Hist_1000_Study_Guide_Three - rd and 4 th centuries C.E...

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HIST 1000 Study Guide – Exam Three Key Terms and Concepts: Marches - simony - missi dominici - deacon - martyr - deacon bersikir - excommunication - Edict of Milan - Monastery at Cluny - Ethnogenesis - Investiture Controversy - Alemanni - Important Persons, Groups, and Places: Goths Vikings Louis the Pious Gambara Charles Martel Pippin Huns Wotan Pope Gregory VII Emperor Henry IV Charlemagne – (742/747-28 Jan 814) king of the Franks from 768 to his death, made the Frankish kingdom to an empire over a lot of Western and Central Europe, conquered Italy and was crowned Imperator Augustus by Pope Leo III on December 25 800, co- ruled with his brother Carloman I, followed papacy policy and became its protector, removed the Lombards from power in Italy, campaigned against the Saxons (forcibly converted them to Christianity, founding father of both Magyars Nicolaites St. Benedict Aachen Julian the Apostate Potential Essay Questions: What events and trends occurred during the 3
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Unformatted text preview: rd and 4 th centuries C.E. that led to the success of Christianity within the Roman Empire? Why is ‘race’ an inappropriate word to use in describing the Germanic peoples who invaded the Roman Empire in Late Antiquity? Describe and discuss the Carolingian model of kingship, focusing on how they used and obtained power and legitimacy. Charlemagne was crowned Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III. In what ways did Charlemagne imitate the classical Roman Emperors? In what ways was his empire very different from the classical Empire? What problems led to the dissolution of the Carolingian Empire in the ninth century, and what system or power structure replaced it in the tenth century? Describe the reforms of the Church and the Investiture Controversy and discuss their consequences. * Remember that a full page answer is expected to essay questions*...
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course HIST 1000 taught by Professor Berto during the Spring '08 term at Western Michigan.

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