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Stearns, et al. World Civilizations: The Global Experience AP 3 rd edition What marked the beginning of the postclassical period in Western Europe? What is this period referred to as? Civilization extended to what areas during this period? Which religion will spread along with civilization? What are some the areas that Western Europe would gain from contact with? THE FLAVOR OF THE MIDDLE AGES: INFERIORITY AND VITALITY At this timeperiod and level of development, Western Europe could be compared with what areas? Who were the Europeans backwards compared to? Who did the Europeans fear? How did the Christians view fellow “people of the book” (opposite Arab view)? What are some areas were the West exceeded the view that this was the “Dark Ages”? STAGES OF POSTCLASSICAL DEVELOPMENT Where was the center of the Roman Catholic Church? Where is the center of the postclassical West? What caused the West to be so weak (politically and economically)? What institution kept learning alive during this rough period? THE MANORIAL SYSTEM: OBLIGATIONS AND ALLEGIANCES Define manorialism. Describe the life a serf. What improved agriculture production? What types of rights did serfs have? THE CHURCH: POLITICAL AND SPIRITUAL POWER What did the Roman Catholic Church model their organizational structure after? Explain. In what ways were the lines between church and state blurred? What did the pope do? What did Clovis use Christianity for? (Similar to African kings converting to Islam) What purpose did the monasteries serve? Name ______________________________ Due Date _______________ Chapter 10 Reading Guide A New Civilization Emerges in Western Europe
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Stearns, et al. World Civilizations: The Global Experience AP 3 rd edition CHARLEMAGNE AND HIS SUCCESSORS What positive strides did Charlemagne make toward civilization?
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