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The 11th Century: commerce, Popes and Emperors
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If you feel lost. . Read the TEXTBOOK and make an outline of the most important dates and events, like: 476: fall of the WRE 600-751: Barbarians and Popes, Christianizing the Barbarians, re-organizing the kingdoms 751: Pippin and the Franks 800: Charlemagne, Holy Roman Empire, etc 800-1000: post Carolingian age, feudalism, Lords and Vassals Read your READER and PRIMARY SOURCES and fit those in your outline, like: 600-751: letter of Gregory the Great to the Queen 800: Charlemagne by Einhard, Capitularies 800-1000: William of Aquitaine, etc.
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From last time Post-Carolingian Europe: an age of political and social unrest ‘France’: feudalism The relationship between Lord and Vassals and the progressive lack of centralization Knights and knighthood: a necessary phenomenon to keep the system working What if you are neither a nobleman nor a knight?
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At the bottom of the pyramid: the serfs
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At the center of early medieval life… Bagnoregio, Italy
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One more example… Assisi, Italy
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course HIST 4B taught by Professor Sonnino during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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