ORIGINS OF THE MIDDLE AGE - Coggle Diagram
ORIGINS OF THE MIDDLE AGE
The end of the roman empire
395 ⇾ The Empire is divided in two parts with two emperors.
410 ⇾ Sack of Rome by the Visigoth king Alaric.
429 ⇾ Year of the Tricipitino and Fidenas Consulate.
452-453 ⇾ The Huns invade Italy.
476 ⇾ Odoacor declares Romulus Augustus as the last emperor.
568 ⇾ The Germanic tribe invaded the western Roman empire.
324 ⇾ Solitary rule of Constantine I as the sole Roman emperor.
313 ⇾ Christianity is declared legal.
Who were the visigoths?
4th century ⇾ The Visigoths entered the Roman Empire to escape from the Huns.
410 ⇾ The Visigoths attacked Rome.
6th century ⇾ The Franks expelled the Visigoths
from Gaul. The Visigoths went to the Iberian peninsula and made their own kingdom, they also named Toledo as their capital.
6th and 7th centuries ⇾ The Visigothic kingdom reached its perfection and became Catholic.
7th century ⇾ Kings and nobles peeled several times.
711 ⇾ The Visigothic kingdom disappeared
after the Muslim muslims invaded us.
The Carolingian Empire
After the Roman empire disappeared, the Franks headed for France.
Charles Martel was a palace mayor who defeated the Muslims in the battle of tours (732)
Pippin the Short:
Pippin the Short was the son of Charles Martel. He was defeated in the last Frankish monarch and made king
He is the son of Pippin the Short:
Luois the Pious emperor
Feudalism is a system in which a lord and a vassal establish dependency commitments. The lord is the owner of the land and the vassal is a farmer.
possession of the land
Need for defense
Fields to live
The farms were organized by gentlemen who have
the land and the peasants who worked them.