ch13 sec1

50 %
50 %
Information about ch13 sec1

Published on February 14, 2008

Author: Semprone


Slide2:  Preview Starting Points Map: Europe Main Idea / Reading Focus Building an Empire A New Society Quick Facts: Charlemagne’s Achievements Charlemagne’s Empire Slide3:  Click the icon to play Listen to History audio. Click the icon below to connect to the Interactive Maps. Slide4:  Reading Focus How did Charlemagne and the Carolingians build the Frankish empire? How did Charlemagne’s actions contribute to shaping a new society? Main Idea Through conquest and social change, Charlemagne tied much of western Europe together in a single empire. Charlemagne’s Empire Slide5:  Powerful Kingdom Crowning of Charlemagne a surprise, but not random decision His predecessors, the kings of the Franks, worked for 200 years to make kingdom most powerful in Europe Early Carolingians One of first Carolingians to gain power, Charlemagne’s grandfather Charles Martel, political adviser, war leader for Frankish king Led Frankish army in many crushing defeats of opponents, notably Muslims Frankish Empire By 800s Franks ruled much of western, central Europe Leaders most influential in expansion of Franks all belonged to one family—Charlemagne’s family, the Carolingians Building an Empire Slide6:  Charlemagne’s Rise to Power Charlemagne, Old French for Charles the Great Name proved accurate, Charlemagne a great leader Historically considered one of most important leaders in European history Foundation of success, his military power Pippin Charles’s son, Pippin III, also skilled leader; won many battles, captured new lands for Franks Became first king of Carolingian dynasty, 751 Upon death, 768, Pippin passed kingdom to son, ruler known today as Charlemagne Slide7:  Military Power Slide8:  Helping the Pope Slide9:  Powerful Charlemagne had tremendous power as emperor Empire large, not easy to rule; changes made government efficient, effective Established permanent capital at Aachen, in what is now Germany Oversight Inspectors kept tabs on Charlemagne’s counts Rewarded counts who did jobs well, punished those who did not Inspectors helped ensure counts remained loyal, empire was well run Delegating Authority Built huge palace, cathedral to reflect own greatness Chose counts, officials to help rule parts of empire in his name Counts bound to obey, granted large tracts of land, given much authority Charlemagne’s Rule Slide10:  Summarize How did Charlemagne turn his kingdom into an empire? Answer(s): strong warrior; restored the pope to power; provided stability and order; barons helped him rule Slide11:  Although Charlemagne is known mostly as a warrior and a political leader, he also made sweeping changes to Frankish society. A New Society Slide12:  In addition to improving education, Charlemagne wanted to preserve, spread Christian teachings Worked closely with church to create unified Christian empire Used force to accomplish, ordered those he conquered to convert to Christianity under penalty of death Sent monks to live among conquered to help Christianity take root Religion Slide14:  Find the Main Idea How did Charlemagne change society in his empire? Answer(s): built an education system, preserved ancient writings, expanded religion, developed single law code

Add a comment

Related presentations

Related pages

Ch.13, Sec.1 Vocabulary (The North) flashcards | Quizlet

Vocabulary words for Ch.13, Sec.1 Vocabulary (The North). Includes studying games and tools such as flashcards.
Read more

Ch13-Sec1 - Welcome to Emine Yasemen Kaya-Cekin's Webpage!

Welcome to Emine Yasemen Kaya-Cekin's Webpage! Search this site. Home. Research. Resume. Teaching. Calculus II. ... Ch13-Sec1. Vector Fields. a constant ...
Read more

Search › ch13 sec1 life | Quizlet

If you're having trouble, want to report a bug, provide a suggestion, or just want to say hello — please fill out the form below.
Read more

Ch.13, Sec 1 - YouTube

Ch. 13 sec. 1 Textbook Talkie: Western Europe after the Fall of Rome Stuff - Duration: 11:21. mrharrisonwldhist 449 views. 11:21 Chapter 13 ...
Read more

(sCEE271-ch13-sec1-4.pdf) - Computational Environmental ...

PROCEDURE FOR ANALYSIS (continued) Equation of Motion • If the forces can be resolved directly from the free-body diagram (often the case in 2-D problems ...
Read more

Ch 13 Sec 1 by Blane Miller on Prezi

Ch 13 Sec 1 New York Stock Market Crash Causes of the Great Depression Deepening Depression - The few thousand that remained behind to keep advocating for ...
Read more

CEE 271: Applied Mechanics II, Dynamics Lecture 7: Ch.13 ...

CEE 271: Applied Mechanics II, Dynamics – Lecture 7: Ch.13, Sec.1–4– Prof. Albert S. Kim Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Hawaii at ...
Read more

EXAMPLE 2 Standardized Test Practic e 131 Use Trigonometr y

131 Use Trigonometr y * ^ # * with Right Triangle s • Key Vocabulary ' sine ' cosine tangent 'cosecant 'secant • cotangen t Mathematical Analysis: 12.0
Read more

Country Dictator Ideology - Glencoe/McGraw-Hill

Glencoe Click inside a text area, then begin typing. Don’t forget to print your organizer when you finish. Name: Date: Directions: Organizing Use the ...
Read more

No Slide Title - Lower Cape May Regional School District

Title: No Slide Title Last modified by: demers Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) Other titles: Arial Times Arial Unicode MS Symbol Custom ...
Read more