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Ch 18 The Later Middle Ages. Popes and Kings In the early middle ages most power was held by nobles and knights In the early middle ages most power was.

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1 Ch 18 The Later Middle Ages

2 Popes and Kings In the early middle ages most power was held by nobles and knights In the early middle ages most power was held by nobles and knights As time passed that power moved to be the Kings and Popes As time passed that power moved to be the Kings and Popes Nearly everyone in Europe during the later middle ages belonged to the church, they viewed the pope as Gods representative on earth. Nearly everyone in Europe during the later middle ages belonged to the church, they viewed the pope as Gods representative on earth. The pope held great spiritual power, but also political power. The pope held great spiritual power, but also political power. After the Roman Empire collapsed, After the Roman Empire collapsed, people looked to the pope as their leader. people looked to the pope as their leader. As a result, popes began to live as royalty. As a result, popes began to live as royalty.

3 The Power of the Kings Europe was broken into many small kingdoms. Europe was broken into many small kingdoms. The most powerful were the countries of England France and the Holy Roman Empire The most powerful were the countries of England France and the Holy Roman Empire Kings also believed they were given the power to lead by God. Kings also believed they were given the power to lead by God. This discrepancy of who had the power from whom, lead to many disagreements by both sides This discrepancy of who had the power from whom, lead to many disagreements by both sides

4 The Holy Roman Empire This empire grew out of what had been Charlemagnes empire acquired with the popes approval. This empire grew out of what had been Charlemagnes empire acquired with the popes approval. In the mid – 900s another emperor stepped in and because this was approved by the pope the people saw it as a rebirth of the Roman Empire. In the mid – 900s another emperor stepped in and because this was approved by the pope the people saw it as a rebirth of the Roman Empire. That is why they named it the Holy Roman Empire That is why they named it the Holy Roman Empire Since Holy Roman emperors didnt inherit their crowns, they were elected, these lead to fights between nobles and the emperor Since Holy Roman emperors didnt inherit their crowns, they were elected, these lead to fights between nobles and the emperor Sometimes they had to call on the pope for help. Sometimes they had to call on the pope for help.

5 Popes Fight for Power Western Europe considered the Pope the leader but Eastern Europeans did not. Western Europe considered the Pope the leader but Eastern Europeans did not. In the east, bishops had long been in charge, in the mid 1000s, a series of clever popes wanted to increase their authority. In the east, bishops had long been in charge, in the mid 1000s, a series of clever popes wanted to increase their authority. They believed all religious officials should answer to the pope. They believed all religious officials should answer to the pope. Pope Leo IX argued that the first pope had been the leader of the entire Christian church, therefore, later popes should be as well. Pope Leo IX argued that the first pope had been the leader of the entire Christian church, therefore, later popes should be as well. Many eastern bishops disagreed, most notably, the bishop of Constantinople, who wouldnt recognize his authority. Many eastern bishops disagreed, most notably, the bishop of Constantinople, who wouldnt recognize his authority. In 1054 Leo excommunicated that bishop In 1054 Leo excommunicated that bishop This act created a permanent split. This act created a permanent split. Those who agreed with the bishop became known as Orthodox Catholics Those who agreed with the bishop became known as Orthodox Catholics Those who agreed with the pope became known as Roman Catholics Those who agreed with the pope became known as Roman Catholics

6 Kings and Popes Clash As the popes tried to increase their power they began to come into conflict with the kings As the popes tried to increase their power they began to come into conflict with the kings Kings felt that they had the right to select bishops for their region and popes disagreed Kings felt that they had the right to select bishops for their region and popes disagreed Refer to page 527 in your text Refer to page 527 in your textpage 527 page 527 Student with the most blue on read, where it begins…In 1073 Student with the most blue on read, where it begins…In 1073

7 Venn Diagram Comparing Popes and Kings


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