HIST 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Louis The German, Feudalism, Salian Dynasty

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2/7/2017
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CHARLEMAGNE-
Matters because of his reforms and his renaissancestate in European identity
Carolingian Renaissance
Educational reforms (blum and Dudley)
Monastic and cathedral schools-very little progress
Baseline for what later becomes schools
Not places of learned before, attract people for that learning
Standardization of Latin being taught in these schools
Type of script? Standardized Latin
LEWIS-
“o of Charleage otiues his father’s poliies
Gives everything to his sons, Charles, louis, lothair
CHARLES-
LOUIS THE GERMAN-
LOTHAIR ITALY AND SOME MORE-
Oldest son, holy roman emperor and king
Has the trade route of two rivers: the reason ceasar conquered gall
Rhine river
Rhone river
Quee Bruthilda targeted those riers eause that’s here the ealth as
Everything they carried was assessed for dues and taxes that then go to king.
If you control the trade route, you control the taxes
Territory fought over during WWI and WWII-hilter tried to secure
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