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___________(500-1500 CE)ish. Ancient World Middle Ages Modern Time. Time between Ancient World and Modern Time Aka the “Medieval Period” Latin “Medium”= middle “Aevum” = age. Divided into 3 categories of time ~Early Middle Ages = 500-1000

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500 1500 ce ish
___________(500-1500 CE)ish

Ancient World Middle Ages Modern Time

  • Time between Ancient World and Modern Time
  • Aka the “Medieval Period”
    • Latin
      • “Medium”= middle
      • “Aevum” = age
  • Divided into 3 categories of time
    • ~Early Middle Ages = 500-1000
    • ~High Middle Ages = 1000-______
    • ~Late Middle Ages = 1300- _____
  • By 1500- Middle Ages very different then in 500
    • Knights and Castles outdated because of G_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
    • N_ _ _ _ _ _ _ discovered
    • Nations established and ruled by great kings
slide2
What led to the Middle Ages?
  • Collapse of R_________ Empire
    • Capital moved to _____________
    • Invasion of the H_______ (think Attila)
    • Invasions of Franks
      • Nomadic, Germanic f/ Northern Europe
    • Empire replaced by smaller kingdoms
      • Trade routes to Rome cut off
      • Small groups cluster and set up own culture (typically a mix of both Roman & Barbarian)

__________________________________

  • Takes over kingdom at 29(ish) yrs old; leader of the F___________
  • Could barely read and write, but great leader
  • 6 ft 4 in
  • United most of Western Europe
  • Pope crowns him
        • Implies Pope is more powerful?
        • Emperor has spiritual power given by Pope?
        • (leads to beginning of struggle between Church and State)
  • Accomplishments
    • W___________ (CAPITAL & lower case letters)
    • Spread C__________; kingdom (Later the Holy Roman Empire)
    • _____________ ________ (pay st. not family)
    • Divide kingdom into counties
      • Missi domenici
        • Eyes and ears of the king

Middle Ages up until this point are called the Dark Ages (barbarians officially settle)

slide3
Accomplishment
    • Writing (CAPITAL & lower case letters)
    • Spread Christianity; kingdom (Later the Holy Roman Empire)
    • Fairer laws (pay st. not family)
    • Divide kingdom into counties
      • Missi domenici
        • Eyes and ears of the king

Middle Ages up until this point are called the Dark Ages (barbarians officially settle)

hundred years war
1337-1453

Dispute over leaders, trade routes (Eng. Channel), and land

King Charles of France

(Edward III of Eng – Charles’ mother’s brother’s son or

Philip IV of Fr- Charles’ cousin)??

Hundred Years’ War
slide6

Yellow = France

Gray= England

Red= major battles

joan of arc
1412-1431

Heard voices at a young age went to King Charles VII

Led France to victory (led to Charles’ Victory)

Captured by English- tried for witchcraft and burned at the stake

King Charles did not help her

24 yrs after her execution – Joan found innocent

Joan of Arc
results
Results
  • New weapons (Eng won many battles b/c of longbow)
  • Castles outdated
  • Kings need large armies not knights
  • ***National Identity***
  • *** Boundaries of France and England***

Joan of Arc depicted at Battle of Orleans, France