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New Romes in the Early Middle Ages: East and West History 101 March 3, 2010
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New Romes in the Early Middle Ages: East and West Transformations in the West Anglo-Saxon England The Kingdom of the Franks The Byzantine Empire Islam
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East and West, circa 493
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Transformations in the West Imbalance between Western and Eastern Empires money, population, urbanization The Visigoths sack of Rome, 410 Alaric I, r. 395-410 Attila the Hun, r. 433-453 Roman-Visigothic Army, 451 Pope Leo I, “the Great,” r. 440-461 Odoacer, r. 476-493 Romulus Augustulus, r. 475-476 Zeno, Emperor in the East, r. 474-491 “king of Italy” A mixed Roman-Germanic world Theodoric the Ostrogoth, King of Italy, r. 493-526 Arian Christianity Cassiodorus, c. 490-c.585 Vivarium
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Anglo-Saxon England Withdrawal of Roman troops Saxons and Angles Britons “King Arthur” Battle of Badon Hill, c. 500 A.D. The heptarchy
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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