Western Europe after the fall of rome

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.
  • The End
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