Western civ 9-4

Western civ 9-4 - 1 His West Civ I Intro to course I I...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 8/27/07 His West Civ. I.) Intro to course I I.) Overview: the foundations of civilization from the fertile crescent to feudalism -nomadic to agricultural -law, metals, crops, trade, social hierarchies -war-civil participation (Greece) Arts, history, philosophy, athletics -devotion to the common good-The conquest (Rome) The fall of Rome/rise of barbarian kingdoms The dark ages and feudalism Mutual obligations and service 8/29/07 Review- foundations of western civ. I.) The middle ages 750-1500 a. 750-1050 the early middle ages i. Power shifted west b. 1000-1300 high middle ages i. Feudalism ii. Empires developing iii. Church influence the critisicm c. 1340-1500 late middle ages i. Religious conflict I I.) 1500-1650 early modern Europe a. Empires developed b. Protestant reformation i. 1517-martin Luthers 95 theses ii. 1555-the peace of Augsburg Protestantism legalized * remember this date Persecution resulted I I I.) 1618-1648 the thirty year war a. 1648-peace of Westphalia i. Significance...
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2008 for the course HIST 1020 taught by Professor Vavara during the Fall '07 term at Colorado.

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Western civ 9-4 - 1 His West Civ I Intro to course I I...

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