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Lesson 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 1
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Feudalism
The economic and political system of medieval Europe in which people exchanged loyalty and labor for a lord's protection
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Aqueduct
A pipe or raised channel built to carry water over a long distance
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Roman Empire
An empire that spanned the Mediterranean world and most of Europe. All paths lead to it's capital
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Christianity
The religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus
20
Mosaic
A picture made up of small pieces of tile, glass, or colored stone
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Corruption
A pattern of illegal or immoral activities by government officials
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Serf
A peasant who could not leave the lord's land on which he or she was born and worked
30
Constantine
Roman emperor who, in 330 C.E., moved the capital to Byzantium and later renamed it Constantinople
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Decline
A slow breakdown or failure
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Charlemagne
He was a powerful Christian Ruler who unified Christian lands in Europe. He was also BFF's with the pope.
40
Empire
A large territory in which several groups of people are ruled by a single leader or government
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Proverb
A popular saying meant to express something wise or true
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Fief
Land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty and service
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Political Instability
Weakening Frontiers
Political and Social Problems
What are the three reasons that led to the fall of Rome
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Philosophy
The study of wisdom, knowledge, and the nature of reality




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