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Medieval europe

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  • 1. Medieval Europe The Germans
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  • 4. 151) What was Latin Christendom?
    • Combination of Germanic culture with Roman & German traditions & institutions
  • 5. 152) How was early German society structured?
    • War like
    • Loyalty to family & clan
    • In crisis tribes develop
    • Tribal chiefs organize warriors
    • Warriors promised food, drink & share of conquest
  • 6. 153) How did social structure change after settling in the old Roman Empire?
    • War chiefs become Kings
    • Kings gave conquered lands to warriors who become nobles
    • Freemen
    • Peasants
    • Slaves
  • 7. 154) How was Germanic law structured?
    • No German state
    • Tribes made their own laws
    • Families were left to settle their own disputes
  • 8. 155) What remnant of the Roman Empire made Roman influence on Germans possible?
    • Catholic Church survived after the fall of western Rome
    • The church assumed some of the responsibilities of the old empire
    • The church allowed the blending of German & Roman law & custom
  • 9. 156) How was the Catholic Church organized?
    • Diocese headed by Bishop
    • Provinces headed by an Archbishop
    • Pope considered head of the whole church