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Middleages - THE MIDDLE AGES(1050-1330 I THE FALL OF ROME A...

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THE MIDDLE AGES (1050-1330): I. THE FALL OF ROME A. Constantinople (329 AD) B. Rise of Byzantium C. Pope Leo I & Attila the Hun 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 2. Unify Church & State = Christendom 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) A. Conflict & Separation East & West 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 1. Christian culture & civilization 2. Christianity basis of education 3. Latin as international language 4. Nominal Christianity B. Hierarchical Structure of Church and State 1. Top down 2. Authoritarian 3. Status quo = . stay in your place.
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