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The Middle Ages. The years between the fall of Rome and A.D. 1500 are now called the Middle Ages. The Middle Ages. The Roman Empire came to an end in A.D. 476. The years between 476 and 1500 are known as the Middle Ages .

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The Middle Ages.
  • The Roman Empire came to an end in A.D. 476.
  • The years between 476 and 1500 are known as the Middle Ages.
  • A system of government called feudalism arose during the Middle Ages.
  • The Crusades that occurred between 1096-1291 changed Europe in many important ways and influenced the growth of towns and trade between Europe and the East.

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The nobles were called vassals of the king. The vassals who fought for their king or for other nobles were called knights.

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Most people in the early Middle ages lived on a manor. This manor is very grand because it includes a castle.

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Clergy were Religious men and women (called monks and nuns) who lived in small communities with other clergy.

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The Christians went on several journeys to try to capture Jerusalem. These journeys were called the Crusades.

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