Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Lecture13 empiresandborderlandsedited

560

Published on

Published in: Education, Spiritual, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
560
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
6
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Empires and Borderlands of the Early Middle Ages
  • 2. Germanic Kingdoms of Western Europe
    • General characteristics
    • Anglo-Saxon England
    • Visigothic Spain
    • Lombard Italy
    • The Kingdom of the Franks
  • 3. Anglo-Saxon England
    • Celts
    • Roman Britain
    • 400: Angles + Saxons invade
    • Loss of Romanization
    • 3 Kingdoms
  • 4. Visigothic Spain (409-711)
    • 5 th –6 th c: Power in southern France
    • 587: Conversion of King Reccared
    • Visigothic Code (654)
    • 711: Muslims conquer Spain
  • 5. Lombard Italy (568-774)
    • Alboin + Invasion of Italy (568)
    • Byzantine loss of power
    • Queen Theodelinda: Orthodox Christianity
    • Fragmentation = Frankish conquest (774)
  • 6. The Kingdom of the Franks
    • Merovingian dynasty (476–750)
    • Conversion of Clovis
    • Salic Law (508-511)
    • Death of Clovis = civil wars
    • Rise of “Mayors of the Palace”
    • Decline of urban life
  • 7. Growth of the Papacy
    • Decline of Byzantine Power
    • Frankish-Papal alliance
    • Revival: Gregory the Great
    • Monasteries + Missionaries
  • 8. Converting the Anglo-Saxons
    • Anglo-Saxon paganism
    • Gregory the Great: Missions from Rome
    • St Augustine
    • Strategy: gentle persuasion
    • Source: Bede
  • 9. Converting the Irish
    • Celtic religion
    • Palladius: convert + reform
    • St. Patrick + 5 th C Missions
    • Growth of monasteries
  • 10. Monastery: Center of Learning
    • St. Benedict
    • Rise in power
    • Library + Scriptorium
    • Illuminated manuscripts
    • Growth of education
  • 11. The Carolingian Empire
    • Pepin the Short
    • Charlemagne: classical to medieval
    • 3 classes:
    • 1. Peasants (workers)
    • 2. Nobles (fighters)
    • 3. Clergy (educated + powerful)
  • 12. Reign of Charlemagne
    • Policy of expansion
    • Goal of Christianization
    • Coronation of Charlemagne
    • Divisions of Frankish Kingdom
    • Establishing loyalty
    • Commerce + trade
  • 13. The Carolingian Renaissance
    • Revival of learning
    • Alcuin of York
    • Carolingian miniscule
    • Unification of the church
    • Einhard
  • 14. Division of Western Europe
    • Death of Charlemagne = fragmentation
    • Dynastic rivalry
    • Civil wars: Treat of Verdun (843)
    • Rise of local powers
    • East Francia: Otto I + the Saxons
    • West Francia: Capetian dynasty
  • 15. Invasions of Europe 7 th -11 th C
    • Muslims
    • Vikings
    • Magyars
    • Conversions = end of invasion
  • 16. Rise of Feudalism
    • Causes
    • Loyalty + service
    • Lords and Vassals
    • Land grants: fief
    • Obligations of vassal: Fealty
    • Obligations of Lord
    • Oath of loyalty
    • Warrior culture
    • Feudal law

×