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Dante’s Inferno

Dante’s Inferno

Dante’s Inferno. By Dante Alighieri. Author Biography. Dante Alighieri Son of a nobleman Born May1265 in Florence, Italy Received early education in Florence Attended the University of Bologna Experiences included a tour in the Florence Army when he fought in the Battle of Campaldino.

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Beyond Time I Stand

Beyond Time I Stand

Beyond Time I Stand. Feraco Myth to Science Fiction 26 October 2009. Canto 1: Data File. Settings: The Dark Wood, the True Way, Mount Joy, and the Dark Wood (return) Figures: The Leopard, Lion, and She-Wolf (Three Beasts); Virgil Allusions: The Greyhound, The Aeneid

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The Middle Ages The Eleventh through the Fifteenth Centuries (but in no particular order) (does not include topics cover

The Middle Ages The Eleventh through the Fifteenth Centuries (but in no particular order) (does not include topics cover

The Middle Ages The Eleventh through the Fifteenth Centuries (but in no particular order) (does not include topics covered elsewhere). A Wonderful WAFL Webquest . Technological Innovations.

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The Inferno: Into the Inferno

The Inferno: Into the Inferno

The Inferno: Into the Inferno. Feraco Myth to Science Fiction 25 October 2012.

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Learn how monarchs gained power over nobles and the Church. Describe how William the Conqueror and Henry II strengthene

Learn how monarchs gained power over nobles and the Church. Describe how William the Conqueror and Henry II strengthene

Objectives. Learn how monarchs gained power over nobles and the Church. Describe how William the Conqueror and Henry II strengthened English royal power. Analyze the traditions of government that developed under King John and later English monarchs. Explain how strong monarchs unified France.

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Henry VIII and the Reformation in England

Henry VIII and the Reformation in England

Henry VIII and the Reformation in England. Politics and Dynastic Concerns. Rights of the Crown Against the Pope. Late medieval England had a well-earned reputation for maintaining the rights of the crown against the pope.

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Into the Inferno

Into the Inferno

Into the Inferno. Feraco Myth to Science Fiction 27 October 2011. History. Dante was born in late May or early June of 1265, under the constellation Gemini His mother would pass away five years later, with his father following roughly a decade later

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The Rise of Nations

The Rise of Nations

The Rise of Nations. More importantly– the rise of NATIONALISM. France and England Split. Multiple wars between Feudal States led France and England to emerge as individual nations No longer were they intertwined by nobles owning land in both regions. Magna Carta. June 15, 1215

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The Late Medieval Church

The Late Medieval Church

The Late Medieval Church. Who is the head of the Catholic Church? What was the influence of the Church on medieval Europe? Why did the Church have such power over people?. The Church (post-1200). The Catholic Church: Height of Power.

By skah
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The English Reformation

The English Reformation

The English Reformation. Henry VIII and the Reformation in England. Who was Henry and why was he concerned about the throne?.

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End of the Middle Ages

End of the Middle Ages

End of the Middle Ages. More food =. Population blew up from 38 to 74 million in only 300 years. Wind mills. Transition from two- field to three-field system. Three-field system. Beginning of the end. Fleas on Rats. Black Death. Yersinia pertis bacterium. This bacteria was

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The hundred years war and the plague

The hundred years war and the plague

The hundred years war and the plague. 14.4. Main idea and why it matters now. MI: In the 1300’s, Europe was torn apart by religious strife, the bubonic plague, and the Hundred Years War

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Dante’s Inferno

Dante’s Inferno

Dante’s Inferno. Dante Alighieri (1265 – 1321) Inferno completed in 1317 The Divine Comedy completed in 1321 Had an arranged marriage, but he was in love with another, his childhood sweetheart, Beatrice, who died in 1290. Dante and the Church

By allan
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Chapter 9: the late middle ages

Chapter 9: the late middle ages

Chapter 9: the late middle ages. AP Topics: 1.1 Changes in religious thought and culture 1.9 Changes in elite and popular culture. Relations Between Church and State in the Late Middle Ages. Church and state in the late middle ages. Pope Innocent III (1198-1216)

By cutler
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Lecture 27: 14 th C and Avignon

Lecture 27: 14 th C and Avignon

Lecture 27: 14 th C and Avignon. 31 October 2013 Dr. Ann T. Orlando. Introduction 14 th C. Historical Review Natural Disasters Avignon Papacy and Great Western Schism Interminable Wars The end of one era and the beginning of another. Review of 13 th C. Papacy

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Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri. By: Jennifer Delgado. Background Information. Simply known as Dante Born in 1265 in Florence, Italy Greatest work: Divine Comedy White Guelph Called “Father of the Italian Language”. The Divine Comedy. Written during Dante’s exile

By janice
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Medieval Europe

Medieval Europe

Medieval Europe. Prelude to the Modern Era . The Middle Ages. Feudal Society. Collapse of the Roman Empire. Outside invasions Fragmentation of Europe. Feudal Society. NATION = STATE = COUNTRY. What leads to the breakdown of feudal society and Christendom? .

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The Reformation and National Power 1500-1800

The Reformation and National Power 1500-1800

The Reformation and National Power 1500-1800. Section 1: The Catholic Church Lost Power. Key Terms. Great Schism Indulgences Boniface VIII 95 Theses (Pg. 386/389) Act of Supremacy Elizabeth I Counter Reformation Hapsburg Edict of Nantes Absolute Monarch Cardinal Richelieu

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THE HIGH AND LATE MIDDLE AGES

THE HIGH AND LATE MIDDLE AGES

Chapter 8. THE HIGH AND LATE MIDDLE AGES. Nobles and the Church had far more power – land Battle of Hastings English kings – Christmas day, 1066 William, Duke of Normandy. Monarchs, nobles and the church. Now the king of England, too Monitored his lands Domesday Book Royal exchequer.

By burton
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The Hundred Years’ War & The Plague

The Hundred Years’ War & The Plague

The Hundred Years’ War & The Plague. Chapter 14.4. Warm Up. What were the three main problems that the Church wanted to reform?. Lay investiture- process of nobles and kings appointing church officials Simony - selling church positions

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