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Chapter 8: The Rise of Europe (500 – 1300)
The Early Middle Ages
Section 8.1
Green book
pages 182-185
Setting the
In Europe, by the 600s, the Roman Empire had collapsed,
Scene
leaving no unifying power in its place. Western Europe was
made up of small, isolated towns and kingdoms that had little
contact outside of their small worlds.
Geography of
Western Europe
What the Roman Empire did to unite Europe:
* Location
* Resources
Land –
Sea –
Germanic
Kingdoms
Who were the Germanic tribes?
* the Franks
Clovis –
* Europe and the Muslim World
Areas controlled by the Muslims:
Battle of Tours, 732 –
Charles Martel (“the hammer”) -
The Age of
Charlemagne
Charlemagne –
* A Christian Emperor
Coronation, Christmas Day, 800 –
Chapter 8: The Rise of Europe (500 – 1300)
* Government
Missi dominici –
* Revival of Learning
Aachen –
Alcuin –
Curriculum –
After
Charlemagne
Charlemagne’s Death –
Treaty of Verdun, 843 –
* legacy of Charlemagne
* A New Wave of Invasions
Muslims –
Magyars (Hungarians) –
Vikings –
Chapter 8: The Rise of Europe (500 – 1300)
The Early Middle Ages
Section 8.1
Blue book
Setting the
In Europe, by the 600s, the Roman Empire had collapsed,
Scene
leaving no unifying power in its place. Western Europe was
made up of small, isolated towns and kingdoms that had little
contact outside of their small worlds.
A Land of Great
Potential:
Geography of
Western Europe
What the Roman Empire did to unite Europe:
* Location
* Resources
Land –
Sea –
Germanic
Kingdoms
Who were the Germanic tribes?
The Franks
Clovis –
Islam: A New
Mediterranean
Power
Areas controlled by the Muslims:
Battle of Tours, 732 –
Charles Martel (“the hammer”) -
Chapter 8: The Rise of Europe (500 – 1300)
Why Christian Europeans considered Muslims a threat:
The Age of
Charlemagne
Charlemagne –
* Emperor of the Romans
Coronation, Christmas Day, 800 –
The Eastern Roman Empire’s reaction –
* Government
Missi dominici –
A Revival of
Learning
Aachen –
* Keeping Accurate Records
* Promoting education and learning
Alcuin –
Curriculum –
Chapter 8: The Rise of Europe (500 – 1300)
Charlemagne’s
Legacy
Charlemagne’s Death –
Treaty of Verdun, 843 –
Legacy of Charlemagne -
New Attacks
Muslims –
Magyars (Hungarians) –
Vikings –