17 Early Medieval Europe 031011

17 Early Medieval Europe 031011 - Early Medieval Europe...

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Early Medieval  Europe
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Middle Ages Barbarians defeat Rome Printing press invented Middle Ages Ancient   AD   476 Renaissance AD  1450
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Middle Ages Renaissance Dark Ages Lawlessness Decline of cities Church absolutism Cool weather Survival attitude High Middle Ages Countries gain power Cities and culture revive Church versus kings Warmer weather Creativity reawakened AD   1000
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Dark Ages Ancient  History AD   476 Renaissance AD  1450 What does it mean when we refer to  these times as the “Dark Ages”? An exercise in  perception :
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Ancient  History AD   476 Renaissance AD  1450 High Middle Ages AD   1000 Perception Are squares A  and B the same  color and shade?
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Ancient  History AD   476 Renaissance AD  1450 High Middle Ages AD   1000 Sampling the  Squares Perception
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Ancient  History AD   476 Renaissance AD  1450 High Middle Ages AD   1000 Covering the  surrounding  squares Perception
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Ancient  History AD   476 Renaissance High Middle Ages AD   1000 Showing the  connection Perception
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Ancient  History AD   476 Renaissance High Middle Ages What does it mean  when we refer to  these times as the  “Dark Ages”? The Dark Ages are  dark by comparison. Dark Ages
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Dark Ages 1st Estate = The Roman Catholic Clergy Purpose = Do good deeds 2nd Estate = The Nobility  (both local and “national”) Purpose = Govern/Fight 3rd Estate = The Commoners  (all others) Purpose = Work
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AD   476 Church Absolutism—Dark Ages Imperial church left over from  Roman Empire Emperor approved/nominated  the pope/patriarch But, emperor was in  Constantinople Therefore, popes were locally  chosen and ratified by the  emperor afterwards
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AD   476 Church Absolutism—Dark Ages No powerful kings in Europe Church was everywhere Became the legal authority  (basilica, judge, etc) Gained taxing authority Popes became substitutes for  the Emperor.
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AD   476 Church Absolutism—Dark Ages Problems  Popes chosen primarily from  among the elite families of Rome  (like the emperors) 1/3 of early popes were killed  violently  (like the emperors) Several sects of Christians had no 
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MFG 201 taught by Professor Terry,r during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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