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Rise of England and France. II. France. French monarchy starts from further behind B. Advantages of the monarchy 1. Historical legitimacy 2. Guardians of the church a. leadership in the crusades 3. Struggle against English power C. Importance of cities

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    1. Rise of England and France

    2. II. France • French monarchy starts from further behind • B. Advantages of the monarchy • 1. Historical legitimacy • 2. Guardians of the church • a. leadership in the crusades • 3. Struggle against English power • C. Importance of cities • 1. Kings and cities are mutually supporting

    3. II. France D. Louis VI “the Fat” 1. Overcomes the power of the nobles around Paris 2. Help of Abbot Suger E. Philip II (r. 1180-1223) 1. Defeats King John 2. Greatly expands the royal domains 3. Builds Paris into a administrative and cultural center

    4. III. St Louis • Influence of Queen Blanche • B. Deeply pious. Vows to go on crusade • 1.Leads 7th crusade to Egypt • 2. Defeat and capture • 3. Guilt and regret • C. Builds St. Chapelle

    5. III. St Louis • Influence of Queen Blanche • B. Deeply pious. Vows to go on crusade • 1.Leads 7th crusade to Egypt • 2. Defeat and capture • 3. Guilt and regret • C. Builds St. Chapelle • D. Commits to establishing benevolent and effective governemn • 1. Standard of piety.

    6. III. St Louis • Influence of Queen Blanche • B. Deeply pious. Vows to go on crusade • 1.Leads 7th crusade to Egypt • 2. Defeat and capture • 3. Guilt and regret • C. Builds St. Chapelle • D. Commits to establishing benevolent and effective governemn • 1. Standard of piety. • 2. Oath for royal officers • 3. Places royal officers under direct supervision and control • . • E. A crusader to the end

    7. IV. Philip IV (1285-1314) • Solidifying control of money and church • 1. Efficient taxation • 2. Abolish the wealthy Templars • B. Confronts the Pope over taxing the church • 1. Briefly imprisons Pope Boniface III • C. Established Estates General to fortify royal power