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Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 12e

Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 12e

Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 12e. Chapter 16 Europe After the Fall of Rome: Early Medieval Art in the West. Early Medieval Sites in Europe. Understand the distinctive artistic traditions of the European peoples beyond the Roman Empire.

By libitha
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6-3 Notes: Kingdoms and Crusades

6-3 Notes: Kingdoms and Crusades

6-3 Notes: Kingdoms and Crusades. England in the Middle Ages. Angles and Saxons invaded Britain in the early 400s ACE, and took over land from the Celts and set up small kingdoms Late 800s - Vikings attack Britain

By Faraday
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The High Middle Ages

The High Middle Ages

The High Middle Ages. 1000-1300AD. The Age of Faith: High Middle Ages. Chartres: Cathedral of Our Lady Opens 1180AD after 40 yrs: Link to Cathedral video. Regional Center of Spirituality And Business. High middle Ages Six KEYS.

By salena
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William I (William the Conqueror) 1066 1087

William I (William the Conqueror) 1066 1087

William I (William the Conqueror) 1066 1087. Had a Palace at Old Windsor which he gave to the Abbey of Westminster just before he died. Buried at Caen, Normandy. Founded Windsor Castle at 'New ' Windsor. William II (William Rufus ) 1087 1100. Buried at Winchester. HENRY I 1100-1135.

By menefer
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The Medieval Period

The Medieval Period

The Medieval Period. England in the Middle Ages saw linguistic, religious, literary and political shifts 11 th to nearly the15 th c. = population boomed Black Plague – 1348 = population diminished Civic and cultural upheaval!

By manchu
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Late Middle Ages

Late Middle Ages

Late Middle Ages. Crusades. Constantinople asked for help against the Muslims. Crusades. Pope Urban II issued a holy war or Crusade to take the Holy Land from the Muslims Men came for many reasons Kings sent away quarrelsome knights 2 nd sons who could not inherit went

By bryony
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Geoffrey Chaucer 1343-1400

Geoffrey Chaucer 1343-1400

Geoffrey Chaucer 1343-1400. The Canterbury Tales. Biographical Information. Considered one of the 3 greatest poets of the English language. Son of a prosperous London wine merchant who secured a position for him as a page in a royal household.

By nona
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The Middle Ages (1066-1485)

The Middle Ages (1066-1485)

The Middle Ages (1066-1485). By Rachele Dessì and Simone Giuffrida. - The Historical Background - Medieval Literature. The Normans. With William the Conqueror starts the permanent Norman occupation of England. The Normans spoke French but originally came from Denmark .

By aminia
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 starter activity

 starter activity

 starter activity. Listen to the account of a murder. How similar is this fifteenth century image to the original 12 th century account?. Who was responsible for Becket’s death?.  Aims. To analyse reasons for differing accounts of Becket’s death

By zasha
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www.iisresource.org

www.iisresource.org

www.iisresource.org. Norman images of Ireland Gerald of Wales, c. 1200 Gerald of Wales (Giraldus Cambrensis) wrote The History and Topography of Ireland around 1200. In it he contrasts the beauty of the island and the richness of its fauna with the barbarity of its inhabitants.

By cai
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Notre Dame Cathedral in Reims

Notre Dame Cathedral in Reims

Notre Dame Cathedral in Reims. A masterpiece of Gothic art, the Cathedral of Our Lady was started in 1211. It was the cathedral of coronations for French kings in memory of the baptism of Clovis by Saint Remi, probably on Christmas Day 498. . Louis XII 1498-1515. Francois I 1515-1547.

By creda
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Feudalism

Feudalism

Feudalism . SSWH7 The student will analyze European medieval society with regard to culture, politics, society, and economics. a. Explain the manorial system and feudalism; include the status of peasants and feudal monarchies and the importance of Charlemagne. Charlemagne.

By aglaia
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The Growth of Monarchies

The Growth of Monarchies

The Growth of Monarchies . Chapter 13 Section 4. Key Terms. Alfred the Great William the Conqueror Domesday Book Eleanor of Aquitaine Magna Carta. Parliament Hugh Capet Otto the Great Reconquista. England Absorbs Waves of Invaders. 800’s invaded by the Vikings

By raven
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Wars of Religion: 16 th Century Europe after Luther

Wars of Religion: 16 th Century Europe after Luther

Wars of Religion: 16 th Century Europe after Luther. Basic Developments in Europe: 1500’s. France—time of conflicts: Who will rule—regional aristocracies, oligarchic noble families, royal house, king? Will French domains be Catholic, allow Protestantism, what kind of Protestantism?

By kiaria
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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.

By kuniko
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Annunciation to the Shepherds Lectionary of Henry II from Reichenau, Germany ca. 1002-1014 tempera on vellum 17 x 13 in.

Annunciation to the Shepherds Lectionary of Henry II from Reichenau, Germany ca. 1002-1014 tempera on vellum 17 x 13 in.

Annunciation to the Shepherds Lectionary of Henry II from Reichenau, Germany ca. 1002-1014 tempera on vellum 17 x 13 in.

By darlita
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THE EUROPEAN WARS OF RELIGION c. 1560-1660

THE EUROPEAN WARS OF RELIGION c. 1560-1660

THE EUROPEAN WARS OF RELIGION c. 1560-1660. Philip II (r. 1556 – 1598). Son of Charles V Ruled Spanish & Portuguese Empires, Netherlands and Southern Italy. Strongest military power in the world. El Escorial.

By fairly
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The Kings from William I to the Tudors

The Kings from William I to the Tudors

The Kings from William I to the Tudors. The Plantagenets to the Tudors. William I. William the Conqueror Also known as William of Normandy Succeeded by his son, William II. Henry I. Fourth son of Wm. I First Crusades Named daughter Matilda successor. King Stephen.

By gillespie
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Origins summary

Origins summary

Origins summary. DEVEREUX.

By raffaello
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High and Late Middle Ages 1050-1450

High and Late Middle Ages 1050-1450

High and Late Middle Ages 1050-1450. Chapter 8. Royal Power Grows. Section 1. William the Conqueror. Who: King of England What: conquered England & set out to control the land Where: England (Normandy, France) When: 1028-1087; 1066*

By ion
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