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  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia Chapter 6: Section 3
  • 500 800 1200 1500 Slavs Settle in Eastern Europe Oleg Mongol Invasion 500 AD 882-912 1240 Ivan III 1462-1505 Ivan IV 1547- Hugh Capet Philip II Philip IV
  • A. The Slavic People settled in Eastern Europe (500 AD)
  • A. The Slavic People settled in Eastern Europe (500 AD)
  • B. Three Major Slavic Groups Eastern Western Southern Ukrainians Poles Croats Russians Czechs Serbs ---- Slovaks Bulgarians
  • C. Vikings move into Slavic Territory
    • Vikings took power from the Slavs
    • Slavs called the Viking rulers the Rus
  • D. Oleg (Viking Ruler), created a Viking city around the city of Rus (called the Kievan Rus)
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  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • E. Kievan Rus grew and attracted Byzantine missionaries.
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  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Kievan Rus grew and attracted Byzantine missionaries.
    • Mongol Invasion
  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Kievan Rus grew and attracted Byzantine missionaries.
    • Mongol Invasion
      • Conquered all except the city of Novgorod
  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Kievan Rus grew and attracted Byzantine missionaries.
    • Mongol Invasion
      • Conquered all except the city of Novgorod
      • Rulers of Novgorod paid tribute to Mongols
  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Kievan Rus grew and attracted Byzantine missionaries.
    • Mongol Invasion
      • Conquered all except the city of Novgorod
      • Rulers of Novgorod paid tribute to Mongols
      • Alexander Nevsky was given title of Grand Duke
  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Moscow
  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Moscow
      • A city located at the crossroads of important trade routes
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  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Moscow
      • A city located at the crossroads of important trade routes
      • Nevsky’s sons became rulers of Moscow
  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Moscow
      • A city located at the crossroads of important trade routes
      • Nevsky’s sons became rulers of Moscow
      • Center for Russian Orthodox church
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  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Ivan III (The Great)
      • Grand duke of Moscow
      • Known as the czar (Russian for Emperor)
  • III. Eastern Europe and Russia
    • Ivan III (The Great)
      • Grand duke of Moscow
      • Known as the czar (Russian for Emperor)
    • Ivan IV: Ended Mongol Rule and expanded territory of Kievan Rus.
  • Medieval Battle
  • On your desk…
    • 44 Europe labeled map
  • Building your Armies
    • You build your armies by answering questions correctly when I come to your group.
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  • Round One: Fill in the Blank
    • Example Question
    • The ________ were people from Scandinavia who raided villages in Europe.
  • Round One: Fill in the Blank
    • Example Question
    • The vikings were people from Scandinavia who raided villages in Europe.
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  • 1. Albania Al ban ia
  • Question #1
    • _______ is a code of conduct for knights.
  • Question #1
    • Chivalry is a code of conduct for knights.
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  • 2. Andorra And or ra
  • Question #2
    • _______ is a noble who served a lord of higher rank.
  • Question #2
    • Vassal are nobles who serve a lord of higher rank.
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  • 3. Austria Aust ria
  • Question #3
    • _________ was a peasant who lived on a manor and served the Lord.
  • Question #3
    • Serfs were peasants who lived on a manor and served the Lord.
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  • 4. Belarus Bel a rus
  • Question #4
    • An _________ learns a trade from a master craftsmen.
  • Question #4
    • An apprentice learns a trade from a master craftsmen.
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  • 5. Belgium Bel GI um
  • Question #5
    • _______ were warriors who fought on horseback.
  • Question #5
    • Knights were warriors who fought on horseback.
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  • 6. Bosnia and Herzegovina Bos nia and Her ze gov ina
  • Question #6
    • The rise of towns and guilds created a new ________ class in Medieval Europe.
  • Question #6
    • The rise of towns and guilds created a new middle class in Medieval Europe.
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  • 7. Bulgaria Bul ga ria
  • Question #7
    • When nobles went to war, who would stay behind and run the manor?
  • Question #7
    • When nobles went to war, who would stay behind and run the manor?
    • Wives/Daughters
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  • 8. Croatia Cro a tia
  • Question #8
    • This shift of power from kings to nobles led to a system of _________ , which was based on loyalty and duty among nobles.
  • Question #8
    • This shift of power from kings to nobles led to a system of feudalism , which was based on loyalty and duty among nobles.
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  • 9. Czech Republic C zech Re pub lic
  • Question #9
    • How could serfs gain their freedom?
  • Question #9
    • How could serfs gain their freedom?
    • By being in town for a year or by buying it .
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  • 10. Denmark Den mark
  • Question #10
    • _______ was a meeting of people from different parts of England who would advise the king.
  • Question #10
    • Parliament was a meeting of people from different parts of England who would advise the king.
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  • 11. Estonia Es ton ia
  • Question #11
    • ________ means “emperor” in Russian.
  • Question #11
    • Czar means “emperor” in Russian.
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  • 12. Finland Fin land
  • Question #12
    • _______ are people who have been ordained as priests.
  • Question #12
    • Clergy are people who have been ordained as priests.
  • Round Two: Short Answer
    • Example Question
    • Why was Clovis important during the middle ages?
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  • 12. France
  • Question #13
    • Explain the difference between the a trial jury and a grand jury. If a senator was being accused of wrongdoing, where would he go first?
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  • 14. Germany Germ any
  • Question #14
    • How did Henry II centralize the kingdom of England?
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  • 15. Greece
  • Question #15
    • What is habeas corpus and from what language does the term habeas corpus come from?
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  • 16. Hungary Hun gary
  • Question #16
    • Explain the importance of the magna carta? What document do we have in the United States that is similar to the magna carta?
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  • 17. Iceland Ice land
  • Question #17
    • Explain the term anti-Semitism and how it happened in one early French Kingdom.
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  • 18. Ireland Ire land
  • Question #18
    • What was contained in the Domesday book and why might it have been written?
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  • 19. Italy
  • Question #19
    • Who were the celts?
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  • 20. Latvia Lat via
  • Question #20
    • Why are the alps important in European geography?
  • Question #20
    • Why are the alps important in European geography?
    • Separates Italy from the rest of Europe
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  • 21. Liechtenstein Lie ch ten stein
  • Question #21
    • Explain the importance of Gregory the Great during the middle ages.
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  • 22. Lithuania Lit hu an ia
  • Question #22
    • What is a concordat? What was agreed to in the Concordat of Worms?
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  • 23. Luxembourg Lux em bour g
  • Question #23
    • What allowed trade to resume in Europe during the middle ages?
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  • 24. Macedonia Mac e don ia
  • Question #24
    • What country did the estates-general take place in? What three classes were represented there?
  • Part Three
    • Analytical questions.
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  • 25. Malta Mal ta
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