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Chapter 27 Section1 France. By Elizabeth G., Jessie G., Carla A., Hailey A., Patrick M., Kevin M., Cameron P. Government. Notable Kings: Hugh Capet, Louis VI(Louis the Fat), Philip Augustus, Louis IX, and Philip IV Hugh Capet: Chosen as a French noble, established Capetian monarchy

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Chapter 27 section1 france

Chapter 27Section1 France

By Elizabeth G., Jessie G., Carla A.,

Hailey A., Patrick M., Kevin M., Cameron P.


Government

Government

  • Notable Kings: Hugh Capet, Louis VI(Louis the Fat), Philip Augustus, Louis IX, and Philip IV

  • Hugh Capet: Chosen as a French noble, established Capetian monarchy

  • Louis VI: He placed loyal people of lower birth in disloyal’s place, and strengthened monarchy.

  • Philip Augustus: Increased the size of kingdom and made Paris center of government. He fought in the Crusades.

  • Louis IX: He brought peace to France, and united the people. He set up a royal court for disputesin order to stop the nobles who fought.

  • Philip IV: He gained back English invaded territory, and taxed the kingdom. He even taxed the clergy, and set up the Estates-General. Philip gave France a national government.

  • Social Class:

    • King and Noble

    • Merchant and Clergyman

    • Peasant


Politics

Politics

  • Philip formed the Estates-General, which was an assembly of nobles, clergy and townspeople.

  • The Estates-General helped him to run the country and taxed the clergy and made sure that the taxes that were collected were collected regularly.

  • This marked the beginning of national government in France.

  • When Philip 4 died, France was untied under one ruler with the Estates-General.


Religion

Religion

  • King Louis IX, who was known for his honesty and just dealings, of France was made a saint of the Roman Catholic Church after his death.

  • French were Roman Catholic

Louis expressed his support of the church in this painting that he painted of the king feeding the Pope.


Economy and trade

Economy and Trade

  • Most nobles made their own money

  • Louis IX made it illegal to use coins made anywhere else but the royal mint

  • Trade led to changes in western Europe

  • Some changes were political


Technology and warfare

Technology And Warfare

  • Phillip II won back French land from England

  • Phillip II had royal agents to watch nobles to make sure they didn’t gain too much power

  • Phillip IV seized English fortresses in France

  • Went to war with Flemish because they didn’t let France control their cloth trade


Chapter 27 section1 france

Organizer of Hugh Capet’s Monarchy (987-996AD)

Hugh Capet

Though he was king of France, Capet’s boundaries to rule were very minimal, due to feudalism.


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Organizer of Louis VI’s Monarchy (1108-1137AD)

Louis VI

Another of

Louis VI’s

accomplish

-ments was

replacing

disloyal

nobles with

lower birth

men who are

loyal. Which is almost

identical to Justinian’s legacy of hiring people based on their ability; not social class.

Charter- an official document stating permission from a king for people to govern their own affairs.


Chapter 27 section1 france

Organizer of Philip II’s Monarchy (1179-1223AD)

Philip II

Isabella of Hainault- Philip’s first wife whom he married for land.


Chapter 27 section1 france

Organizer of Louis IX’s Monarchy (1226-1270AD)

Louis IX

The French Royal coin that Louis IX required everyone to use.


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Organizer of Philip IV’s Monarchy (1285-1314AD)

Philip IV

Estates-General- an assembly of nobles, clergy, and townspeople.

A typical Estates-General meeting


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