12a NOTE Medieval Europe

12a NOTE Medieval Europe - Medieval Europe Geographical...

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Medieval Europe Geographical Background Good Agricultural Land: (Population of Egypt vs. France) Geographical Background Atlantic Seaboard = best access for New World exploration Germanic Period: 350-750 CE Germanic Invasions 350-500: Fall of Rome and the West
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Germanic Period: 350-750 CE Germanic Kingdoms: 500-750: English, Franks, Visigoths, Vandals, Ostrogoths Germanic Kingdoms: Six political regions Iberia/Spain, France, Italy, Germany, England, Scandinavia Four Cultural Zones Germanic, Latin, Slavic, Byzantine Germanic Period: 350-750 Synthesis of Germanic, Roman, and Christian elements Economic, Social and Cultural decline Spread of Christianity Outside of Old Roman boundaries “heresies” Arians in Germany Copts in Egypt, Nubia and Ethiopia Armenians Nestorians in Persia and the East
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Second Age of Invasions, 1: 550-1000 Slavs in the Balkans, 550-800 Second Age of Invasions, 2: 550-1000 Avars (Central Asian Nomads), 550-800 CE Second Age of Invasions, 3: 550-1000 Arabs (Islam): 650-850 CE Second Age of Invasions, 4: 550-1000 Magyars (Central Asian Nomads): 800-1000 CE
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