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476 Rome falls to barbarians Marks the beginning of the Middle Ages
Early Middle Ages Decline in population Decline of trade Feudalism – Economic and social system
Clovis unites France Imposes Christianity
Roman Empire continues… Constantinople (Byzantium, Istanbul) maintains Roman power Emperor Justinian publishes law code – Attempts to reconquer Rome
570 Muhammed is born
732 Battle of Tours Charles Martel halts Muslim advance
793 Viking attacks begin on England
800 Charlemagne crowned king
1066 William the Conqueror becomes king of England. Descended from Vikings Ruled in Normandy Changed English culture. End of Viking raids
The Crusades Roman Catholic Missions to reclaim the holy land.
1184 Beginning of Inquisition Church trials of Heretics Torture to repent
1300 Mongol invasion Genghis Khan Asia and Eastern Europe
The Great Famine- Bad weather causes crop failure.
Black Plague million dead
France and England battle over who is king of what.
1439 Movable type printing press Johannes Gutenberg Allowed for mass printing
Middle Ages When Civilization Collapses. Byzantines The Roman Empire lived on in the Byzantine Empire to the East The Byzantines would carry on Roman.
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