Rise of Nation-States & the Crusades. IDENTIFICATIONS Capetians William the Conqueror Battle of Hastings (1066) Otto I Crusades. OUTLINE Spread of Christianity Rise of Nation States France England Germany Crusades. Spread of Christianity. France, 12th Century.By keelia
Review: Feudalism . 03.15.2012 23 L/R. Review: Feudalism 03.15.2012. 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?By temple
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Feudal Japan. The Creation. A mythical story is told about the beginnings of Japan. Long ago the islands of Japan did not even exist, only ocean. A god and goddess looked down from the heavens above and saw a long, colorful rainbow streaking over the ocean. The Creation.
SISTEMA FEUDAL. Economía Sociedad Política. EXPANSIÓN ECONÓMICA INNOVACIONES TÉCNICAS CRECIMIENTO DEMOGRÁFICO AGRICULTURA DE SUBSISTENCIA (POLICULTIVO) IMPORTANCIA CRECIENTE DE LA GANADERÍA. EL SEÑORÍO TERRITORIAL. corveas. EL SEÑORÍO JURISDICCIONAL. La explotación extraeconómica.
Feudal Society. What was feudal society like…. A) in the middle ages B) in Aztec society. Feudal Society. The three levels of Japanese society are: The emperor The nobility The samurai. Feudal Society.
Feudal Japan. Mr. Fenlon AP World History NHSS. Yamato Period (300-710). Sinification of Japan Confucianism Writing System (kanji) Zen Buddhism Chinese art & architecture Government System Taika Reforms (645). Prince Shotoku (573-621) supported adoption of Chinese culture and Buddhism.
Feudal Japan. By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY. Yamato Period: 300-710. Began promoting the adoption of Chinese culture: Confucianism. Language ( kanji characters). Buddhist sects. Chinese art & architecture. Government structure. “Great Kings” era.
Feudal System. The Manor System grows with more people & serfs swearing fealty (loyalty) for protection. The leaders of the manors or lords/noblemen gain power & land. Lords hire people to defend the manor/serfs, paying them in Fiefs or land for their loyalty & service.
Feudal Japan. Japan is an archipelago ( island group). Japan- “Land of the Rising Sun” . Japan- “Land of the Rising Sun” . Made up of clans that each worshipped their own gods or goddess Shinto develops – Religion that was based on the worship of nature spirits (kami) and ancestors.
Feudal System. 17.3 Chapter 17 Section 3. Vikings, Magyars, and Muslim invasions caused the feudal system . Frank kings could NOT defend the whole territory. Knights and Land. Knights- soldiers who fought on horseback Nobles gave fiefs (land) to knights in exchange for protection
Feudal Japan. By Ellis Mitchell. Introduction. Lasted from 12 th century to 19 th century Similar aspects to European feudalism Decentralized government Similar classes. Kamakura Period (1185-1333). 1185: Minamoto family defeats Taira clan in Gempei war
2. Feudal Society. Under the feudal system, everyone had a well-defined place in society. Feudalism. Feudalism was a loosely organized system of rule in which powerful local lords divided their landholdings among lesser lords.