Origins of the Middle Ages - Coggle Diagram
Origins of the Middle Ages
1-The end of the Roman Empire
: Division of the Roman Empire into two parts.
: Rome was invaded by the Visigoths.
: Constantinopolis was declared the new capital.
: Romulus Augustus was dethroned.
: Christianity was declared legal.
Lands of a Gentelman.
9th and 10th
Centuries in Western Europe.
Division of territories.
Sack and destroy.
They conquered territories of Western Europe.
In the 9th and 10th Centuries:
Invasion of the normans and the vikings.
Lords and Vessals.
9th and 10th Centuries
in Western Europe.
Social, economical and political system.
2- The Visigoths
: Honorius asked the Visigoths to expel the Germanic Tribes from the Iberian Peninsula. In exchange they recived lands in south-east Gaul.
6th and 7th century
: They went to the Iberian Pensinsula, the capital was Toledo. They became Catholic.
: Visigoths attacked Rome.
: Muslims invaded the Visigothic Kingdom.
Endof the 4th Century
: they entered into the Roman Empire.
3- The Carolingian Empire
Charlemagne conquered the Western Roam Empire and took territories from the Iberian Peninsula.
Charlemagne became the Emperor of the West and divided the empire into countries.
: The son of Charles Martel, Pippin the Short, became a king.
Frankish Kingdom was established in France and handed power over to Major of Palace.
The Division of the Empire
Charlesmagne's Kingdom was divided amoung his sons: Charles, Louis and Lothair.
Charlesmagne divided the empire into countries and apointed military governors to control the marches or areas near the borders.
: They signed the Teatry of Verdun which confirmed the division of the Empire.