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Transforming The Roman World. 476. Fall if the Roman Empire Visigoths, Ostrogoths , Franks, Anglo- Saxons, etc…. Frankish Kingdom. Established by Clovis Around the year 500. Clovis later converted to Christianity . Charles Martel- Battle of tours 732 . Charlemagne.

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476
  • Fall if the Roman Empire
  • Visigoths, Ostrogoths, Franks, Anglo- Saxons, etc…
frankish kingdom
Frankish Kingdom
  • Established by Clovis Around the year 500. Clovis later converted to Christianity.
charlemagne
Charlemagne
  • ( Charles the Great)ruled from 768-814
  • The Carolingian Empire covered most of western and central Europe
  • 800-Charlemagne was crowned “Roman Emperor” by the pope
treaty of verdun
Treaty of Verdun

843- The Treaty of Verdun divided the empire into three kingdoms

the church
The Church
  • Parish- local communities led by a priest
  • Diocese or Bishopric- a group of parishes led by a bishop
  • The bishop of Rome became the leader of the church (pope)
pope gregory i
Pope Gregory I
  • Pope Gregory I (590-604) established the Papal States and strengthened the Papacy.
monasticism
Monasticism
  • The practice of living the life of a monk (man dedicated entirely to god.)
saint benedict 6 th century
Saint Benedict(6th century)
  • The Benedictine rule emphasized prayer and manual labor.
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Nuns

Women known as nuns lived in convents.

invasions and attacks
Invasions and Attacks

Western Europe was invaded by Muslims, Magyars, and Vikings.

muslims
Muslims

Muslims attacked the Southern coasts of Europe.

the magyars from asia
The Magyars(from Asia)

Settled in Hungary.

vikings
Vikings
  • Norsemen (Northmen) were warriors and traders, they sacked and destroyed villages, towns, and churches. Later they converted to Christianity.
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Transforming The Roman World

  • 476 fall of the Roman Empire
  • Visigoths, Ostrogoths, Franks, Anglo-Saxons, etc…
  • Frankish Kingdom- established by Clovis around the year 500. Clovis later converted to Christianity.
  • Charlemagne (Charles the Great) ruled from 768-814
  • The Carolingian Empire covered most of western and central Europe
  • 800-Charlemagne was crowned “Roman Emperor” by the pope
  • 843-Treaty of Verdun divided the empire into 3 kingdoms

The Church

  • Parish- local communities led by a priest
  • Diocese or Bishopric- a group of parishes led by a bishop
  • The bishop of Rome became the leader of the church (pope)
  • Pope Gregory I (590-604) established the papal states and strengthened the papacy
  • Monasticism-the practice of living the life of a monk(man dedicated entirely to god)
  • Saint Benedict-(6th century) The Benedictine rule emphasized prayer and manual labor.
  • Women known as Nuns lived in convents.

Invasions and attacks- Muslims attacked the southern coasts of Europe

The Magyars (from Asia) moved into Hungary.

Vikings-Norsemen (Northmen) were warriors and traders, they sacked and destroyed villages, towns, and churches.

Later they converted to Christianity.

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