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Thomas a` Becket
Alfred the Great
Are love lyrics written by Catullus about his unfaithful mistress.
Espouses Lucretius' epicurean worldview.
Covered 1000 years of the history of Rome, as written by Ennius
Were declared heretical by Gregory I
It condemns Huss and Wycliffe, who are critical of the the church hierarchy.
It elects Martin V as pope, who reigns from 1417-1431.
It came about as a result of the conciliar movement.
It ended the Great Schism with the idea that the power of the church lies only in the hands of the cardinals and bishops.
Wrote The Consolation of Philosophy, a Neoplatonic text.
Translated Organon, the "Tool" of Aristotelian logic.
Was a Roman scholar who lived from 480 - 525
All of the Above
John of Salisbury
King Valdemar I of Denmark
Suleiman the Magnificent
Mehmet II the Conqueror
Murad II Kodja
Theodoric, King of the Ostrogoths, overthrows Odoacer.
Richard the III of York is defeated.
Suleiman the Magnificant captures Serbia and Hungary.
Pepin the Short overthrows the Merovingians.
3rd - Richard the Lion-hearted of England kills over 2,000 Muslims at acre but cannot regain Jerusalem.
5th - Crusaders raid Zara and sack Constantinople in order to pay Venetians for passage.
7th - This crusade is caled off when Louis IX, who is attempting to conquer Tunisia, dies.
1st - Four feudal states are carved out by the conquest and massacre of Jerusalem by Frankish demagogues.
Saladin, Prince of Egypt
Philip II Augustus
Frederick I Barbarossa
Louis IX of France
Results in the Lutheran Creed the Augsburg Confession
Names the Lutherans as "Protestants"
Gives Lutherans freedom to worship
Results in the organization of the Schmalkaldic League
Pope Alexander III
Pope Leo X
Pope Innocent III
Pope Boniface VIII
Grants Calvinists the freedom to worship
Reverses the persecution of the Christians by the previous emperor Diocletian.
Challenges the power of the state and forces emperor Theodosius to do public penance.
Condemned the teaching of monophysitism, which holds that Jesus is divine but not human.
Is forbidden to invade England by Pope Innocent III
Seizes Normandy from King John
Seizes the French title from the Carolingians
All of the above
During the Hundred Year's War, longbowmen halt the charges of knights, heralding the end of chivalric warfare.EF
Louis the Pious is forced to divide his empire between Charles the Bald, Lothair, and Louis the German.
Edward the Black Prince captures John II Valois and takes him prisoner.
Philip IV the fair destroys the Knights Templar.
None of the Below
Council of Chalcedon, 451
Council of Nicaea, 325
Council of Ephesus, 431
Frederick I Barbarossa of the Hohenstaufens
The alliance of North Italian Cities called the Lombard League
Emperor Romulus Augustus
Attila of the Huns
The double monastary of Benedictine monks needed to protect themselves from the Vikings.
St. Columba from Ireland converts the Picts and Augustine of Canterbury converts the Anglo-Saxons.
Latin practices did not allow for individualized rites at Easter, which the Ionans, or Celts, accepted.
The town of Munster had been seized and established as a theocracy called New Zion.
Medicine, written by Galen
Geocentric theory, written by Ptolemy
Speeches, by Cicero
Historical monographs, by Appianus
Hurrians from Mitanni
Hittites and Kassites
The Sumerians of the Third Dynasty of Ur
Old Kingdom (2700 - 2200 BCE)
First Intermediate Period (2200 - 2050 BCE)
Middle Kingdom (2050 - 1700 BCE)
Second Intermediate Period (1700-1550 BCE)
Adapted the alphabet to a more usable form.
Conquered the Near East by applying a rule of terror in which rebellious populations were deported.
Led the Persians in an uprising against the Medes.
United the small kingdoms of warriors that made up his eastern Mediterranean homeland.