Connections: A World History
Second Edition
Chapter
Connections: A World History, Second Edition
Edward H. Judge • John W....
Emperor Constantine IEmperor Constantine I
The Christian WestThe Christian West
Germanic Societies and the Emergence ofGermanic Societies and the Emergence of
the Christian West, 100–1100the Christian W...
The Germanic PeoplesThe Germanic Peoples
The Germanic PeoplesThe Germanic Peoples
A. Germanic Society: Kinship and Combat
1. Nomadic lifestyle
2. Kinship ties
3. P...
FOUNDATION MAP 9.1 Germans, Celts, andFOUNDATION MAP 9.1 Germans, Celts, and
Romans, First Through Fourth Centuries C.E.Ro...
Germanic jewelry.Germanic jewelry.
The Germanic PeoplesThe Germanic Peoples
B. Germanic Migrations and Their Threat to
Rome
1. Migration, agriculture, and th...
The DeclineThe Decline
of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire
The DeclineThe Decline
of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire
A. The Divided Empire and Its Eastern
Orient...
The DeclineThe Decline
of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire
B. The Triumph and Transformation of
Christi...
The Arch of Constantine in Rome.The Arch of Constantine in Rome.
The DeclineThe Decline
of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire
C. Crisis and Chaos in the West
A. Eastern a...
MAP 9.2 Hunnic and Germanic Invasions, 370–500MAP 9.2 Hunnic and Germanic Invasions, 370–500
C.E.C.E.
The DeclineThe Decline
of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire
D. The Fall of Rome and end of the Western
R...
Early Medieval Europe:Early Medieval Europe:
Germanic and ChristianGermanic and Christian
ConnectionsConnections
Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic
and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections
A. The Eme...
MAP 9.3 Germans Divide the West into Kingdoms,MAP 9.3 Germans Divide the West into Kingdoms,
Fifth and Sixth Centuries C.E...
Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic
and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections
B. The Ear...
Abbey of Monte Cassino, on the site of SaintAbbey of Monte Cassino, on the site of Saint
Benedict’s first monastery.Benedi...
Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic
and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections
C. The Fra...
Charlemagne’s chapel at Aachen.Charlemagne’s chapel at Aachen.
MAP 9.4 Charlemagne’s Empire Reunites the West,MAP 9.4 Charlemagne’s Empire Reunites the West,
768–814 C.E.768–814 C.E.
Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic
and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections
D. Vikings...
MAP 9.5 Charlemagne’s Grandsons Divide HisMAP 9.5 Charlemagne’s Grandsons Divide His
Empire, 843 C.E.Empire, 843 C.E.
Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic
and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections
E. Europe’...
Viking ship.Viking ship.
MAP 9.6 Viking, Muslim, and Magyar Invasions,MAP 9.6 Viking, Muslim, and Magyar Invasions,
Ninth and Tenth Centuries C.E.N...
Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic
and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections
F. Economy...
Medieval peasant women helping with the harvestMedieval peasant women helping with the harvest
and grinding grain into flo...
Figure 9.1 Diagram of a Medieval Manor.Figure 9.1 Diagram of a Medieval Manor.
The Decline and RevivalThe Decline and Revival
of the Western Churchof the Western Church
The Decline and RevivalThe Decline and Revival
of the Western Churchof the Western Church
A. From Scandal to Reform
1. Sca...
The Decline and RevivalThe Decline and Revival
of the Western Churchof the Western Church
C. The Power of the Popes
1. Pap...
Key Dates and DevelopmentsKey Dates and Developments
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Judge ch09 lecture

2,795 views
2,554 views

Published on

Published in: Spiritual
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
2,795
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2,269
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
11
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Emperor Constantine I
  • The Christian West
  • The Germanic Peoples
  • FOUNDATION MAP 9.1 Germans, Celts, and Romans, First Through Fourth Centuries C.E.
  • Germanic jewelry.
  • The Decline of the Western Roman Empire
  • The Arch of Constantine in Rome.
  • MAP 9.2 Hunnic and Germanic Invasions, 370–500 C.E.
  • Early Medieval Europe: Germanic and Christian Connections
  • MAP 9.3 Germans Divide the West into Kingdoms, Fifth and Sixth Centuries C.E.
  • Abbey of Monte Cassino, on the site of Saint Benedict’s first monastery.
  • Charlemagne’s chapel at Aachen.
  • MAP 9.4 Charlemagne’s Empire Reunites the West, 768–814 C.E.
  • MAP 9.5 Charlemagne’s Grandsons Divide His Empire, 843 C.E.
  • Viking ship.
  • MAP 9.6 Viking, Muslim, and Magyar Invasions, Ninth and Tenth Centuries C.E.
  • Medieval peasant women helping with the harvest and grinding grain into flour.
  • Figure 9.1 Diagram of a Medieval Manor.
  • The Decline and Revival of the Western Church
  • Key Dates and Developments
  • Judge ch09 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon Germanic Societies and the Emergence of the Christian West, 100–1100 C.E. 9
    2. 2. Emperor Constantine IEmperor Constantine I
    3. 3. The Christian WestThe Christian West
    4. 4. Germanic Societies and the Emergence ofGermanic Societies and the Emergence of the Christian West, 100–1100the Christian West, 100–1100 C.E.C.E. A. The Germanic Peoples B. The Decline of the Western Roman Empire C. Early Medieval Europe: Germanic and Christian C D. The Decline and Revival of the Western Church
    5. 5. The Germanic PeoplesThe Germanic Peoples
    6. 6. The Germanic PeoplesThe Germanic Peoples A. Germanic Society: Kinship and Combat 1. Nomadic lifestyle 2. Kinship ties 3. Patriarchy 4. Religion
    7. 7. FOUNDATION MAP 9.1 Germans, Celts, andFOUNDATION MAP 9.1 Germans, Celts, and Romans, First Through Fourth Centuries C.E.Romans, First Through Fourth Centuries C.E.
    8. 8. Germanic jewelry.Germanic jewelry.
    9. 9. The Germanic PeoplesThe Germanic Peoples B. Germanic Migrations and Their Threat to Rome 1. Migration, agriculture, and the Roman world 2. Roman response
    10. 10. The DeclineThe Decline of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire
    11. 11. The DeclineThe Decline of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire A. The Divided Empire and Its Eastern Orientation 1. Third-century crisis 2. Diocletian and the division of the empire 3. Constantine
    12. 12. The DeclineThe Decline of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire B. The Triumph and Transformation of Christianity 1. Constantine’s conversion and the legalization of Christianity 2. The spread of Christianity and the decline of traditional Roman religion 3. Christianity as state religion
    13. 13. The Arch of Constantine in Rome.The Arch of Constantine in Rome.
    14. 14. The DeclineThe Decline of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire C. Crisis and Chaos in the West A. Eastern and Western Empires diverge B. Threats on the frontier C. Germanic invasions and the sack of Rome
    15. 15. MAP 9.2 Hunnic and Germanic Invasions, 370–500MAP 9.2 Hunnic and Germanic Invasions, 370–500 C.E.C.E.
    16. 16. The DeclineThe Decline of the Western Roman Empireof the Western Roman Empire D. The Fall of Rome and end of the Western Roman Empire
    17. 17. Early Medieval Europe:Early Medieval Europe: Germanic and ChristianGermanic and Christian ConnectionsConnections
    18. 18. Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections A. The Emergence of Germanic Kingdoms 1. Dynastic monarchies
    19. 19. MAP 9.3 Germans Divide the West into Kingdoms,MAP 9.3 Germans Divide the West into Kingdoms, Fifth and Sixth Centuries C.E.Fifth and Sixth Centuries C.E.
    20. 20. Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections B. The Early Medieval Church: Expansion and Adaptation 1. Christianization of Germanic peoples 2. Cultural and religious fusion and divergence 3. Monasticism
    21. 21. Abbey of Monte Cassino, on the site of SaintAbbey of Monte Cassino, on the site of Saint Benedict’s first monastery.Benedict’s first monastery.
    22. 22. Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections C. The Franks and Their Effort to Reunite the West 1. The Franks and the church 2. Charlemagne
    23. 23. Charlemagne’s chapel at Aachen.Charlemagne’s chapel at Aachen.
    24. 24. MAP 9.4 Charlemagne’s Empire Reunites the West,MAP 9.4 Charlemagne’s Empire Reunites the West, 768–814 C.E.768–814 C.E.
    25. 25. Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections D. Vikings, Muslims, and Magyars: Invasions and Connections 1. Ninth-century invasions 2. Consequences
    26. 26. MAP 9.5 Charlemagne’s Grandsons Divide HisMAP 9.5 Charlemagne’s Grandsons Divide His Empire, 843 C.E.Empire, 843 C.E.
    27. 27. Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections E. Europe’s Warrior Nobility: Protection, Land, and Power 1. The rise of regional warlords 2. Creation of a landed nobility 3. Nobility and warfare
    28. 28. Viking ship.Viking ship.
    29. 29. MAP 9.6 Viking, Muslim, and Magyar Invasions,MAP 9.6 Viking, Muslim, and Magyar Invasions, Ninth and Tenth Centuries C.E.Ninth and Tenth Centuries C.E.
    30. 30. Early Medieval Europe:GermanicEarly Medieval Europe:Germanic and Christian Connectionsand Christian Connections F. Economy and Society: Manors, Lords, and Serfs 1. The Manor 2. Serfdom and peasant life
    31. 31. Medieval peasant women helping with the harvestMedieval peasant women helping with the harvest and grinding grain into flour.and grinding grain into flour.
    32. 32. Figure 9.1 Diagram of a Medieval Manor.Figure 9.1 Diagram of a Medieval Manor.
    33. 33. The Decline and RevivalThe Decline and Revival of the Western Churchof the Western Church
    34. 34. The Decline and RevivalThe Decline and Revival of the Western Churchof the Western Church A. From Scandal to Reform 1. Scandal and the papacy 2. Reforming popes B. The Great Schism of 1054 1. East-West split
    35. 35. The Decline and RevivalThe Decline and Revival of the Western Churchof the Western Church C. The Power of the Popes 1. Papal supremacy 2. Investiture controversy 3. Crusades
    36. 36. Key Dates and DevelopmentsKey Dates and Developments

    ×