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Chapter 1, Section 4 – August 29
The Fall of the Roman Empire After A.D. 200, Roman influence and power declined because of Germanic tribes from the north and poor leadership.
The Fall of the Roman Empire Fall of the Roman Empire, A.D. 476
The Fall of the Roman Empire This began the Middle Ages or “Dark Ages” in Europe. Cities shrank and populations declined.
Charlemagne King of the Germanic Franks. Crowned as “Roman emperor” in A.D. 800. United areas of Western Europe with the Roman legacy and the Christian Church.
Background of English Government 1066-1215: Feudal Government Royalty (elected by God) Nobility (mostly rich landowners) Commoners (everyone else) Power shared between royalty and nobility
The Magna Carta “Great charter” Strengthened the idea that a king’s power was limited, not absolute. Signed by English King John in 1215. Led to trial by jury
Chapter 4, Section 2 Medieval Europe.
World History Chapter 13A
Middle Ages SOL Review #8
Reasons for European Exploration Cornell Notes 2.
Chapter 6: Medieval Europe
Early Middle Ages About 500 CE-1000 CE Also called:
Transforming the Roman World (The Dark Ages)
E. Napp Charlemagne and the Franks In this lesson, students will be able to identify effects of the fall of Rome as well as the rise of Charlemagne and.
The Middle Ages in Europe. Where are we? The Eastern half of the Empire becomes the Byzantine Empire (capital city of Constantinople) The Western Half.
500 AD1000 AD The Rise of Christendom in Western Eurasia Malarkey, Morikubo, Rinearson, Smith.
Knights in armor, the Crusades, castles and great cathedrals, the Black Death, the Magna Carta—all of these are part of the historical period called the.
The Later Middle Ages Turn to page 538 in SS Textbook.
The Middle Ages in Europe (Medieval Europe). The Dark Ages 500 A.D. – 800 A.D. Germanic barbarians destroyed Rome and the Roman way of life which led.
Progress During the Middle Ages. The Dark Ages Fall of the Roman Empire caused Western Europe to go through a cultural & economic decline Characteristics:
- William the Conqueror took the throne of England in 1066, he helped unify England and strengthen the monarchy. - He made a system of tax collecting.
The Late Middle Ages. Popes Kings Head of Holy Roman Church (everyone in Medieval Europe belonged to this church) Held great spiritual power Seen as God’s.
Let s Rol l Middle Ages. Charles Martel Who forced the Muslims out of France in the Battle of Tours.
The Middle Ages Feudalism, Castles, Knights, & Promises.
The Middle Ages. Feudalism and the Manor System: Chapter 14 Section 1 The Middle Ages are the years between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Renaissance.
Aim: How did Charlemagne’s rule impact Western Europe?
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