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 27Section1 France
By Elizabeth G., Jessie G., Carla A.,
Hailey A., Patrick M., Kevin M., Cameron P.
Louis expressed his support of the church in this painting that he painted of the king feeding the Pope.
Organizer of Hugh Capet’s Monarchy (987-996AD)
Though he was king of France, Capet’s boundaries to rule were very minimal, due to feudalism.
Organizer of Louis VI’s Monarchy (1108-1137AD)
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.
Organizer of Philip II’s Monarchy (1179-1223AD)
Isabella of Hainault- Philip’s first wife whom he married for land.
Organizer of Louis IX’s Monarchy (1226-1270AD)
The French Royal coin that Louis IX required everyone to use.
Organizer of Philip IV’s Monarchy (1285-1314AD)
Estates-General- an assembly of nobles, clergy, and townspeople.
A typical Estates-General meeting