Medieval Europe. World History. Aftermath of the Roman Empire. Germanic successor states: Spain: Visigoths (West Goths) Italy: Ostrogoths , then Lombards Gaul: Celtic Franks Britain: Angles, Saxons
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Charlemagne’s grandsons split it into 3 parts
from North: Vikings
from East: Maygars
from South: Muslims
leads to localized rule – feudal system
Song of Roland c. 1100 (beg. of Crusades)– all about chivalry, loosely based on Charles Martel (Charlemagne’s grandpa) Battle of Tours in 732 CE , “good” Christians vs. “bad” Muslims