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ACP Middle Ages
Transcript of ACP Middle Ages
The Dark Ages
Feudalism - arrangement where everyone had mutual duties and obligations
Holy Roman Emperor
Why was the Roman Catholic Church able to gain so much power in Europe during the Middle Ages?
William the Conqueror
Battle of Hastings 1066
Magna Carta 1215
Effects of the Crusades
End of feudalism
Increase in trade
Hundred Years War
The Long Bow
Joan of Arc
The First Division in Christianity
The Schism of 1054 A.D.
* What is feudalism?
* What is a fief?
* What caused feudalism to develop?
* What is manorialism?
* Why did the manor have to be self-sufficient?
* What are the three major religions that developed in the Middle East?
* What are the five pillars of Islam? How do they compare & contrast to the Ten Commandments?
* What are the major contributions of Islamic civilization?
* Qur'an (Koran)
5 Pillars of Islam
1. Profession of Faith
2. Prayer 5x daily towards Mecca
4. Fasting (during Ramadan)
5. Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca)
Branches Of Islam
2. Shiites (Shia)
Islamic Contributions during the Middle Ages
Middle Ages Art
Jesus! Mary! & Joseph!
Regain Jerusalem from the Muslims!
Manorialism - the economic side of feudalism
Western Rome collapses 476 AD
Eastern Rome thrives as the
until 1453 AD with its capital at
Great Schism of 1054 AD
Development of Representative Government in England
The End of the "Middle Ages"
The Black Death
The Hundred Years Wars
The Siege of Constantinople by the Ottomans
William of Normandy
Weakening of Constantinople
Education in Europe
Ottoman Turks 1453
Beneficial or Detrimental?
organized and updated Roman laws
Created because there was no strong, central government
divide over who should rule the Islamic community
Magna Carta 1215
limited the power of the English monarch
Charles Martel 732
Battle of Tours
tries to regain Western Roman Empire
The rise of the middle class & towns
The signing of the Magna Carta
Results of the Black Death:
* 1/3 European population = DEAD
* The end of feudalism
* Many lost faith in the Roman Catholic Church