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Emamdjomeh 1Cameron EmamdjomehDr. HardyHIST 1002Final Exam (2ndPaper)5 Dec. 2016The Investiture ControversyDuring the Investiture Controversy (1175-1122), thePapacy lost and the Empire lost. However, Kings and Emperorsfought with Bishops and Popes over usual issues such as the twoinstitutional states. Although the Papacy and Empire lost,investiture was only symbolic, for the real struggle was whocontrolled bishops, the King, or the Pope.After the year 1000, both the State-State and the Church-State gradually increased in political ambition and internaladministrative coherence. When this process of renewal andrecovery on the secular side ran into the same process on the
Emamdjomeh 2ecclesiastical side is when the controversy occurred. TheChristian Church was the fundamental institution of medievalEurope since it was everywhere. At all levels of Europeansociety, from parishes to Papacy, the church occupied aninstitutional niche. The consolations, the mysteries, and themethodology of Christianity were the core of medieval society.Every idea and attitude occurred within a framework of CatholicChristianity, which was regarded as the True Faith and sole pathto salvation.

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Term
Fall
Professor
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History, Pope Gregory VII, bishops, Investiture Controversy

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