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Chapter 13: Middle Ages 432-1328 AD World History Mr. H France was led by several kings such as Clovis, Charles the Hammer, and Pepin the Short The most famous king was Charlemagne. The Franks Charlemagne wanted to build a “new Rome” in western Europe. His empire was divided into regions

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Chapter 13 middle ages 432 1328 ad l.jpg

Chapter 13: Middle Ages 432-1328 AD

World History

Mr. H


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France was led by several kings such as Clovis, Charles the Hammer, and Pepin the Short

The most famous king was Charlemagne.

The Franks


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Charlemagne wanted to build a “new Rome” in western Europe.

His empire was divided into regions

After his death, Louis the Pious, could not keep the empire together.

Charlemagne 768-814 AD


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Europe was constantly invaded by the Vikings and Magyars.

The Magyars were Hungarians who raided towns.

Vikings were a Germanic tribe from Scandinavia who pillaged and captured slaves.

Invasions


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Fief- a plot of land that is given to a vassal.

Primogeniture- the oldest son gets the land.

Medieval Feudalism


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A lord would own a manor and surrounding land.

Peasant families would live and work on the land.

Serfs could not leave the land without permission.

Manorial System


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King or Queen

Clergy or Nobles

Knights

Peasants or Serfs

Similar to Japanese Feudalism???

Feudal System


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Knights would be hired to protect mannors and regions.

Young pages would learn Knightly behavior, and Squires would be a personal assistant.

Knights lived through the code of Chivalry.

Good Knight


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The Pope and his Cardinals led the Church.

Heretics- “unbelievers”

Simony- Buying official church positions.

The Church


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England was separated into Shires ruled by sheriffs.

William the Conqueror (1066-1087) brought French feudalism to England

England


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In 1215, King John accepted the Magna Carta which outlined rights for ordinary people in England.

It became the supreme law in England

Magna Carta


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Attempts were made to unify both Italy and Germany, but they remained as separated states.

Italy and Germany


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