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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 Middle Ages

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The years between the fall of rome and a d 1500 are now called the middle ages

The years between the fall of Rome and A.D. 1500 are now called 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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Charlemagne was one of the greatest kings of the middle ages

Charlemagne was one of the greatest kings of the Middle ages.

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The feudalism was a kind of government it was also a way of life

The feudalism was a kind of government. It was also a way of life.

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The nobles promised to help fight the king s enemies

The nobles promised to help fight the king’s enemies.

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The kings gave land to the nobles under him

The kings gave land to the nobles under him.

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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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A serf was someone who farmed the land serfs had to pay rent and taxes to the nobles

A serf was someone who farmed the land. Serfs had to pay rent and taxes to the nobles.

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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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Castle map

Castle map

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A small church was an important part of each manor

A small church was an important part of each manor.

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The church saved education from completely disappearing after the fall of rome

The church saved education from completely disappearing after the fall of Rome.

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Christian priests learned to read and write all books were handwritten

Christian priests learned to read and write. All books were handwritten.

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The church helped keep the knowledge of greece and rome from being forgotten

The church helped keep the knowledge of Greece and Rome from being forgotten.

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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 notre dame cathedral a medieval masterpiece

The Notre Dame Cathedral: A medieval masterpiece

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The followers of islam are known as muslims

The followers of Islam are known as Muslims.

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Around a d 1000 muslims in jerusalem no longer welcomed christians visitors

Around A.D. 1000, Muslims in Jerusalem no longer welcomed Christians visitors..

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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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Christians made a long difficult journey to visit jerusalem

Christians made a long, difficult journey to visit Jerusalem.

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Crusaders who returned brought treasures home with them

Crusaders who returned brought treasures home with them.

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