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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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3rd Class

3rd Class

3rd Class. Start Audio Recording Attendance Sheet Handouts Slides Agenda Review Later history of English Constitutional Law Introduction to Criminal Law Rex v. Hugh Smith, De Republica Reading for next class Throckmorton

By bina
(198 views)

Background to “A Knight’s Tale”

Background to “A Knight’s Tale”

Background to “A Knight’s Tale”. By Geoffrey Chaucer. Geoffrey Chaucer.

By beyla
(225 views)

Chapter 8-1 Royal Power Grows

Chapter 8-1 Royal Power Grows

Chapter 8-1 Royal Power Grows. Power Shifts. So far, the power has been very divided in Medieval Europe. Feudal Lords, Nobles, Kings, and the Church all imposed taxes and made the laws. These often contradicted or overlapped each other.

By loman
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The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales. A Little Help From Shmoop.com and Sparknotes.com. Terms to know…. The Canterbury Tales: General Prologue & Frame Story Summary . How It All Goes Down

By vaughan
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Vocabulary to know- Shape of a typical Gothic church – cross Nave – long center aisle

Vocabulary to know- Shape of a typical Gothic church – cross Nave – long center aisle

Vocabulary to know- Shape of a typical Gothic church – cross Nave – long center aisle Transept- “arms” of the cross Choir – beyond the transept “Head” of the cross Aisles – either side of the Nave. Nave is taller than the aisles due to the clerestory windows

By gale
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The Medieval Era

The Medieval Era

The Medieval Era. 1066 - 14856. The Norman Conquest. Led by William, Duke of Normandy, the Normans (from France) invaded in the year 1066. The King of England was killed in the Battle of Hastings, and William emerged victorious.

By darcie
(189 views)

The Dark Ages

The Dark Ages

The Dark Ages. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsHSbBxjAOk. The High Middle Ages 1050-1450 - England. William The Conqueror – Through war he attained the crown of England. Extended firm control – Domesday Book - Census Granted fiefs to the Church and Lords Built several castles

By jud
(158 views)

Thomas becket

Thomas becket

Thomas becket. St Thomas Becket enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury from a Nottingham Alabaster in the Victoria & Albert Museum. Nottingham Alabaster panel depicting the return of St Thomas Becket from exile, in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

By shea
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The Lion in Winter

The Lion in Winter

The Lion in Winter. The Public Good in Private Lives. Question…. What does the Lion in Winter suggest about the following in the medieval aristocratic culture of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries?. Marriage Annulment Government Sex Alliances Diplomacy Religion War

By tamarr
(157 views)

Medieval Period (1066-1485) Historical Background

Medieval Period (1066-1485) Historical Background

Medieval Period (1066-1485) Historical Background. The Norman Conquest. Edward the Confessor died in 1066. He has no heir. Harold II is named as his successor by a council of elders. William of Normandy claims that Edward promised him the throne.

By nitza
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Religion During the Medieval Period

Religion During the Medieval Period

Religion During the Medieval Period. Jamie Campbell 2 nd period. The Churches . The main religion during medieval times was the Roman Catholic Church. The head of the church was the Pope. The church was the seat of learning during the Middle Ages. It also helped bring peace to Europe.

By shasta
(133 views)

What are these people famous for?

What are these people famous for?

What are these people famous for?. Queen Bertha. King Aethelbert. Christianity in Britain. How did it all begin?. St. Martins Church. New words. Archbishop Priest Shrine Monk Chapel Pagan Catholic Protestant Church Pope. Who was Thomas Becket?. A teacher An archbishop A knight.

By hina
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Rise of Democracy: The English Model

Rise of Democracy: The English Model

Rise of Democracy: The English Model. Creating a Set of Laws. No universal set of law during early middle ages in Western Europe The Eastern Empire (Byzantine Empire) tried to preserve Roman law Emperor Justinian (527-565) ordered the study and codification of existing law codes.

By lemuel
(135 views)

Magna Carta

Magna Carta

Magna Carta. Quiz. What does the “Magna Carta ” literally mean? Between 400-500 AD, what two Germanic tribes settled in England? William the Conqueror conducted a census of England and recorded it all in the ___________ Book.

By lise
(149 views)

Chapter 9: Emerging Europe and the Byzantine Empire

Chapter 9: Emerging Europe and the Byzantine Empire

The Impact Today: Ancient Rome literary works exist today because they were copied by monks. The influence of English common law is seen in our American legal system. Byzantine architecture inspired building styles in eastern Europe and Southwest Asia.

By ada
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PLANTAGENET KINGS 1154-1485

PLANTAGENET KINGS 1154-1485

PLANTAGENET KINGS 1154-1485. The Plantagenet Kings include those of the Houses of Anjou, Lancaster, and York. What were the legacies of the Angevin English monarchs? How did the actions of the Angevin monarchs shape the development of Parliament and an English nation?

By fisseha
(388 views)

 Starter 	Study the source on your desk and discuss the questions that accompany it.

 Starter Study the source on your desk and discuss the questions that accompany it.

A painting of Becket’s murder by a fifteenth century German artist.  Starter Study the source on your desk and discuss the questions that accompany it. How similar or different is the written source from this picture and why?.  Key words: excommunicate archbishop.

By gabby
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Magna Carta

Magna Carta

Magna Carta. Quiz. What does the “Magna Carta ” literally mean? Between 400-500 AD, what two Germanic tribes settled in England? William the Conqueror conducted a census of England and recorded it all in the ___________ Book.

By janae
(174 views)

Gothic Architecture

Gothic Architecture

Gothic Cathedrals Observation of Architecture: What do Gothic Cathedrals say about the Roman Catholic Church? Comment on the interior, exterior, details, windows, etc. Write one paragraph using 2-3 examples to support your statement. Gothic Architecture. High Middle Ages.

By chacha
(253 views)

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