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The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages

The Middle Ages Chapter 14 The Feudal System 100 Name 3 buildings you might find on a manor Answer: Manor House, mill, barn, peasants houses, bakery The Feudal System 200 What did a “vassal” have to do for a “Lord”? Answer: Give taxes (money, crops,animals), fight against other lords

By bernad
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Chapter 13: Middle Ages 432-1328 AD

Chapter 13: Middle Ages 432-1328 AD

Chapter 13: Middle Ages 432-1328 AD World History Mr. H France was led by several kings such as Clovis, Charles the Hammer, and Pepin the Short The most famous king was Charlemagne. The Franks Charlemagne wanted to build a “new Rome” in western Europe. His empire was divided into regions

By Gideon
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Early Modern Age: King Gains Power

Early Modern Age: King Gains Power

Early Modern Age: King Gains Power. A period of profound change in Europe starting around 1500 Economic Political Religious Social Intellectual. The Nature of Change. Most of the time change occurs slowly and gradually unbeknownst to the people living during those times

By Antony
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Our Political Beginnings

Our Political Beginnings

Our Political Beginnings. Magna Carta (1215). “The Great Charter” Signed by King John of England in 1215. Included fundamental rights: Trial by jury Due process of law Private Property Established the principle that the power of the monarchy was not absolute. Petition of Right (1628).

By Jimmy
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ROBIN HOOD PRESENTATION

ROBIN HOOD PRESENTATION

ROBIN HOOD PRESENTATION. ~~~~~CONTENTS~~~~~. THE SERIES OF PRESENTAIONS ARE BEING PRESENTED BY: PROFFESORS STEVE MONTES, CHASE KENNEMER, DEREK JACKSON AND ERIK VOLDEN. ROBIN HOOD. I. LIFE. ROBIN HOOD:. A SHORT LIFE'S SUMMARY QUICK INFO. ORAL PRESENTATION BY:PROFESSOR MONTES.

By Audrey
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THE TOWER OF LONDON

THE TOWER OF LONDON

THE TOWER OF LONDON.

By denver
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Documents that Led to the Ideology of the U.S. Government

Documents that Led to the Ideology of the U.S. Government

Documents that Led to the Ideology of the U.S. Government. Speed Review!. What is a social contract? What did John Locke believe people had the right to do if the social contract was broken? Who thought people were generally wicked? True or False: John Locke supported Authoritarianism.

By trixie
(219 views)

Unit One Lesson One

Unit One Lesson One

Unit One Lesson One. How did constitutional government develop in Great Britain?. Explain why American colonists had the same rights as English people. Learn that William the Conqueror invaded England and established the Feudal System.

By jayme
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King John and the Magna Carta

King John and the Magna Carta

King John and the Magna Carta. Magna Carta is Latin for. The Magna What???. …“Great Charter”. Why is the Magna Carta so Great???. 1) Signed in 1215, it was the first document that made the King accountable to the people in his kingdom. .

By nascha
(194 views)

The Roots of American Government

The Roots of American Government

The Roots of American Government. Team Yukon History. Judeo-Christian Tradition. America was founded by people who believed in various forms of Christianity Judaism teaches that even the most powerful ruler is subject to God’s law

By caitlyn
(415 views)

History of England

History of England

History of England. By Aurora Migani . Origin of Britain . The first population of England was... CELTS. In prehistory Britain wasn’t an island. It become an island about 50 century B.C.

By chalice
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Democracy Develops in England

Democracy Develops in England

Democracy Develops in England. Prologue Sec 3. I. Reforms in Medieval England. A. William (France) the Conqueror 1. Conquers Great Britain 1066. Battle of Hastings. 2. End of Feudalism 3. Political and economic structures of the Middle Ages 4. Development of Democracy.

By valerie
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Main page (home)

Main page (home)

Main page (home). Famous Dates and People - 100 Points. Question In what year was the Declaration of Independence signed?. Famous Dates and People - 200 Points. Question Who was commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution?. Famous Dates and People - 300 Points.

By ichabod
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Growth of Representative Government

Growth of Representative Government

Growth of Representative Government. Reasons for Growth of Representative Government. 1.) Colonists were familiar with the parliamentary system in England, and because they needed a lawmaking structure , they could resemble it in the colonies

By tal
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Canada’s legal system

Canada’s legal system

Canada’s legal system. Chapter 11 SS11. Laws. Laws influence almost everything we do in our daily lives. Laws regulate business conducts, trade, immigration, and government.

By hestia
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Learn how monarchs gained power over nobles and the Church. Describe how William the Conqueror and Henry II strengthene

Learn how monarchs gained power over nobles and the Church. Describe how William the Conqueror and Henry II strengthene

Objectives. Learn how monarchs gained power over nobles and the Church. Describe how William the Conqueror and Henry II strengthened English royal power. Analyze the traditions of government that developed under King John and later English monarchs. Explain how strong monarchs unified France.

By sana
(307 views)

 starter activity

 starter activity

 starter activity. Rich, but not greedy. Hard working. King Richard I. Inspiring. Good soldier. Healthy & strong. Brave. Good judge of character. Wise. Which of the qualities do you think were most important for a medieval king?. God-fearing. Firm but fair.

By galya
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Eleanor of Aquitaine

Eleanor of Aquitaine

Eleanor of Aquitaine. - Queen of both France (Louis VII) and England (Henry II) - Joined the second crusade dressed herself and her ladies in knights armour. - Gave birth to 10 children, 2 of which became Kings of England (Richard the Lion-Hearted/John)

By zody
(464 views)

V540 Constitutions School of Public and Environmental Affairs

V540 Constitutions School of Public and Environmental Affairs

V540 Constitutions School of Public and Environmental Affairs. What’s wrong with this scenario ?. Timeline for England. 43-410 Romans 410-1066 Saxons Death of Edward the Confessor\ Invasion of William the Conqueror 1066-1485 Feudal system prevails

By zona
(80 views)

The Growth of the European Kingdoms

The Growth of the European Kingdoms

The Growth of the European Kingdoms. Essential Questions. In what ways did centralized monarchies develop in Europe in the Middle Ages? What were the reasons for the Crusades and what did they accomplish?

By lavonn
(371 views)

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