Why did Europeans in the Middle Ages turn towards feudalism?
Which institution was very powerful during the Middle Ages?
Why did feudalism end?
How did the Bubonic Plague spread?
Which disease is represented by the map?
What system does the picture represent?
What was the Renaissance?
In a timeline numbers for BCE/BC go from
In a timeline numbers from CE/AD go from
The time period between the 400s to the 1400s is known as
The time period where people were interested in learning again is called
What was a document given by the pope that excused a person from penalties he or she had committed?
Which Protestant reformer supported the idea of predestination?
a Christian who protested against the Catholic church
German priest credited with starting the Reformation, he nailed a list of complaints about the Catholic Church to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany.
King of England, he split with the Catholic Church and declared himself head of the Church of England, or Anglican Church.
What was the impact of the printing press?