WEEK 4 TERMS--CarolingianWorld_EarlyMonasticism

WEEK 4 - EUH 2001 Terms and Outline WEEK 4 Thus spoke Beowulf The Carolingian World I Carolingians in Context II Foundation of Carolingian Empire A

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EUH 2001 Terms and Outline WEEK 4: “Thus spoke Beowulf”: The Carolingian World I. Carolingians in Context II. Foundation of Carolingian Empire A. Charles Martel… ”Charles the Hammer” B. Pepin (d. 768) P. Zacharius I P. Stephen II Donation of Pepin, 756 (future papal states) III. Charlemagne (r. 768-814) : The Carolingian Empire Personified A. Ancestry Carlos (Karlos) Æ Charles Æ Charles Martel Æ Charlemagne, “Charles the Great” (Latin: Carolus magnus) B. Person Einhard C. Chmgne as a western king Christmas Day, 800 P. Leo III “Emperor of the Romans” D. Chmgne as Warrior-King Basques in Pyrenees Æ Song of Roland Saxons in Germany Slavs and Avars in Bavaria E. Chmgne as Administrator Comes Margraves Dux Missi Dominici, “messengers of the lord king” F. Chmgne as Reformer Carolingian Renaissance Scriptoria Papyrus Æ sheepskin…1 herd Bible Carolingian miniscule Significance Alcuin, palace schools Aachen
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IV. Empire Divided A. Louis the Pious (r. 814-840) B. Treaty of Verdun, 843
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course EUH 2001 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '10 term at Santa Fe College.

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WEEK 4 - EUH 2001 Terms and Outline WEEK 4 Thus spoke Beowulf The Carolingian World I Carolingians in Context II Foundation of Carolingian Empire A

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