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S: The Medieval Churches (Monks and Nuns)

BC: Works Cited Architecture and Constrution. Scholastic, 1995. Print. Jacobs, David. Master Builders of the Middle Ages. American Hertiage, 1968. Print. Macdonald, Fiona, and John James. A Medieval Cathedral. New York: P. Bedrick, 1991. Print. | Bibliography

FC: The Medieval churches (monks and nuns) | By. Briana Boger and Tyler Alexander

1: Churches and how long it took and how they made it | Took more than a hundred years to complete and some never finished. They built them with limestone and in the middle was asher to hold heavy blocks. The glass was made by stained colors. The master controls the building. The Blacksmiths would repair the decorative iron if bent. They used wooden models to make the walls of the churches. | This is a picture of a medieval church that took over 100 years to make. | This is stained glass in a church in Medieval times.

2: Medieval Nuns | Nuns were women that were not very smart but they were taught how to read and write. The nuns had chores like the Monks do. Not all nuns were given hard work. The wealthy people worked lighter. Everyday the nuns would read the main prayerbook which was long. Each section had a pray, psalms, hymus, and other readings to make them learn. Priest became Nuns and Monks. | This is a picture of a medieval nun.

3: Medieval Monks | What monks did everyday was to worship reading, and manual labor. To attend church they would read in the Bible for awhile, privately pray, and meditate. In the afternoon, the monks would work very hard in the monastery and its lands. During the day they did for chores was washing and cooking for monastery, growing crops, producing wine and honey, etc. | Picture of three monks holding books.

4: The different jobs there were in the church | The jobs of the people had at the church was Abbess. Abbess is the head of ans abbey. Another job was Almoner. The Almoner is an officer of the monastery. The church also had a Barber Surgeon. That is when a monk shaved the faces and tonsures of the monks and performed light surgery. | A picture of a Abbess sitting

5: How did the church affect people's lives | Monasteries were the church presence. Th Monasteries were contained and lived in there houses and they prayed and work there. They spent much of there time reading and copying books. When the ink ran out for the monasteries to copy they would spent more time on other activities. | People in the church begging for help.

6: The head of the church | Picture of pope Leo XI | The pope was a very powerful person. The Medieval church became a religious place for him. This period of the Crusades a lot of people came to Holy Land for the pope's speech. The pope promised redemption for the Crusades. The church and the power of popes was weakened by bickering between churches and state.

7: Vocabulary | Hundred Years War-a war that lasted from 1337- 1453 Wars of the Roses- a war that lasted from 1455-1485 | This is a picture of the Wars of the Roses.

8: Author's page Briana Boger | Briana Boger is a seventh grade student at Eyer Middle school. She was raised in Macungie, PA. She is the oldest of three kids. In her spare time she plays with her dogs, hamster or her cousin. On the weekend if she has nothing to do she goes up to her aunt's house to hang out with her cousin Brittney.

9: Author's page Tyler Alexander | Tyler Alexander is a seventh grade student at Eyer Middle School. He was raised in Lower Macungie, PA. He likes racing and quading. If he has nothing to do he goes to help his dad work on his car.

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