Setting the SceneCrusades start 1096. Christians v. Muslims (Holy Land). End in 200 years
The World in 1050
In 1050 Western Europe emerged from a period of isolation.
Islam- New civilization from Spain to India. Traders.
Chapter 12 Section 3- Trade Routes of East Africa
Axum and its success
AD 350 > King Ezana of Axum conquered + absorbed Nubia
Axum extended from mountains of Ethiopia to Red Sea
People of Axum were descendants from African farmers + tr
Chapter 9 Section 4- Learning Literature, and the Arts
Setting the StageBy 1100s Economic success of towns ignites cultural success.
Church needs educated clergy. Royals need literate men for bureaucra
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Chapter 10 Section 1- The Byzantine Empire
Religious divisions grew.
The Byzantine emperor appointed the patriarch. The Byzantine Christians, however,
rejected the popes authority over all Christia
Read pages 197-201. Answer question #s 1,2,4,5
Identify the following:
High Middle Agesa period of economic recovery in Europe that lasted from 1000
to 1300; it is marked by the appearance of new towns.
Define the following:
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The Black Death
A. A Global Epidemic
1. Bubonic plague. Disease spread by fleas on rats. Europe, Asia, North Africa.
2. Plague starts in Asia. Moves along trade routes No one knew what to do!
3. Set off an epidemic ("e
Chapter 11 Section 4- Muslims in India
The Delhi Sultanate
After Gupta empire fell (550) India was split into many local kingdoms.
Rival princes battled to control north. Yet Indian culture flourished. Origins of Sultanate.
Religious divisions grew between Byzantine empire and Western Europe.
A. Differences East and West
1. Eastern emperor is the head of church in empire.
2. As absolute ruler, he controls Church affairs.
Chapter 9, Section 2- Holy Roman Empire and Church
Setting the Scene
By High Middle Ages both popes and monarchs were extending authority. Pope Innocent III
(1098-1216) claimed papal power over royal power.
The Holy Roman Empire.
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Setting the Scene
During Middle Ages monarchs struggled to exert royal authority over nobles and churchmen in
areas which are European nations of today.
Monarchs, Nobles and the Church
Monarchs were at head of society