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FRANKISH KINGDOMS (FRANCIA). By: Mady Basich and Emmalee Berger. BASIC INFO. Late 5 th century to the 10 th century A.D. The Western Germanic people Unknown Origins Byzantine Empire. BEGINNING. Gaul under Byzantine control East of Gaul was vast unconquered land Germania

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Frankish kingdoms francia

FRANKISH KINGDOMS (FRANCIA)

By: Mady Basich and Emmalee Berger


Basic info
BASIC INFO.

  • Late 5th century to the 10th century A.D.

  • The Western Germanic people

  • Unknown Origins

  • Byzantine Empire


Beginning
BEGINNING

  • Gaul under Byzantine control

  • East of Gaul was vast unconquered land Germania

  • Great Migration (400 A.D.)

    • Germanians move into Gaul in masses

    • Franks, Alamans, Angles and Saxons, Burgundians, Lombards, and Visagoths


The Great Migration

Britons and English Celts

Alamans

Visagoths

Angle and Saxon

Franks

Burgundians

Lombards


Rise of the empire
RISE OF THE EMPIRE

  • Byzantines

    • churches

  • Merovingian Dynasty

    • Clovis (481-511)

      • Alps to the Pyrenees

      • Roman Catholicism

      • Aristocracy

      • Counts vs. Bishops

    • After Clovis

      • Weak Rulers

      • 6th and 7th Ceturies

      • Austrasia, Nuestria, Burgundy

      • Pepin I and Arnulf were the most powerful men in Francia

      • Pepin II

      • Strengthens Connection

      • Charles Martel


    Charloginian dynasty
    CHARLOGINIAN DYNASTY

    • Charles Martel

      • Illegitimate son of Pepin II

      • Born 688 A.D.

      • Wanted power

      • Seized power in Nuestria

      • United Nuestria, Austrasia and Burgundy while conquering Aquitaine

      • Nicknamed the Hammer

      • Sons Pippin III and Carloman


    Rise of islam
    RISE OF ISLAM

    • Islam had taken Spain

    • Invaders from Spain

    • The Battle of Tours

    • Charles “the hammer” was called to aid Odo

    • Defeated Abd al-Rahmad


    Carolingian dynasty
    CAROLINGIAN DYNASTY

    Carlomon

    Charlemagne

    • Son of Pepin III

    • Brothers

    • Chicken when fighting Aquitaine

    • Dies 771 A.D. at 20

    • Son of Pepin III

    • Fought against Aquitaine uprise

    • Married Desiderata to make peace with Lombards

    • Bedrada

    • Took control over all of Francia after his brother died


    Charlemagne
    Charlemagne

    • Charles the Great became the overall ruler

    • He wanted more power like his ancestors

    • Saxony Siege (772)

    • Paderborn-chopped down the tree of life, and looted

    • Lombard Siege(773-774)

    • Pavia, made them into ally but left them independent


    Charlemagne cnt
    Charlemagne Cnt.

    • Saxony Again and Bavaria

    • 775 returned and demanded conversion and alligience

    • Lots of fighting for many years, ended 788

    • Most difficult and powerful

    • Moors

    • Muslims that had conquered Spain

    • They wanted help defeating the Basques in their country

    • The Franks helped but were defeated, although they did add the Basque to their Empire


    Charlemagne cnt 2
    Charlemagne Cnt. 2

    • 794, against the Avars, Pepin and Charlemagne fought together

    • Then return to Saxony they forced conversion to all and a pledge of alligiance

    • Back Home

    • He had blended Roman and Germanic culture

    • He created schools, laws, government strength, stronger commerce, and literature, art, and architecture.


    Fall of the franks
    FALL OF THE FRANKS

    • His sons Charles, Louis, and Pepin –Heirs

    • 810 Pepin, king of Italy, died

    • 811 Charles, king of Saxony, died

    • Lois lived to inherit All land and Emperor

    • 814 Charlemagne dies at 72

    • Louis begins the fall by being weak in a time of peace

    • His sons Charles, Lothair, and Louis

    • They fought for control over territory

    • The Treaty of Verdun (843) divided the empire into three parts among the sons


    Works cited
    WORKS CITED

    "Battle of Tours." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2011. Web. 22 Nov. 2011.

    "Charlemagne and the Carolingian Renaissance (Overview)." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC- CLIO, 2011. Web. 21 Nov. 2011.

    "Charles Martel." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2011. Web. 21 Nov. 2011.

    "Charles Martel at the Battle of Tours." Image. Archivo Iconografico, S.A./Corbis. World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2011. Web. 21 Nov. 2011.

    "Franks." World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras. ABC-CLIO, 2011. Web. 21 Nov. 2011

    Biel, Timothy L. Charlemagne. San Diego, CA: Lucent, 1997. Print.

    Bhote, Tehmina. Charlemagne: the Life and times of an Early Medieval Emperor. New York: Rosen Pub. Group, 2005. Print.

    Barbero, Alessandro, and Allan Cameron. Charlemagne: Father of a Continent. London: Folio Society, 2006. Print.

    Joinville, Jean, Geoffroi De Villehardouin, and Caroline Smith. Chronicles of the Crusades. London: Penguin, 2008. Print.


    Works cited1
    WORKS CITED

    Barbero, Alessandro, and Allan Cameron. Charlemagne: Father of a Continent. London: Folio Society, 2006. Print.

    Joinville, Jean, Geoffroi De Villehardouin, and Caroline Smith. Chronicles of the Crusades. London: Penguin, 2008. Print.

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    WORKS CITED

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