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Chapter 17 notes - Chapter 17 The Foundations of Christian...

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Chapter 17 The Foundations of Christian Society in Western Europe Medieval Period 500-1500 CE Foundations for Europe Political order Economic recovery Institutional framework Germanic Successor States 476 CE – Odoacer deposed last Roman emperor Invaders organized series of Germanic kingdoms Visigoths Ostrogoths Lombards Franks Angles Saxons Franks Built Imperial state Decentralized political institutions Alliance with church Clovis 481-511 CE (ruled) Strong military and political leader Converted to Roman Christianity Carolingians Charles Martel 732 CE – Battle of Tours Charlemagne 768-814 CE Reestablished centralized imperial rule Scholar Relied on counts Missi dominici 800 CE – crowned emperor by Pope Leo III Louis the Pious 814-840 CE Lost control of counts Sons disputed inheritance – divided empire into 3
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course HIST 1110 taught by Professor Scherr during the Spring '08 term at U. Memphis.

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