Western Europe since the fall of the Western half of Rome. In an attempt to compensate for his family’s lack of royal heritage, he made connections with various elements of culture. What were Charlemagne’s main sources of legitimacy and how did these choices influence his reign? (Ch. 13.1, pp. 318-321)30.Martin Luther and his followers left the Roman Catholic Church in 1517. Othergroups such as Calvin and the Presbyterians, the Anglicans, etc. broke away soon after. This monumental shift in Christian culture came to be called the Protestant Reformation. What were the most important factors that led to the Protestant Reformation? (Ch. 17.3 & 4, pp. 428-437) 31.What were the most significant results of the split between the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church? (you can discuss events before and after the 1054 split) (ch.11.1 pg. 272)32.Intrigued by the goods and ideas that made their way to Europe from the Middle East as a result of the Crusades, Europeans began to look outside of their borders in the 1400s. What were some of the causes for the Age of Exploration? (Ch. 19.1: 463-468) (Ch 20 483-503)33.What were the most significant changes that took place in Europe between 400-1000 CE as it moved from being part of the Roman Empire to the Early Middle Ages? (Ch. 13.1-13.3, pp. 317-331) 34.Beginning around 800 to 1066, the Vikings left their homelands in Scandinaviaand went to places as far reaching as Russia, Constantinople, Sicily, Normandy, and North America. What were the factors that led the Viking to voyage to these new areas. You can focus on several locations or just one. (Ch. 13.2, pp. 322 - 323)35.The Byzantine Empire, the Eastern half of the Roman Empire, technically lasteduntil 1453 when the Ottoman Turks conquered Constantinople. The legacy of the Byzantine Empire was not, however, confined to the region that it controlled. It also had a large impact on Russia. Examine the relationship between Byzantium and the new Kievan Rus civilization. How did links to Byzantium transform the new civilization that would become Russia? (Ch. 11.2,pp. 274-278) 36.The medieval Church offered opportunities for leadership and also wielded significant power over daily life. As the Church’s influence grew during the
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European Middle Ages, what were its most significant political, intellectual, andor social influences on European society? (Ch. 13.3 & 14.1, pp. 331, 341-342)37.The peasant women’s labor in the domestic sphere is often misunderstood and undervalued yet their work was essential to the society. What did domestic work actually involve and how did it contribute to the larger economy?
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