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Inquisition: The Spanish Inquisition | Infoplease.com - 0 views

  • abolished in 1834.
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      1478 to 1834 is 356 years!
  • The purpose of the Spanish Inquisition was to discover and punish converted Jews (and later Muslims) who were insincere.
  • established (1478) by Ferdinand and Isabella
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  • The censorship policy even condemned books approved
  • harsher, more highly organized, and far freer with the death penalty
Lily S

The Galileo Project | Christianity | The Inquisition - 0 views

  • The inquisitor questioned the accused in the presence of at least two witnesses.
    • Lily S
       
      Two witnesses so that the testimony isn't biased.
  • Penalties went from visits to churches, pilgrimages, and wearing the cross of infamy to imprisonment
  • death
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  • Death was by burning at the stake
  • In 1231, Pope Gregory IX published a decree which called for life imprisonment with salutary penance for the heretic who had confessed and repented and capital punishment for those who persisted. The secular authorities were to carry out the execution.
  • The accused had to testify against himself/herself and not have the right to face and question his/her accuser.
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The Medieval Church - 0 views

  • very rich and powerful
  • organized like a government with laws
  • job of praying for everyone else.
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  • Monks were often teachers who taught noble children
  • Some even had the
  • The windows would tell bible stories and the lives of the saints
  • made of stone
  • provided spiritual guidance and a place were people could get an education
  • Almost all
  • Monks lived in monasteries or abbeys. They worked and prayed. Women could also serve a religious life as a nun
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    A good website on the Medieval Church
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Medieval Education - 2 views

  • free education to every boy
    • Lily S
       
      Only boys?
  • using a bone or ivory stylus on wooden tablets coated with green or black wax
  • Knights were also educated and looked down upon if they could not read and write
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  • Only daughters of the very rich and powerful were allowed to attend select courses.
  • At 14 or 15
  • continue education at a university
  • The cap and gown that college graduates wear today have their roots in medieval academic garments
  • empire needed educated people if it was to survive
Lily S

Feudalism - 1 views

    • Lily S
       
      #6 on Quest 3
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Government in the middle ages - 0 views

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      For what feudalism does
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Manor house for sale in Correze - French Chateaux - Manor house, vineyards, mansions, l... - 0 views

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    Manor House in Correze, France
Lily S

Achievements Of Rome - 0 views

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    A video about Roman achievements
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Roman Government: Class Project - YouTube - 0 views

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    A video on Roman government
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Ancient rome spread of christianity - 0 views

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    A video about the rise of Christianity in Rome
Lily S

Aristotle [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy] - 1 views

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    A website about Aristotle
Lily S

Citizens, Metics, and Slaves: - 2 views

  • Metics could not own property, which was crippling in Athenian society, but they could hold jobs for property owners and they did have to pay a tax.
  • Slaves were the property of their owners and could be bought and sold at any time.  They held no enforceable legal rights and had no citizenship rights.  Slaves had a variety of jobs, from working inside the home to working in the fields to acting as attendants – actually, some slaves became quite close to their owners and their families and were well-loved.
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    RIghts of Citizens, Metics, and Slaves
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    This helps if you are having trouble with number 8 in Athens.
Lily S

Ancient Greek Government - Ancient Greece for Kids! - 5 views

    • Lily S
       
      The government in Ancient Greece depended on the period of time
  • at each period there were plenty of city-states using a different system, and there were many which never did become democracies or tyrannies at all.
  • Late Bronze Age
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  • Archaic period
  • Athenian democracy did not really give power to everyone
  • Athens at this time had an empire
  • many Greek city-states kept oligarchic government, or tyrannies, or monarchies, through this whole time
Lily S

Inventions, Achievements - Ancient Greece for Kids - 8 views

  • arts, philosophy, science, math, literature, and politics. 
  • edy, Satire, Theatre
  • Comedy, Tragedy, Satire, Theatre
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    Ancient Greek Theater
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Ancient Greek Theatre - Ancient Greece for Kids - 0 views

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      Plays were really important to ancient Greece!
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