Textbook Notes for HIST 2200 at University of Guelph (U OF G)

U OF GHIST 2200Susannah FerreiraFall

Roman Empire and Germanic Peoples

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Took the learning of the ancient greeks and transformed it into their own version and then transmitted it to us. Took the philosophy of plato and arist
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U OF GHIST 2200Susannah FerreiraFall

HIST 2200 Chapter Notes -Dialectic, W. M. Keck Observatory, Cistercians

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U OF GHIST 2200Susannah FerreiraFall

HIST 2200 Chapter Notes -Cistercians, Investiture Controversy, Dictatus Papae

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1st western monasticist: gaul on the other hand was uncivilized, had peasant farmers scattered around the land, peasantry was pagan mainly, monks here
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U OF GHIST 2200Susannah FerreiraFall

HIST 2200 Chapter Notes -Romulus Augustulus, Bombyx Mori, Military Science

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23 Nov 2011
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Emperor xeno took control in the east after the death of romulus augustus. Entered into alliance with theoderic and the. Long rule allowed for accompli
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U OF GHIST 2200Heather ParkerFall

Chapter 5 Summary .doc

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Chapter 5 - division, invasion and reorganization, c 800 - 1000. In 843 the kingdom was divided among his grandsons and even further divisions only ser
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U OF GHIST 2200PereirraFall

HIST 2200 Chapter Notes -Capitulary, Mozarabs, Pope Leo Iii

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After the outbreak of the plague of justinian, an upswing in population, land cultivation, and general prosperity arose. Byzantium : an empress took th
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U OF GHIST 2200Susannah FerreiraFall

The Rise of Islam

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U OF GHIST 2200Susannah FerreiraFall

HIST 2200 Chapter Notes -Barter, Feudalism, Alcuin

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U OF GHIST 2200Susannah FerreiraFall

HIST 2200 Chapter Notes -Mithraism, Mother Goddess, Migration Period

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Roman empire tolerant of all religious beliefs. Allowed spread of ideas and helped maintain unity across the empire. Rome took greek deities and added
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U OF GHIST 2200PereirraFall

September 10TH 2013 readings.docx

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9 Dec 2013
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Prelude: the roman world transformed (c. 300 c. 600) The roman empire wrapped around the mediterranean sea and enveloped what is today spain, England,
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U OF GHIST 2200PereirraFall

HIST 2200 Chapter Notes -Ottonian Dynasty, Partible Inheritance, Efflorescence

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9 Dec 2013
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Centralized gov. of the 9th c. dissolved in the 10th. Western europe: carolingian kings ceased to control land and men. In byzantium- the primacy of th
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U OF GHIST 2200PereirraFall

chapter two readings.docx

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9 Dec 2013
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Rise of islam in the arabic world and triumph over territories in the 7th and 8thc. that before had been dominated by rome or persia. Persistence of th
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