Presentation on theme: "Early Kingdoms of Medieval Europe Unit 5 32a, 32b, World History Atlas Pages 57&58."— Presentation transcript:
Early Kingdoms of Medieval Europe Unit 5 32a, 32b, World History Atlas Pages 57&58
1. Time & Change Vikings’ first raid strikes Portland, England Magna Carta gives rights to free men in England 789 Normans take control of England 1215 Hundred Years’ War Is Fought
2. Gathering the Facts A. The Middle Ages was a time of great learning and culture for Europeans. ________ B. The Middle Ages is also called the medieval era. ___________ C. Barbarian kings, wanting to be more civilized, became Roman Catholics. __________ D. Many Barbarian tribes established kingdoms in Eastern Europe. __________ F T T F
3. History Through Maps A. Which Tribe established the 1 st Barbarian Kingdom? ____________________ B. Who brought Christianity to Ireland? ________________________ C. When did Roman Catholicism spread throughout the barbarian kingdoms? __________________ D. Which Barbarian tribe established a kingdom in Africa? ______________________ E. In which direction did the Slavs migrate? _________________________ Which tribe did the Byzantines defeat? ________________ Who conquered the Ostrogoths? __________________ Visigoths St. Patrick Vandals West & South Vandals Lombards
4. People and Cultures A. Slave B. Vandalism C. Frank D. Barbarian Slavs, a tribe that lost many people to slavery Vandals, a tribe that looted Rome Franks, who thought violence was more direct than laws or diplomacy An Imitation of how Barbarians talked
5. People and their Environment A. Who became the sole ruler of the Frankish Empire?_____________________ B. Which 4 regions did Charlemagne conquer between 771 and 814? __________________________________________ C. Which regions did Charlemagne conquer but not rule? __________________________________________ D. Where was Charlemagne crowned Emperor of the West? _______________ E. How long did the Frankish empire last? _______________ F. When did the Empire break up? __________ Charlemagne Lombardy, Saxony, Spanish March, & Papal States Brittany, Croatia, Moravia, and Bohemia Rome 72 Years 843
6. Thinking About History A. What is the pope leader of? The Roman Catholic Church B. Why was the pope’s crowning of Charlemagne significant? Answer may include: The pope was a very powerful figure in Western Europe, the pope gave Charlemagne great authority.