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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
481-511 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
1095-1291 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
1315-1317 The Great Famine- Bad weather causes crop failure.
1348-1350 Black Plague 75-200 million dead
1337-1453 France and England battle over who is king of what.
1439 Movable type printing press Johannes Gutenberg Allowed for mass printing
DARK AGES Time Line: Dark Ages and Middle Ages Important Events of the Middle Ages Constantine became Emperor of the Roman Empire. 455.
476 AD + information 481 AD + Information 1453 AD + Information All the years in between……information.
The Byzantine Empire & Middle Ages
Medieval Societies project Mr. Shanon 5A. What do you think of when you hear the words “Medieval Society?”
Chapter 6: Medieval Europe
Middle Ages When Civilization Collapses. Byzantines The Roman Empire lived on in the Byzantine Empire to the East The Byzantines would carry on Roman.
Fall of Rome Rise of Byzantium.
Medieval Europe Review WITH Mrs. Tidwell Geography Plague FeudalismThe Church
EARLY MIDDLE AGES ACE MRS. SIBBETT WESTERN CIVILIZATION.
Middle Ages Germanic Invasions Rise of the Church The Pope Charles Martel Charlemagne Invaders In Europe Vikings William the Conqueror.
Medieval Europe The Early Middle Ages Roman Empire Ends AD 476 = Unity lost (Med Sea) Western Europe divided into many Kingdoms Due to constant invasions.
Let s Rol l Middle Ages. Charles Martel Who forced the Muslims out of France in the Battle of Tours.
Middle Ages SOL Review #8
Successor states to the Roman empire, 500 AD Successor states to the Roman empire, 500 AD Page: 444.
Germanic Kingdoms Chapter 13, Section 1 1. Who were the Franks? 2. Why was Charles Martel important? 3. How did Charlemagne change Europe?
Hosted by Type your name here The Empires Religion Feudalism Random Popes & Crusades 100.
The Rise of Feudalism in Europe During the Middle Ages.
Objectives Describe Western Europe after the collapse of the western Roman Empire. Describe how Germanic tribes carved Europe into small kingdoms. Explain.
Charlemagne, Feudalism, and Chivalry. Europe After the Fall of Rome.
Early Middle Ages, Key People, Events, Feudalism Part 1
Geography Important People Key Vocabular y Conquerors CrusadesWars and Agreements The Church Potpourri
The Early Middle Ages Chapter 15 Section 1 Part 1.
Early Medieval Leaders Note Entry # 32. After the Fall of Rome… By 500 AD the German invasions of Rome had put Western Europe into the “Dark Ages” By.
Jeopardy ByzantinesFeudalismChurchCrusades $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy Black Death $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
April 1 st 527 – Justinian becomes the Roman Emperor of the Eastern Empire 1748 – The ruins of Pompeii were discovered 1976 – Apple Computer Company founded.
THE RISE OF EUROPE Early Middle Ages. Objectives Describe how Germanic tribes carved Europe into small kingdoms after the collapse of the western Roman.
Final Review Civilizations
JEOPARDY! Church $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200.
DROPBOX/PASS UP MIDDLE AGES HW #1 V-SHARE
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
1/13 Focus: 1/13 Focus: – Through conquest and social change, Charlemagne brought much of western Europe together in a single empire Important Terms: Important.
Chapter 9 &10 Formation of Europe and the Middle Ages.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Early Middle Ages.
Our Plan Today… Intro to Europe’s Early Middle Ages Go over Unit Outline Make a class KWL chart PowerPoint/Videos Cornell Notes: “The Mediterranean.
The Byzantine Empire Constantinople: capital city of Byzantine Empire; ancient Byzantium; modern Istanbul Constantine: Roman Emperor who moved capital.
The Dark Ages (approximately AD) Students will be able to identify and/or define the following terms: Effects of the Fall of Rome Franks Charlemagne.
WHI: SOL 9c, d Age of Charlemagne and Invasions. Rise of the Franks Clovis-king of the Franks reconquered Gaul from the collapsed Roman Empire – Gaul.
The Crusades, Mongols, and the Black Plague SOL WHI 12b, c.
UNIT 1: EARLY MAN 1.1- I can describe the characteristics of the Paleolithic and Neolithic era I can compare and contrast the developments of the.
Hosted by Your History Teacher The Empires Religion Feudalism Random Popes & Crusades 100.
Unit IIIA Quest Review. Q: The middle ages would start with what significant event A: Fall of Rome Q: Land was the basis of one’s A: Wealth and power.
Feudalism Lords Top Rank Responsibility provide land to Nobles and Peasants Nobles/Vassals 2 nd Rank Responsibility Provided land for the peasants (Serfs)
THE MIDDLE AGES. THE START OF THE MIDDLE AGES In the 5 th century (400s) Germanic tribes invaded and overran the western half of the Roman Empire.
Unit 4A Jeopardy Review The Middle Ages in Europe Fall of Rome Feudalism Knights & Crusades England & France Century of Turmoil Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q.
476 A.D.480 A.D. After the Roman Empire fell in the west, Europe was taken over by Germanic Kingdoms (barbarians). Rome remains a center of the Christian.
WARM UP: Name 3 important cities to Islam. Who stopped the Muslim advance into Europe? What was the name of the battle that stopped the Muslim advance?
The Middle Ages Other Names for Period Dark Ages Medieval Era.
Chapter 9 Final Exam Review The Catholic Church The Catholic Church was a unifying force in Europe In 380, Emperor Theodosius made Christianity the state.
Fall of the Roman Empire When the Roman Empire fell, it was split into two parts. The Eastern half was called the Byzantine Empire and the Western Roman.
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