FQ6 - Period 5 November 15, 2004 Focus Question 6 To what...

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Period 5 November 15, 2004 Focus Question 6 To what extent was medieval western European society a blend of classical, Christian, and Germanic influences? Medieval western European society was made up of a basis of three different cultural influences, which were classical, Christian, and Germanic. Germanic dominated the blend over Christian and classical influences, because Germanic blended with both Christian and classical, while Christian and classical never blended with each other during this time. Also, in many of the blends the Germanic influence is the driving force, and therefore the most necessary. Medieval western European society was a blend of classical, Christian, and Germanic influences with the Germanic tribes being the force behind the blending in this era, therefore involving them in most of the era’s blending. Classical, Christian, and Germanic influences combined and demonstrated this combination through their government leaders, government systems, and aspects of their religions. Charlemagne and the Carolingian dynasty were examples of a leader and his kingdom that combined the three influences. “A Germanic king had been crowned
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FQ6 - Period 5 November 15, 2004 Focus Question 6 To what...

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