13LectureSTUDENT07 - 5.High point of accomplishments...

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Lecture Thirteen: The Anglo-Saxons and Charlemagne Lecture Reading – Sherman, pages 226-242, Documents 7.1 and 7.2 I.Law and Order in the Germanic Kingdoms A.Germanic laws B.Legal codes C.Village participation D.Wergeld E.Plants seeds for representative government II.Anglo-Saxon Learning and Law A.Establish Centers of Learning 1.Wearmouth-Jarrow 2.Intellectual skill grows 3.Venerable Bede 4.Learning progresses out of monasteries B.Governing the Kingdom 1.Common law 2.Witan governance 3.Earls 4.Shire Reeves 5.Village elders C.Alfred the Great, 871-900 1.King during invasions 2.Defends Anglo-Saxons 3.Makes learning accessible 4.Jewel demonstrates connections
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Unformatted text preview: 5.High point of accomplishments III.Charlemagne and the Carolingians A.Politics 1.Missi dominici 2.Assemblies 3.Model of personal control B.Religion 1.Forcibly converts Saxons 2.Tries to reunify Roman Empire 3.Crowned Emperor 4.Growing split with Byzantium 5.Friendly exchanges with Islam C.Learning Under Charlemagne 1.Stability leads to renaissance 2.Establishes schools 3.Corrects and provides texts 4.Provides basis for future learning IV.Order in the Church A.Monastic reform 1.Benedicts Rule 2.Women and Convents 3.Cluniac reform exempts from control 4.Papal authority increases...
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