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Introductory Notes British Literature

Introductory Notes British Literature

The Medieval Period (The Middle Ages) 1066-1485 “Patience is a high virtue.” Geoffrey Chaucer “The Franklin’s Tale”, The Canterbury Tales “Manners maketh man.” William of Wykeham—motto of two colleges at Oxford. Introductory Notes British Literature. The Norman Conquest of England.

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Life in the Late Middle Ages

Life in the Late Middle Ages

Life in the Late Middle Ages. Height of Medieval Civilization. By the beginning of the 14 th century, European society had reached stability and prosperity.

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100 YEARS ’ WAR

100 YEARS ’ WAR

100 YEARS ’ WAR. YAHYA ‘ KING ’ KAMARA MAJD D NAHAS. 100 YEARS ’ WAR (1) M. It changed history Fought between England and France (1337-1453) Introduced new weapons and tactics that marked end of medieval warfare, chivalry, and the medieval knight.

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The Road to Revolution The French and Indian War or the 7 years war. Question # 4

The Road to Revolution The French and Indian War or the 7 years war. Question # 4

The Road to Revolution The French and Indian War or the 7 years war. Question # 4 Do you think people have the right to take land if it belongs to someone else?. Frontier Conflict.

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France in the Middle Ages

France in the Middle Ages

Chapter 15 Section 3. France in the Middle Ages . Charlemagne’s Empire . Divided into three parts Western part= Kingdom of France First ruled by Charles the Bald . Capetian Dynasty . 987: Hugh Capet Chosen by nobles Vassals of Charles the Bald Rules a small area around Paris

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England and France Develop

England and France Develop

England and France Develop. England (Early Invasions). Vikings (Danish) Alfred the Great turns back Vikings England United under 1 rule “Land of the Angles” 1016 – Danish king conquered England Molds Anglo-Saxons and Vikings together. England (Norman Conquest).

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Terms

Terms

Terms. John Marshall Judicial Review Louisiana Purchase Meriwether Lewis William Clark Lewis & Clark Expedition Sacagawea Impressment Embargo Embargo Act of 1807.

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The Hundred Years War

The Hundred Years War

The Hundred Years War. 1337-1453. The Big Questions. What were the causes of the Hundred Years’ War? How did the war affect European politics, economics, and cultural life?. What is the Hundred Years War?. Conflict between France and England Lasted 116 years

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OVERVIEW OF THE MIDDLE AGES

OVERVIEW OF THE MIDDLE AGES

OVERVIEW OF THE MIDDLE AGES. IMPACT OF FALL OF ROME. See handout notes. RISE OF THE CHURCH “AGE OF FAITH”. NOTES ON CHURCH SPLIT OF EAST AND WEST 1054 (GREAT SCHISM) COUNCIL OF NICEA-SETS BASIC TENANTS OF CHURCH INCLUDING BIBLE THOMAS AQUINAS-TRUTH IS KNOWN THROUGH REASON AND FAITH.

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Wars and the Growth of Nations

Wars and the Growth of Nations

Wars and the Growth of Nations. England France Spain The Holy Roman Empire. England. King Edward III held land in France he was a vassal to the French King. This is the beginning of the Hundred Years’ War.

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Terms

Terms

Terms. John Marshall Judicial Review Louisiana Purchase Meriwether Lewis William Clark Lewis & Clark Expedition Sacagawea Impressment Embargo Embargo Act of 1807.

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What Else ?

What Else ?

What Else ?. Other major events of the Middle Ages. Cities Grow. Cities attracted traveling scholars Young men flocked to cathedral schools (later became universities) Studied grammar, reasoning, mathematics Writing about chivalry grew Qualities knights suppose to have

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QT Coverage

QT Coverage

QT Coverage . Chapter 9: The Culture of Medieval Europe 1 . Interest of Learning Revives (Vic’s Group) 2 . New Styles Develop in Medieval Art (GJ’s Group) 3 . The Middle Age Draws to a Close ( Brylle’s Group) Chapter 15: Renaissance and Reformation

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THE FRENCH REVOLUTION

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. Essential Question : What were the important causes and effects of the French Revolution?. Which of the following best describes the relationship between England and the American colonists BEFORE the French And Indian War? .

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Chapter 16 Notes Part 3

Chapter 16 Notes Part 3

Chapter 16 Notes Part 3. Colonial Expansion Colonies Most colonies were loosely controlled by the mother country – and most colonial administrators were content with getting their tribute. More formal administration spread as missionaries arrived. Spain

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100 YEARS ’ WAR

100 YEARS ’ WAR

100 YEARS ’ WAR. YAHYA ‘ KING ’ KAMARA MAJD D NAHAS. 100 YEARS ’ WAR (1) M. It changed history Fought between England and France (1337-1453) Introduced new weapons and tactics that marked end of medieval warfare, chivalry, and the medieval knight.

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European Claims in North America Maps

European Claims in North America Maps

European Claims in North America Maps. VS. Before and After the French and Indian War (1754-1763). Colored Pencils You Need:. Yellow Orange Green Brown Red. Before the French and Indian War:. European countries made claims to land in North America and established colonies.

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REVIEW FOR THE UNIT TEST

REVIEW FOR THE UNIT TEST

REVIEW FOR THE UNIT TEST. The Enlightenment American Revolution French Revolution and Napoleon Latin American Revolutions Unifications of Italy and Germany. The two eras known as the Renaissance and the Enlightenment are similar in that they both led to people doing two things:.

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100 YEARS ’ WAR

100 YEARS ’ WAR

100 YEARS ’ WAR. YAHYA ‘ KING ’ KAMARA MAJD D NAHAS. 100 YEARS ’ WAR (1) M. It changed history Fought between England and France (1337-1453) Introduced new weapons and tactics that marked end of medieval warfare, chivalry, and the medieval knight.

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Describe the picture and what seems to be happening

Describe the picture and what seems to be happening

Describe the picture and what seems to be happening. Feudalism and Manorialism. Feudal Society. Social Could not change social position Kings, Lords/Nobles, Knights, Serfs Political Leading Nobles controlled everything Knights protected the nobles and enforced rule

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