Middleages - THE MIDDLE AGES (1050-1330): I. THE FALL OF...

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THE MIDDLE AGES (1050-1330): I. THE FALL OF ROME A. Constantinople (329 AD) B. Rise of Byzantium D. 476 the . magic date. E. Clovis Unifies the . Christian Franks. (496) II. CHARLEMAGNE THE GREAT (742-814) A. King of the Franks B. Holy Roman Emperor 1. Leo III 3. Conversion of the Saxons 4. Carologinian Renaissance a. Alcan of York b. Cathedral Schools III. HTHE DARK AGESH (850-1000) A. Many threats to . Christendom. 1. Viking invasions 2. Magyar Invasions B. Apocalyptic Eschatology C. Battle of Lechfeld (955) D. Immoral Popes (John XII) 1
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IV. THE EMERGENCE OF CHRISTENDOM (1000) B. Conflict between Church & State 1. Investiture struggles 2. Henry IV (HRE) excommunicated (1077 3. . Donation of Constantineo 4. Unam Sanctum (1302) V. THE NATURE OF CHRISTENDOM A. Church creates cultural unity 2. Christianity basis of education 3. Latin as international language
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course REL THEL 352 taught by Professor Tyson during the Spring '08 term at Houghton College.

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Middleages - THE MIDDLE AGES (1050-1330): I. THE FALL OF...

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