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1 Standard MWH 2.1 Evaluate the consequences of the changing boundaries of kingdoms in Europe, Asia, the Americas, and Africa

2 What do you know about the foundations of Christian society in W. Europe? How did trade effect Europe’s rise? How did religion effect Europe’s rise? How did disease effect Europe’s rise?

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4 24 August 410 Alaric sacked Rome 476 Odoacer took over 470’s Visigoths took Spain Clovis leads the Franks /watch?v=VpHMPzk6uI 4&safety_mode=true&pe rsist_safety_mode=1&saf e=active /watch?v=VpHMPzk6uI 4&safety_mode=true&pe rsist_safety_mode=1&saf e=active

5 Clovis – Merovingian dynasty Married to Clotilda Why was Clovis called the new Constantine by Gregory Arian/Latin controversy

6 Battle of Tours 732 Never a king, was a deputy of the last Frankish King Grandson was Charlemagne “Charles the Great”

7 ?v=XGkUNK8kmDw ?v=XGkUNK8kmDw Reigned 768 – 814 Traveling King 12/25/800 crowned Emperor by the Pope Consistent support of the Papacy through spreading Christianity, education, militarism Bloody Verdict of Verdun Why was Charlemagne so important? How did his diplomacy make his kingdom different from other Germanic kingdoms?

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9 Lindisfarne monastery

10 Based on your knowledge of Christian monasticism what would make monasteries good targets for Viking raids? Accumulated wealth Isolated location Non-militaristic culture Christian missionary promulgation

11 Proclaimed emperor in 962 Strong supporter of the Papacy Ruled over a Kingdom in Germany

12 Lord-retainer relationships Decentralized political order Serf-manor relationships Free and non-free serfs Manor life Manufacturing, farming, fighting

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14 Local markets/fairs Itinerant peddlers Christian missionaries trading with Muslims in Spain Maritime trade in the Baltic Sea w/Norse Merchant-Mariners du/garmentsinthecanter burytales/home du/garmentsinthecanter burytales/home

15 Based on your knowledge of European history, how do you explain the data in this population chart? Write a 1 paragraph analysis of the data and prepare to share with the class.

16 The Papacy What happened in 1054 between the Pope and the Patriarch of Constantinople? Pope Gregory I (Gregory the Great) Papal primacy Penance Missionaries to England

17 St. Benedict of Nursia Benedict’s rule : Read & analyze primary source documents St. Scholastica Monasticism’s contributions to Society Libraries, scriptoria Orphanages, inns, hospitals education


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