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  • 1. THE MIDDLE AGES
    500-1500
  • 2. How did we get here?
    After the fall of the Roman Empire, threats of attacks ended almost all trade in Western Europe.
    Cities were easy targets for attacks. People moved from the cities for safety and to grow their own food.
    These conditions led to the growth of feudalism.
  • 3.
  • 4. FEUDALISM
    POLITICAL system of local government based on the granting of land in return for loyalty, military assistance, andother services.
    In Medieval society a person born and died on the same piece of land and in the same social class.
  • 5. MANORIALISM
    Manorialism was the ECONOMIC system that revolved around self-sufficient farming estates. There was little or no trade.
    EVERYTHING was produced on the manor and used by the people who lived on it.
  • 6. CHARLES THE GREAT--CHARLESMAGNE
    Leader of the Kingdom of the Franks
    Created a huge empire
    Pope asked Charlemagne for help to drive the barbarians out of Rome. Pope crowned him as emperor.
    Helped to revive literacy and learning in Western Europe.
    Empire declined after his death.
  • 7.
  • 8. INVASIONS WEAKEN EUROPE…AGAIN.
    Muslims from Africa invaded the Mediterranean Coast
    Slavs invaded central Europe
    The Vikings Invaded from 793-1000
    came from Scandinavia—modern day Denmark,
    Sweden, and Norway.
    Raided from Ireland to Russia
    Raids were swift—landed, plundered, killed and left
    Great sea farers—1000 traveled to Newfoundland in Canada
  • 9. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
    MOST POWERFUL INSTITUTION IN THE MIDDLE AGES
    Filled political and leadership positions
    Gained vast amounts of land and wealth
    The Pope in Rome held the greatest power.
    Canon Law-Church Law and had the power to tax
  • 10. THE CRUSADES
  • 11. Increased trade in italy
    As Italy became the center of trade, they gained great wealth. Eventually this would lead to spending in luxuries such as art, literature, and interest in classic Greek and Roman ideals. THIS IS THE RENAISSANCE!!!
  • 12. THE BLACK DEATH1347-1351
    • From 1000-1300 Trade Improved and Towns Grew…BUT THEN…THE BLACK DEATH HITS!
    • 13. Spread along trade routes by fleas
    • 14. Killed 1/3 of Population in Europe
    • 15. Results:
    • 16. Church lost power
    • 17. Shortage of workers ended feudalism.
  • Changes in the Middle Ages
    France: Created legislative branch—the Estates General. Fought 100 Year War with England.
    England:
    Moves towards a limited monarchy—Signing of the Magna Carta and creation of Parliament
    English Common Law—decisions by royal courts became law
    SPAIN
    1479 united under Ferdinand and Isabella
    Spanish Inquisition—forced conversion of Jews and Muslims along with torture.
    GERMANY
    Known as the Holy Roman Empire
    Hapsburgs became most powerful family in Europe