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History of the Ancient and Medieval World Rebuilding The West, cont. Walsingham Academy Mrs. McArthur Room 111
Summary: 500-1000 A.D. The heirs to the Roman Empire included: The Byzantine Empire The Islamic Empire The Germanic Kingdoms A blending of cultures The role of The Christian Church The Vikings Feudalism and Manorialism: Response to Chaos
Feudalism and the Manor Economy Being Knighted on the Battlefield Why do you think a squire might be knighted on the battlefield rather than in the usual formal ceremony? Bulwark against Chaos
Feudalism Norman knight wearing chain mail Norman Church Romanesque Architecture and Obligations (Each image is a link.)
Assignment 1 1.Review Section 3, Take Auto-Test 2.Read slide #10 of last week’s class notes. Follow link and listen to chant. 3.Read slides #15/16 of last week’s class notes. Follow links. Read. Go to the Notes View and read. Choose a SCA Possibility, due by email 2/11: 10 points 1.A Benedictine Abbey: A Short Analytical Essay Instructions posted on SPA (last week’s class notes)
Assignments 2-3 1. Study Normandy: a Successful Mini-State Animated Bayeux Tapestry (original and “improved” versions ) Bayeux Tapestry Puzzle (In-Class Activity) 2. Read “What Happened After Hastings” (SPA)
Bayeux Tapestry Project Your task is to recreate the story of the Norman Conquest of England in 1066 by Duke William. Your primary source is a tapestry. You may work with a partner or individually*. 1.You need: A packet of 12 pictures and 12 captions An Internet link to the Reading Museum, whose exhibit tells the full story. A piece of construction paper, scissors, glue stick. 2.Cut out the picture frames and captions and using the museum’s resources paste these elements to tell the story of this historical event. 3.Pass in your correct (abridged) version while meeting the specified deadline – Monday, beginning of class, 2/11. *For individual work or if you make a mistake with materials provided, you can download your own from the Reading Museum’s website
Assignments 4-5 1.Read text, pages 231-236 2.Complete Note Taking Guide outline. Complete Bayeux Tapestry Project: Due Monday, February 11.
Rebuilding Overview Feudalism and Manorialism –Normandy: the feudal mini-state The Church Revival of Trade and Growth of Towns Cleric, Knight and Peasant
Quest Overview (for Tuesday 2/14) Based on Videos, Class Notes, Text, Chapter 7 8 Matching: key terms, people, & places 8 Multiple Choice 1 short answer question 1 reading with 3 questions. Long-Range Planning: Due Monday, 2/25 You must have READ Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! (ISBN: 978-0-7636-1578-9) Available in multiple formats, both new and used. Here is a link to Amazon.