WHI-9. Europe during the Middle Ages 500 to 1000 AD (CE). Roman Catholic Church. Secular authority declined, so Church authority grew. The Church & Pope became super powerful : Pope anointed the Emperors Missionaries spread Christianity to Germanic tribes
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Europe during the Middle Ages 500 to 1000 AD (CE)
The decline of the Roman influence in Western Europe left people with little protection against invasion, so they entered into feudal agreements with land-holding lords/monarchs who promised them protection.
Serfs - an poor person who is bound to the land. They were forced to work in return for protection and the right to work on leased fields.
Late Medieval Period
Which of the following best completes this chart?
A. Monks preserved Greco-Arabic culture
B. Monks kept all of this new knowledge to
C. Laid the foundation for the rise of
universities in Europe
Which of the following invaders came from Central Asia and went to Hungary?