded the Roman Empire between the 3rd and 5th centuries visigoths
a medieval association of craftsmen or merchants, often having considerable power. guilds
a poor farmer of low social status peasants

Economic Systems Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This type of state culminated with the rise of mercantilism absolutist
This type of economic theory was based on the amount of precious metals a country had bullionism
Dominant social system in medieval Europe feudalism
Attempt by the governemnt to standardize agriculture but was unsucessful(China) collectivization
The holder of the land in a feudal system vassals
The laborer bound to the land in a feudal state serf
This type of economic system originated in the Roman Empire manorialism
Political theory created by Karl Marx communism
This economic theory was prevalent during the age of exploration mercantilism
Mercantilism encouraged this type of trade international trade
Mercantilism perhaps found its greatest supporter in this country France
(two words) Instead of lassiez-faire, governments control economies by doing this set prices
in mercantilism a country wants to maximize this exports
assigns production goals in a command economy government
Combines the elements of a command and market economies mixed economy

Middle Ages Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

papalstates
squire
page
knight
fief
vassal
feudalism
serfs
holydays
manors
charlemagne
martel
clerical
monasteries
sacraments
priests
clergy
pope
ostrogoths
byzantium
legacy
medieval

Renaissance Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

an intellectual movement of the Renaissance based on the study of the humanities, which included grammar, rhetoric, poetry, moral philosophy, and history HUMANISM
often called the father of Italian Renaissance humanism. Francesco Petrarch
the language of everyday speech in a particular region vernacular
Dante wrote his masterpiece, the _________, in the dialect of his native Florence. Divine Comedy
pioneered by the German printer Johannes Gutenberg movable type
a painting done on fresh, wet plaster with water-based paints fresco
Using this law, Masaccio could create the illusion of three dimensions, leading to a new, realistic style laws of perspective
was the model "Renaissance man." He was an artist, scientist, inventor, and visionary. Leonardo da Vinci
drew the "School of Athens" (Write his first name) Raphael
this was the core of humanist schools. Humanists believed this enabled humanists to reach their goal liberal studies
This is the final stage of the Renaissance. this period is associated with da Vinci, Raphael Sanzio, Michelangelo High Renaissance
The cultural rebirth that occurred in Europe from roughly the fourteenth through the middle of the seventeenth centuries, based on the rediscovery of the literature of Greece and Rome. Renaissance
technique that allows an artist to show objects as they appear at various distances from the viewer Perspective
Title for ruler of Venice (leader) doge
Most important writer of the Spanish Renaissance (last name) cervantes
the habit or principle of being independent and self-reliant. Individualism
Country where Renaissance started italy
soldiers who fought primarily for money mercenary
This family took control of Florence Medici
Dominated society and held important political posts and served as advisers to the king. nobility
the shopkeepers, artisans, guild masters, and guild members. Burghers
Who was the most important member of the Italian family during the Renaissance Father
Wrote "The Prince", and believed human beings were motivated by self-interest Machiavelli
Someone who supports or champions something patron
Florentine sculptor and painter and architect michelangelo

Reformation and the Renaissance word search

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Description

ABOLISHED
ACT OF SUPREMACY
ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY
BIBLE
CATHOLICISM
CHURCH
CORRUPT
COUNTER
GERMANY
HENRY THE EIGHTH
HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR
JAMES THE FIRST
LATIN
MARTIN LUTHER
MONASTERIES
MONASTIC
POPE CLEMENT
PRIESTS
PROTESTANTS
REBELLION
REFORMATION
RELIGION
RELIGIOUS STATUES
RENAISSANCE
RENAISSANCE MEN
ROME
SUPREME HEAD OF THE CHURCH
THOMAS CRANMER

Ancient Rome Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

This runs across the center of the peninsula Italy. Tiber River
One of the longest coastlines in Europe. Italian Peninsula
A sea between southern Europe, the northern coast of Africa, and southwesterm Asia. Mediterranean Sea
The capitol of Italy,that spreads across 7 low hills, and is about 15 minutes up the Tiber River. Rome
An Estruscan noble that murdered the king. Tarquin
A Roman leader that forced Tarquin and his sons out of Rome, and later became king. Junis Brutis
This man led Roman forces into battle and got captured. Regulus
The wealthiest, most powerful citizens. patricians
About 90% of Roman citizens. plebeians
A form of government where citizens have a right to vote. republic
People who are elected to represent the people. representatives
Any of various governing bodies. Senate
Officials who managed the government and the army. consuls
Someone who has total control over the people. dictator
People that were appointed by the Senate to protect the rights of plebeians. tribune
A city-state located in North Africa. carthage
Wars that ,altogether, lasted nearly 120 years. Punic Wars
A Carthaginian general. Hannibal
He attacked Carthage and defeated it. Scipio
A sense of pride in one's country. patriotism

Feudal System Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Served in military after receiving land Vassal
Owned the land Lord
Vassal to the Lords Knight
Class of rich people who owned land Aristocracy
Code that Knights were expected to live by Chivalry
Most Common form of Government in Medieval Europe Feudalism
Unwritten agreement between vassals and lords Feudal Contract
land granted to a vassal by a lord Fief
agricultural estate ran by the lord and where the peasants worked Manor
The fear of __________ Promoted feudalism Invasion
Continent where this feudalism was mostly found Europe
knights Armour was very ________ Expensive
This document limited the kings power Magna Carta
Census taken by William the Conqueror Domesday
Business organization that set standards Guild
middle class Bourgeoisie
worker who was bound to land Serf
Main attraction at tournaments Joust
King who signed the Magna Carta John
Richard the First nickname Lionheart
Large stone fortresses Castle
battle strategy where a city is surrounded and the starved into surrender Siege
The Plague that was in Europe at the same time as feudalism Black Death
large plow carruca
type of society that was man centered Patriarchy

Renaissance Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An Italian painter Raphael
The period that lasted between the 5th and the 15th century Middle Ages
A black plague that ravaged Europe and killed a third of its population Black Death
A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance Humanism
The Renaissance that occured in Europe north of the Alps Northern Renaissance
A point of view Perspective
A machine used for printing on paper printing press
An Italian sculptor, painter, port, and engineer Michelangelo
A cultural rebirth that occurred in Europe Renaissance
The language spoken by the ordinary people Vernacular
A person who supports with money or effort Patron
An attempt to make art resemble resemble life Realism
An Italian noble family that produced three popes Medici Family
An Italian painter, sculptor, architect, ,athematician and scientist Leonardo da Vinci

The Italian Renaissance Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

He wrote Don Quixote Cervantes
Inventor of printing press Gutenberg
Term means rebirth renaissance
English playwright Shakespeare
Where the Renaissance began Italy
Someone who supports artists patron
Italian trader who visited China MarcoPolo
Machine that uses moveable type printing press
Philosophy focus on human potential humanism
Technique that appears 3-D on a flat surface persepective
Italian poet who introduced Greeks and Romans Petrarch
Trade route from Asia to Europe Silk Road
study of the Greeks and Romans classical learning
City where the Renaissance started Florence
A painter and sculpture Michelangelo
Artist, sculpture, inventor and engineer daVinci
Built domes on large buildings Botticelli

Unit 3: Geography Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Europe's Northwest mountains have some of the world's oldest rock formations, but erosion and ______ made their peaks low. Glaciation
The Ancient Greeks impacted our modern world for all but which of the following reasons Belief in monotheism
The Roman borrowed heavily in their belief systems, customs, and engineering skills from these two groups of people Etruscans and Greeks
System in which monarchs or lords gave land to nobles in return for pledges of loyalty was known as Feudalism
An Alpine wind, occasionally blows bitter cold air into southern France Mistrals
Occasional dry winds can trigger ______,destructive masses of ice, snow and rock sliding down mountain sides. Avalanches
The ancient Greeks formed city-states that were independent, but shared Language and culture
________ are the ancient cities that shaped modern European culture. Greece and Rome
An important city to geography because of its long history spanning the rise and fall of many great empires; largest city in Turkey Istanbul
Christianity developed from this other religion Judaism
Low-lying area from which seawater has been drained to create new farmland Polder
The closeness to the sea has affected this of Europeans. Lifestyles
Long, steep-sided glacial valley now filled by seawater Fjords
Modern day athletic stadiums were influenced by this Roman structure Coliseum
Permanent frozen layer of soil beneath the surface of the ground Permafrost
A Scandinavian mountainous place in Northern Europe; Ice age glaciers melted here forming thousands of lakes. The Northern Peninsula
Large banks of earth and stone that hold back water Dikes
The belief in one god Monotheism
This was the ancient enemy of Rome that when defeated after the 3rd Punic War allowed Rome to forge a true empire Carthage
Hot, dry winds from Africa are called Siroccos
This was the site of the Minoan civilization Crete
The great empire of Alexander the Great extended from Greece and Egypt to the west of India
Constantinople was the capital of The Roman Empire
An area in which 5 large islands, Sicily, Corsica, Sardinia, Cyprus, and Crete, all have rugged terrain and volcanic mountains. The Mediterranean
Following the First Punic War, Rome gained this territory from Carthage Spain
A tangle of mountain ranges and valleys in southeastern Europe The Balkan Peninsula
Romans constructed the _______ in order to worship all of the gods. Pantheon
Primarily Ireland and Great Britain The British Isles
Phillip II, the father of Alexander the Great, was originally from here Macedonia
A fine, rich soil that is carried by the wind is known as this Loess