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Chapter 19: Eastern Europe
Infrastructure
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
Ethnic Cleansing
Warsaw
A set of resources, like roads, airports, and factories, that…
Meets to discuss issues such as trade and immigration that af…
An effort to remove all members of a group from a country or…
The capital of Poland.
Infrastructure
A set of resources, like roads, airports, and factories, that…
Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
Meets to discuss issues such as trade and immigration that af…
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Chapter 19: Europe 1750 - 1900
Congress of Vienna
Crimean War
Declaration of the Rights of Men
Division of labor
(1814-1815 CE) Meeting of representatives of European monarch…
(1853-1856) Russian war against Ottomans for control of the B…
Statement of fundamental political rights adopted by the Fren…
A production process in which a worker or group of workers is…
Congress of Vienna
(1814-1815 CE) Meeting of representatives of European monarch…
Crimean War
(1853-1856) Russian war against Ottomans for control of the B…
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Chapter 19 Medieval Europe
fjord
missionary
concordat
role
a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
something that plays a part in a process
fjord
a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
missionary
people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
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Chapter 19--Medieval Europe
Domesday Book
Celts
King John
vassal
census taken in England by William the Conqueror
pushed into Ireland, Wales, and Scotland by the Angles and Sa…
signed the Magna Carta in 1215
noble who served a lord of a higher rank
Domesday Book
census taken in England by William the Conqueror
Celts
pushed into Ireland, Wales, and Scotland by the Angles and Sa…
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Chapter 19: Colonies for Europe
colony
slaves
ruling country
colony trade
an area controlled by another country
Europeans brought Africans to work in their colonies in the A…
the mother country; it controls its colonies; it makes money…
a colony can sell only to its mother country and can buy only…
colony
an area controlled by another country
slaves
Europeans brought Africans to work in their colonies in the A…
Chapter 19 Medievil Europe
The Franks
Charlemagne
Serfs
Vassal
During 400's C.E. settled in what is now France and western G…
King of the Franks who conquered much of Western Europe, grea…
A person who lived on and farmed a lords land in feudal times.
In the middle ages a noble who was usually given a land (fief…
The Franks
During 400's C.E. settled in what is now France and western G…
Charlemagne
King of the Franks who conquered much of Western Europe, grea…
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Chapter 19: Medieval Europe
fjord
missionary
concordat
feudalism
a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
political order; under feudalism, nobles governed and protect…
fjord
a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
missionary
people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
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Chapter 19: French Revolution and Napoleonic Europe
Bastille
Revolution
Liberty Equality Fraternity
American Revolution
This symbol of French absolutism and tyranny was famously sto…
"Why, this is a revolt." "No sire, it is a _____."
French revolutionary slogan
The success of the _____ proved to many Europeans that the li…
Bastille
This symbol of French absolutism and tyranny was famously sto…
Revolution
"Why, this is a revolt." "No sire, it is a _____."
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chapter 19- europe
hanseatic leauge
three estates
chivalry
guilds
german cities and towns that worked together to promote and p…
1. Church and Wealthy 2. Nobility 3. Peasantry divided french…
Code of conduct for knight and nobles during European dark ages
association of ppl of the same trade to protect mutual intere…
hanseatic leauge
german cities and towns that worked together to promote and p…
three estates
1. Church and Wealthy 2. Nobility 3. Peasantry divided french…
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Chapter 19 - The Increasing Influence of Europe (High Middle Ages)
Hanseatic League
Monetization
Guilds
Heresy
Bremen, Germany was its headquarters
The coining of a currency, printing bank notes done by centra…
The different communities within a city popular during the th…
A belief or opinion that is different from the orthodox relig…
Hanseatic League
Bremen, Germany was its headquarters
Monetization
The coining of a currency, printing bank notes done by centra…
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Chapter 19: The Expansion of Europe in the Eighteenth Century
open-field system
Three field rotations
Traditional village rights
Peasants
a system of village farming developed by peasants where the l…
helped keep fields fertile
reinforced traditional patterns of farming
were exploited in a number of ways, with those in Eastern Eur…
open-field system
a system of village farming developed by peasants where the l…
Three field rotations
helped keep fields fertile
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Chapter 19 Europe
Nationalism
Constitutional Monarchies
Colonialism
dual monarchy
strong pride in one's nation or ethnic group
when a king or a queen rules with ruling elected officials
a country controls land outside of its boundaries
one ruler rules two nations
Nationalism
strong pride in one's nation or ethnic group
Constitutional Monarchies
when a king or a queen rules with ruling elected officials
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Chapter 19: Central and Eastern Europe
Albania
Belarus
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Tirana
Minsk
Sarajevo
Sofia
Albania
Tirana
Belarus
Minsk
western europe chapter 19
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Eric the Red
Frederick Barbarossa
Henry IV
Most celebrated noblewoman of her day; known for her good man…
Leader of the Scadinavian seafarers.
Frederick I, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, policy sought…
Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire; known for his challenge to…
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Most celebrated noblewoman of her day; known for her good man…
Eric the Red
Leader of the Scadinavian seafarers.
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Chapter 19 Medieval Europe
trail jury
scholasticism
plague
concordat
a group of citizens that decides whether an accused person is…
a way of thinking that combined faith and reason
a disease that spreads quickly and kills many people
agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
trail jury
a group of citizens that decides whether an accused person is…
scholasticism
a way of thinking that combined faith and reason
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Chapter 19 The Expansion of Europe
Capitalists believed the shortcomings…
According to Adam Smith, government sh…
The increase in fertilizer was
Open field system
1. its inability to enforce quotas,... 2. its poor quality contr…
to defense against foreign invasion, maintenance of civil ord…
due to the increase in livestock, which provided more manure
village farming where land is divided into several large fiel…
Capitalists believed the shortcomings…
1. its inability to enforce quotas,... 2. its poor quality contr…
According to Adam Smith, government sh…
to defense against foreign invasion, maintenance of civil ord…
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Chapter 19, Medieval Europe
fuedalism
vassal
fief
serf
political system where nobles protected the people in return…
a low ranking noble
a piece of land
a member of the peasant class tied to the land or landowner
fuedalism
political system where nobles protected the people in return…
vassal
a low ranking noble
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Chapter 19: Medieval Europe
fjord
concordat
feudalism
vassal
narrow inlets of sea
an agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
a political and social system that developed during the Middl…
a lower ranking noble who served a lord
fjord
narrow inlets of sea
concordat
an agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
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Europe (Chapter 19) WHAP
I. The establishment of regional states
The Holy Roman Empire
Investiture contest
Frederick Barbarossa
...
Otto of Saxony rose in northern Germany by the mid-tenth cent…
Formerly, important church officials were appointed by imperi…
Sought to absorb Lombardy in north Italy. Papal coalition for…
I. The establishment of regional states
...
The Holy Roman Empire
Otto of Saxony rose in northern Germany by the mid-tenth cent…
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Chapter 19: Fifteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe
15th Century
Visitation Scene
Flight into Egypt Scene
Deposition Scene
-Rise of wealthy merchants.... -Individual accomplishment leads…
-Scene during which Mary visits Elizabeth (who is pregnant wi…
-Scene during which Mary escape into Egypt on a camel to avoi…
-Scene during which the body of Christ is taken down from the…
15th Century
-Rise of wealthy merchants.... -Individual accomplishment leads…
Visitation Scene
-Scene during which Mary visits Elizabeth (who is pregnant wi…
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Chapter 19 Monarchs of Europe
Maria Theresa
Pragmatic Sanction
Great Elector
Frederick William I
Took over the throne at 23 years old in 1740 after roman empe…
Statement by Charles VI urging European leaders to allow Mari…
Nickname for Frederick William, one of the greatest Hohenzoll…
Became king in 1713; ended most of his father's lavish spendi…
Maria Theresa
Took over the throne at 23 years old in 1740 after roman empe…
Pragmatic Sanction
Statement by Charles VI urging European leaders to allow Mari…
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Chapter 19: States in Europe
Investiture Controversy
Holy Roman Empire and rivals
Hugh Capet and Capetians
William of Normandy
1. conflict between the church and the state about who chose…
1. refusal to cooperate between HRE and church in fear of los…
1. king of France; attempted to establish centralized governm…
1. conquered and centralized England ... 2. following Norman kin…
Investiture Controversy
1. conflict between the church and the state about who chose…
Holy Roman Empire and rivals
1. refusal to cooperate between HRE and church in fear of los…
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Chapter 19: Colonies for Europe
colony
slaves
ruling country
colony trade
an area controlled by another country
Europeans brought Africans to work in their colonies in the A…
the mother country; it controls its colonies; it makes money…
a colony can sell only to its mother country and can buy only…
colony
an area controlled by another country
slaves
Europeans brought Africans to work in their colonies in the A…
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Chapter 19 Monarchs in Europe
Intendants
Thirty years war
Edict of Nantes
Divine rights
Regional administors and representatives of the crown in the…
War beginning in Prague in 1618 as a protestant rebellion aga…
Order that guarantees freedom of worship and political rights…
Belief that God chooses kings to rule nations
Intendants
Regional administors and representatives of the crown in the…
Thirty years war
War beginning in Prague in 1618 as a protestant rebellion aga…
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Chapter 19-The Expansion of Europe
In 1700 the idea of progress, of subst…
All of the following were problems for…
In order to push forward with the agri…
The new methods of the agricultural re…
Factory Work
drainage of marshlands throughout Europe
Small land owners ad Poor villagers
large common lands
In 1700 the idea of progress, of subst…
Factory Work
All of the following were problems for…
drainage of marshlands throughout Europe
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Chapter 19: Fifteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe
15th Century
Visitation Scene
Flight into Egypt Scene
Deposition Scene
-Rise of wealthy merchants.... -Individual accomplishment leads…
-Scene during which Mary visits Elizabeth (who is pregnant wi…
-Scene during which Mary escape into Egypt on a camel to avoi…
-Scene during which the body of Christ is taken down from the…
15th Century
-Rise of wealthy merchants.... -Individual accomplishment leads…
Visitation Scene
-Scene during which Mary visits Elizabeth (who is pregnant wi…
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Chapter 19 Modern Art: Europe and the Americas
Matisse, The Joy of Life (Expressionism)
Kandinsky, Improvisation 28 (Expressio…
Braque, Violin and Palette (Cubism)
Picasso, Glass and a Bottle of Suze (C…
Matisse, The Joy of Life (Expressionism)
Kandinsky, Improvisation 28 (Expressio…
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Chapter 19: 15th Century Art in Northern Europe
Claus Sluter, Well of Moses
Paul, Herman and Jean Limbourg, Tres R…
Ghent Alterpiece by Jan Van Eyck
Man in the Red Turban by Jan Van Eyck
...
Claus Sluter, Well of Moses
Paul, Herman and Jean Limbourg, Tres R…
...
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Chapter 19 Expansion of Europe, 1650-1800
Agricultural Revolution
Open Field System
Enclosure
Jethro Tull
17th and 18th centuries. peasants and artisans had about the…
system of farming that divided the land to be cultivated by t…
One of the fenced-in or hedged-in fields created by wealthy B…
(1674-1741), tried to develop better methods of farming throu…
Agricultural Revolution
17th and 18th centuries. peasants and artisans had about the…
Open Field System
system of farming that divided the land to be cultivated by t…
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Medieval Europe Chapter 19
What roles did seas, rivers, and mount…
How did Christianity help unite the di…
How did Christianity spread through Eu…
What were the results of the Battle of…
- Trading... - Source of Food... - Protection
- Education ... - Common belief
- Missionaries... - Clovis... - Attack of Muslims
Was to ensure that Christianity would remain Western Europe's…
What roles did seas, rivers, and mount…
- Trading... - Source of Food... - Protection
How did Christianity help unite the di…
- Education ... - Common belief
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Chapter 19: Fifteenth-Century Art in Northern Europe
15th Century
Visitation Scene
Flight into Egypt Scene
Deposition Scene
-Rise of wealthy merchants.... -Individual accomplishment leads…
-Scene during which Mary visits Elizabeth (who is pregnant wi…
-Scene during which Mary escape into Egypt on a camel to avoi…
-Scene during which the body of Christ is taken down from the…
15th Century
-Rise of wealthy merchants.... -Individual accomplishment leads…
Visitation Scene
-Scene during which Mary visits Elizabeth (who is pregnant wi…
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Chapter 19:Medieval Europe.
fjord
missionaries
concordat
fief
a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
a feudal estate belonging to a vassal
fjord
a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
missionaries
people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
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Chapter 19: Monarchs of Europe
Who took the throne in France in 1589
Henry IV
Why did Henry IV convert form being a…
What did Henry IV issue in order to pr…
Henry IV
- Took the throne in France in 1589... - The first monarch of th…
In order to promote peace between religions
Edict of Nantes
Who took the throne in France in 1589
Henry IV
Henry IV
- Took the throne in France in 1589... - The first monarch of th…
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Chapter 19: The Increasing Influence of Europe
Rising from the foundations laid durin…
The hallmarks of high medieval Europea…
These powerful states sometimes were o…
Other times the powerful were direct c…
Europe emerged from its long period of relative political ins…
consolidation and expansion, regional states, economic revita…
by local rulers and based on lord-retainer relationships, as…
as with the Norman invasion of England
Rising from the foundations laid durin…
Europe emerged from its long period of relative political ins…
The hallmarks of high medieval Europea…
consolidation and expansion, regional states, economic revita…
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Chapter 19: Monarchs of Europe
Henry IV
Edict of Nantes
What was the major issue Henry IV coul…
What did Duke of Sully do to help Henr…
First monarch of the House of Bourbons; Used to be a Huguenot…
Order that guaranteed freedom of worship and political rights…
Taxation, it was unfairly distributed and nobles and members…
Henry placed him to improve the tax system/ finances, he impr…
Henry IV
First monarch of the House of Bourbons; Used to be a Huguenot…
Edict of Nantes
Order that guaranteed freedom of worship and political rights…
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Eastern Europe Chapter 19
how long was Czech Republic under the…
Why did Hitler invade Czechoslovakia?
How long was the Czech Republic under…
what is the population of Czech Republ…
400 years
Because of the German and Jewish population
at least 40 years
10 million people
how long was Czech Republic under the…
400 years
Why did Hitler invade Czechoslovakia?
Because of the German and Jewish population
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Chapter 19: Medieval Europe
fjord
missionary
concordat
feudalism
a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
political order; under feudalism, nobles governed and protect…
fjord
a narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
missionary
people who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
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Chapter 19: Monarchs of Europe
Henry IV
Why did Henry IV convert form being a…
What did Henry IV issue in order to pr…
Edict of Nantes
- Took the throne in France in 1589... - The first monarch of th…
In order to promote peace between religions
Edict of Nantes
issued by Henry IV in order to protect religious freedom
Henry IV
- Took the throne in France in 1589... - The first monarch of th…
Why did Henry IV convert form being a…
In order to promote peace between religions
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Chapter 19 (Medieval Europe)
What type of group was the one that ov…
This religion strongly influenced soci…
What were the two biggest advantages t…
What separated the islands of Britain…
Germanic
Catholic Christianity
Protection and trade
The English Channel
What type of group was the one that ov…
Germanic
This religion strongly influenced soci…
Catholic Christianity
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Chapter 19 The Increasing Influence of Europe
holy roman empire
william the conqueror
agricultural growth
guild
Otto of Saxony takes advantage of decline of Carolingian Empi…
1027-1087 Norman king in 1066 he defeated Harold, the Anglo-S…
increased land use & increased productivity
A medieval organization of crafts workers or trades people.
holy roman empire
Otto of Saxony takes advantage of decline of Carolingian Empi…
william the conqueror
1027-1087 Norman king in 1066 he defeated Harold, the Anglo-S…
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Chapter 19 vocabulary: medieval Europe
Fjord
Missionary
Concordat
Feudalism
A narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes.
People who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
Agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country.
Political order; under feudalism, nobles governed and protect…
Fjord
A narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes.
Missionary
People who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
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Chapter 19 Terms Medieval Europe
Fjord
Missionaries
Concordant
Feudalism
A narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
People who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
Agreement between the pope and the ruler of a country
Political order; nobles governed be protected people in retur…
Fjord
A narrow inlet of the sea between cliffs or steep slopes
Missionaries
People who are sent by a religious organization to spread the…
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Chapter 19 Increasing influence of Europe
Charlemagne
Magyars
Vassals
Heavy plows
-first emperor in western Europe since the collapse of the We…
-nation and ethnic group who speak Hungarian
-person who has entered into a mutual obligation to a lord or…
-one of the biggest reasons for the increased European agricu…
Charlemagne
-first emperor in western Europe since the collapse of the We…
Magyars
-nation and ethnic group who speak Hungarian
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Euro Chapter 19- Expansion of Europe
Agricultural REvoluton
Proletarianization
Jethro Tull
price revolution
17th century, resulted in massive increase in food for the pe…
Transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers into…
suggested the use of horses instead of oxen, drilled seed ins…
period when powers brought metals from the American colonies
Agricultural REvoluton
17th century, resulted in massive increase in food for the pe…
Proletarianization
Transformation of large numbers of small peasant farmers into…
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Chapter 19 Medieval Europe Sect. 1 and 2
After the fall of the Roman Empire in…
Who are the Germanic people living in…
Who was the Frankish mayor who wanted…
Who defeated the Muslims at the Battle…
Western Europe was divided into many kingdoms
Franks
Charles Martel
Martel and the Franks in AD 732
After the fall of the Roman Empire in…
Western Europe was divided into many kingdoms
Who are the Germanic people living in…
Franks
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Chapter 19 The Increasing Influence of Europe
Battle of Manzikert
Bogomils
Capetian
Cathars
A battle between the Byzantine Empire and Seljuk Turks (Musli…
bulgarian group that believed in rejecting the material world…
early french dynasty that started with hugh capet
medieval heretics who considered the material world evil, fol…
Battle of Manzikert
A battle between the Byzantine Empire and Seljuk Turks (Musli…
Bogomils
bulgarian group that believed in rejecting the material world…
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Chapter 19- Medieval Europe
Peninsula
Anglo-Saxons
Clovis
Charles Martel
A piece of land surrounded by water
they founded many small kingdoms- they also halted the Viking…
he became king of the franks- a few years later he became the…
became mayor of the Palace
Peninsula
A piece of land surrounded by water
Anglo-Saxons
they founded many small kingdoms- they also halted the Viking…
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Chapter 19 influence of Europe
Otto of Saxony
Hugh Capet
William of Normandy
Iberian peninsula
Rose in northern Germany by the mid-tenth century
Lasted three centuries. Hugh Capet was the first "King of the…
Invaded England in 1066. Introduced Norman style of political…
The Iberian Peninsula, commonly called Iberia, is t
Otto of Saxony
Rose in northern Germany by the mid-tenth century
Hugh Capet
Lasted three centuries. Hugh Capet was the first "King of the…
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Chapter 19 - The Increasing Influence of Europe
Norman adventurers and other European…
Turkish peoples (Saljuk Turks) invaded…
Otto I
Pope John XII
challenges from the west:
challenges from the east:
king in northern Germany, first emperor of Holy Roman Empire
proclaimed Otto I emperor
Norman adventurers and other European…
challenges from the west:
Turkish peoples (Saljuk Turks) invaded…
challenges from the east:
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