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History
Course
HISTORY 2DD3
Professor
Bernice Kaczynski
Semester
Fall

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Reading Notes 11/7/2013 10:44:00 AM Western Sources 1-14 Europe: Land and People 1. Land, Climate, Crops  Open to settlement from invaders  Winters were moderately cool and wet  Summers were very dry and hot  Not much timber or forests  Soil did erode  North Alp and further were colder, soil changed there  Northern areas had many mountains, and though colder had many minerals 2. Inhabitants: Early Europeans  They were Neanderthals  Balkan, Celts, Scottish came in 212-229 The Reform of the Church -During this time powers were 11 thcentury Muslim Cordoba, Muslim Cairo, and eastern orthodox Constantinople -After the 9thcentury there was corruption after Charlemagne -Wanted to establish Pope as the only one to dismiss Bishops -Also wanted to establish canon law and differentiate secular lands and church laws -The “False Decretals” were forged documents mixed with canon law said to be written by famous popes that affirmed that only popes could dismiss bishops and establish secular law  These were incorporated into many later collections of canon law  Due to invaders Popes were leaders of the Church and civil leaders but the nobles comman
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