Terms: William the Conqueror, Common law, Jury, King John, Magna Carta, Due Process of law, Habeas Corpus, Parliament, Louis IX, Holy Roman Empire, Henry IV, Pope Gregory VII, Lay Investiture, Fredrick Barbarossa, Pope Innocent III, Crusades, Holy Land, Pope Urban II, Reconquista, Ferdinand and Isabella, Inquisition, Scholasticism, Thomas Acquinas, Venacular, Dante Alighieri, Geoffrey Chaucer, Gothic Style, Flying Buttress, Illumination, Black Death, Epidemic, Inflation, Schism, Longbow
Section 1: Royal Power Grows- How did monarch in England and France expand royal authority and lay the foundations for united nation-states?
Monarchs, Nobles, and the Church- How are these three linked?
Nobles and the Church had just as much power as monarchs
Monarchs centralized power
Townspeople and monarchs had strong ties
English Kings Strengthen Their Power- Who were the English kings and how did they make their power even stronger?
Angles, Saxons, Vikings
King Edward died- question on successor
William of Normandy Conquers England- What happened at the Battle of Hastings?
William raised an army
Backing of pope
King of England
Expanding Royal Power- What information was collected in the Domesday Book?
Tax collection, fees, fines, other dues
Developing a Unified Legal System- What were the new legal codes and what did they say?
Conflict With the Church- What was the conflict over?
Church disputed issue with legal authority
Evolving Traditions of Government:
Enemies: King Philip II of France, Pope Innocent III, and English nobles