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The First Feudal Age (300-1000 AD)

The First Feudal Age (300-1000 AD)

The First Feudal Age (300-1000 AD). -Key Concepts-. I. Successors to Rome: “Shadows of the Empire”. A. Byzantine Empire. Greatest Emperor: Justinian (527-565 AD) Handed classical learning and science back to the west --Justinian’s Code of Laws (533) Rebuilding program in Constantinople

By albert
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Charlemagne Karl der Grosse (Charles the Great)

Charlemagne Karl der Grosse (Charles the Great)

Charlemagne Karl der Grosse (Charles the Great). King of Franks 1 st Holy Roman Emperor 742-814. He changed the course of history. By Beginning the Carolingian Renaissance By spreading Christianity By uniting almost all of Europe By protecting the Holy Roman Church

By Mercy
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Albrecht Durer

Albrecht Durer

Albrecht Durer. Albrecht Durer. 1471-1528.

By alda
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Middle Ages

Middle Ages

Middle Ages. Charlemagne. Capitals. Roman #’s. Church. Plague. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500. Q $500.

By gilon
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Luther Leads the Reformation

Luther Leads the Reformation

Chapter 1 sec 3. Luther Leads the Reformation . Chapter Objective Analyze the new ideas and values that led to the Renaissance and the Reformation. Sec.3 Luther Leads the Reformation Analyze causes and effects of the Protestant Reformation. Causes for the Reformation.

By wyman
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Charles the Great [Charlemagne]

Charles the Great [Charlemagne]

Charles the Great [Charlemagne]. Timeline Charlemagne. 2000 B.C. 1500 B.C. 1000 B.C. 500 B.C. B.C. A.D. 500 A.D. 1000 A.D. 1500 A.D. 2000 A.D. Charles the Great [Charlemagne]. Quick facts about Charlemagne He was born in 742. He was about 6’ 4” tall.

By hernando
(332 views)

World History Chapter 19

World History Chapter 19

Monarchs Build Strong Nation-States. World History Chapter 19. 12/9/2007. 1. Royal Power and Conflict. Major questions How did monarchs build strong nation-states? How did their efforts contribute to disputes and wars?. Peter the Great, Russia. 12/9/2007. 2. Royal Power and Conflict.

By jud
(179 views)

Bertrand Complements

Bertrand Complements

Bertrand Complements. Analysis. What are complements?. Two firms each choose a price. Total price was the sum of the two prices. Demand was set by the total price. What on earth fits this story? Computer and screen. Computer and operating system. Shoes and shoelaces.

By tawana
(155 views)

The Rise of

The Rise of

Rise of the COMMUNE in Italy, 1000-1300. The Rise of . Detail of “The Effects of Good Government,” a fresco by Ambrogio Lorenzetti (c. 1290-1348). In the Palazzo pubblico, Siena.

By adie
(171 views)

ABSOLUTE MONARCHS

ABSOLUTE MONARCHS

ABSOLUTE MONARCHS. CHAPTER 21. Who are absolute monarchs?. Kings or queens who held all power within their states’ boundaries They believed god created the monarchy and monarchs were God’s representative on earth (Divine Right). Phillip II. Son of Charles V – ruler of the Holy Roman Empire

By anemone
(275 views)

Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary. boasted. Bragged Ed boasted that he had the largest pumpkin in the county. crept. moved slowly Traffic crept when an accident blocked two lanes of the interstate. crown. a pretty head covering This is the crown of the Holy Roman Emperor. village.

By paige
(93 views)

Astronomicum Caesareum

Astronomicum Caesareum

Astronomicum Caesareum. The astronomy of the Emperors. Recreating the astronomy of the Renaissance. Produced by the Unilab Project at the California Institute of Technology with assistance from the Digital Media Center and the SURF Program. www.unilab.caltech.edu.

By dava
(89 views)

Haunted Monastery paper is due FRIDAY, MARCH 4.

Haunted Monastery paper is due FRIDAY, MARCH 4.

Haunted Monastery paper is due FRIDAY, MARCH 4. FROM FRIDAY: Obstacles to the adoption of Chinese Confucian cultural complex in Korea, Japan, Vietnam: Buddhism, aristocracy MEDIEVAL VIETNAM: Vietnamese expand into other parts of SE Asia, become dominant political/cultural force in region.

By marlow
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“ Age of Faith” 500-1500 AD

“ Age of Faith” 500-1500 AD

“ Age of Faith” 500-1500 AD. Monasteries in the Middle Ages. St . Benedict – “Benedictine Rule” of Poverty chastity obedience became a stable force in times of warfare. Monasteries in the Middle Ages. schools for the children of the upper class. inns, hospitals, refuge in times of war.

By pelham
(136 views)

Scholasticism

Scholasticism

Scholasticism. With all changes in Western Europe, there were several themes pertinent to our study. Islamic influence though very great in Iberia (Spain) was finally expelled by Ferdinand and Isabella ( Castille and Aragon)

By hayley
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DO NOW!

DO NOW!

DO NOW! . TURN TO A NEIGHBOR AND SHARE YOUR DESCRIPTION OF THE SIGNIFICANCE OF EACH ILLUSTRATED VOCABULARY TERM AFTER YOU HAVE SHARED, TAKE OUT A SHEET OF PAPER TO SET UP FOR CORNELL NOTES TITLE : DEVELOPMENT OF FEUDALISM STANDARD: 7.6.3.

By chanton
(165 views)

The Protestant Reformation

The Protestant Reformation

The Protestant Reformation. Chapter 11. Background. Began in Saxony, Germany People were second-guessing religion Must be viewed separately than the Renaissance However both were spurred by: The rise of middle class Humanism Biblical scholarship. Both movements had a different emphasis

By leal
(101 views)

The Dark Ages

The Dark Ages

The Dark Ages. Why Dark???. Barbarian invaders destroyed the Roman empire and its well-organized political, social and economic system Bandits and robbers roamed the countryside Cities became smaller

By kyrene
(101 views)

Course outline II

Course outline II

Course outline II. Product differentiation Advertising competition Compatibility competition. Heterogeneous goods. Compatibility competition. Compatibility vertical and horizontal, unilateral and reciprocal Network effects Competition with different degrees of compatibility

By maalik
(125 views)

All The Dates You Would Ever Care to Know

All The Dates You Would Ever Care to Know

All The Dates You Would Ever Care to Know . It starts…. 1434-1494 – rule of the Medici Family 1450 – Johannes Gutenberg, printing press 1451-1506- Christopher Columbus 1452 – 1519 – da Vinci 1453 – Ottomans capture Constantinople, end of 100 years war 1453-1471 War of the Roses

By dewayne
(108 views)

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