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Review: Feudalism. 03.15.2012 23 L/R. Review: Feudalism03.15.2012. DO NOW: Charlemagne’s empire included most of Central and western Europe Southern and eastern E urope Scandinavia The Eurasian landmass Who were the boldest and most successful invaders during the early Middle Ages?

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Review feudalism

Review: Feudalism

03.15.2012

23 L/R


Review feudalism 03 15 2012

Review: Feudalism03.15.2012

DO NOW:

  • Charlemagne’s empire included most of

    • Central and western Europe

    • Southern and eastern Europe

    • Scandinavia

    • The Eurasian landmass

  • Who were the boldest and most successful invaders during the early Middle Ages?

    • The Magyars

    • The Arabs

    • The Vikings

    • The Franks

  • Which of the following men had a lasting effect on the rules of monastic life?

    • St. Boniface

    • St. Patrick

    • Pope Gregory I

    • Benedict of Nursia

  • Under feudalism, a lord granted land to a

    • Feif

    • Vassal

    • Knight

    • serf


Review feudalism

  • 7.6.1 Students study the geography of the Europe and the Eurasian land mass, including its location, topography, waterways, vegetation, and climate and their relationship to ways of life in Medieval Europe.

    • Europe is a peninsula of peninsula’s

    • The Franks take over after the fall of the Roman Empire – France and Germany

    • Mountain ranges (Alps, Pyrenees)

    • Rhine and Danube are the longest rivers

    • Charles Martel, Pepin the Short, Charlemagne

    • Carolingian Dynasty

    • Charlemagne wants Christian Empire

      • Knows languages, very smart, loves learning

    • No structured/central government

    • Pope and Catholic Church support his rule


Review feudalism

  • 7.6.2 Students describe the spread of Christianity north of the Alps and the roles played by the early church and by monasteries in its diffusion after the fall of the western half of the Roman Empire.

    • deeply religious men choose to live lives of study/prayer in religious orders

    • Benedict of Nursia sees greed/corruption, founds a monastery

    • monks takes vows of prayer, chastity, poverty

    • Rules of St. Benedict sets the rules for monks

    • women become nuns, live in a convent

    • St. Patrick converts the Irish to Christianity

    • St. Boniface converts Germany and the Netherlands

    • Heaven/hell, monotheistic, observe the sacraments (baptism, communion)

    • Church is the sole source of truth and authority


Review feudalism

  • 7.6.3 Students understand the development of feudalism, its role in the medieval European economy, the way in which it was influenced by physical geography (the role of the manor and the growth of towns), and how feudal relationships provided the foundation of political order.

    • Vikings begin to raid and invade Northern Europe

    • feudalism exchanges land for loyalty – lord gives fief (land) to vassals

    • vassals supply knights to protect the land

    • serfs are tied to the land, cannot leave, can buy their freedom

    • squires come from noble families, assist knights

    • knights follow the code of chivalry, Christianity

    • European and Japanese feudalism

    • manor is the self-sufficient estate of the medieval lord

    • Lady of the manor runs the household and the castle; boss if lord is away

    • Lord – settles crimes, collects taxes, judges arguments


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