Presentation on theme: "Early Kingdoms of Medieval Europe"— Presentation transcript:
1 Early Kingdoms of Medieval Europe Unit 5 32a, 32b,World History AtlasPages 57&58
2 1. Time & Change1066Vikings’ first raid strikes Portland, EnglandMagna Carta gives rights to free men in England1215789Normanstake controlof EnglandHundredYears’ WarIs Fought
3 2. Gathering the Facts F T T F 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. __________FTTF
4 3. History Through Maps Visigoths St. Patrick 461-644 Vandals A. Which Tribe established the 1st 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? __________________VisigothsSt. PatrickVandalsWest & SouthVandalsLombards
5 4. People and Cultures A. Slave B. Vandalism Slavs, a tribe that lost C. FrankD. BarbarianSlavs, a tribe that lostmany people to slaveryVandals, a tribe that lootedRomeFranks, who thought violence wasmore direct than laws or diplomacyAn Imitation of howBarbarians talked
6 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? __________CharlemagneLombardy, Saxony, Spanish March, & Papal StatesBrittany, Croatia, Moravia, and BohemiaRome72 Years843
7 6. Thinking About History A. What is the pope leader of?The Roman Catholic ChurchB. 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.