Western Europe after the fall of rome
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Rome collapsed in the late fifth century. 500-1450 was known as the medieval ages. The medieval ages came from the latin words medium/middle and aevum which means age.
Europe contained many kingdoms. they were all small and they fought eachother.
During this period of recovery, several important ideas on how to keep things in control came up: feudalism, knighthood, and manorialism. Feudalism was a system of governing people based on loyalty. This loyalty went upward, almost like a pyramid. The lower classes were loyal to the noble classes, the noble classes to the king, and the king was loyal to the teachings of Christianity.
The Romans no longer ruled the area. The area was ruled by other known as the Celts, Franks, Saxons, Angles, Visigoths, and Jutes, to list a few-to be barbarians. Therefore not roman.
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