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Ch 11: AP World History - Early Middle Ages: Homework Help

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The Early Middle Ages chapter of this AP World History Homework Help course helps students complete their Early Middle Ages homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your Early Middle Ages homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your Early Middle Ages homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Feudalism
  • Charlemagne and the Holy Roman Empire
  • The Divine Right to Rule concept
  • The history of monasticism
  • Carolingian architecture and art
  • The Vikings
  • Armored knights
  • The use of the crossbow
  • The establishment of manors
  • The decline of the Byzantine Empire

13 Lessons in Chapter 11: AP World History - Early Middle Ages: Homework Help
Feudalism: Charlemagne and the Holy Roman Empire

1. Feudalism: Charlemagne and the Holy Roman Empire

This lesson explains the rule of Charlemagne and his control over the Holy Roman Empire. It highlights his many military conquests and his divine rights as king, while also focusing on the role feudalism played before, during, and after his reign.

Charlemagne's Holy Roman Empire and the Divine Right to Rule

2. Charlemagne's Holy Roman Empire and the Divine Right to Rule

This lesson will explore the rule of Charlemagne and his exercise of the divine right of kings. It will highlight his reign as Holy Roman Emperor, focusing on his military conquests and his cultural reforms.

Monasticism from St. Benedict to Cluny

3. Monasticism from St. Benedict to Cluny

This lesson will trace the history of Western monasticism from Benedict to Cluny. It will focus on the Benedictine rule while also highlight monastic contributions to society.

Carolingian Art: History, Style & Characteristics

4. Carolingian Art: History, Style & Characteristics

This lesson covers the art of the Carolingian Renaissance. We'll explore the causes of the Carolingian Renaissance, then see how the art of illumination was adapted for new uses. Then we'll discuss treasure bindings and finish with a quick survey of the few other surviving forms of Carolingian art.

Carolingian Architecture: Style, Characteristics & Examples

5. Carolingian Architecture: Style, Characteristics & Examples

This lesson covers Carolingian architecture. We first look at Charlemagne's place in a long tradition of imperial builders. We then look at features that distinguish Carolingian churches from early Christian churches: piers, transepts, choirs and westworks. Finally, we explore the blueprint of a Carolingian monastery.

History of the Vikings

6. History of the Vikings

This lesson covers the history of the Vikings. We examine the Viking longships and their role in raids. Then we explore the impact these raids had on European history. Next we look at some of the other things the Vikings did besides raiding.

The Technology Behind the Armored Knight

7. The Technology Behind the Armored Knight

This lesson looks at the technology behind the armored knight. We'll follow the development of medieval armor and the development of the saddle. Finally, we'll look at the implications of this expensive form of warfare.

The Return of the Crossbow and its Implications for Europe

8. The Return of the Crossbow and its Implications for Europe

This lesson looks at the return of the crossbow to Medieval Europe. The relative cost of crossbows to armored knights is explored, as are the socioeconomic repercussions of each.

Order From Chaos: Establishing Stability through Feudal Ties and Manors

9. Order From Chaos: Establishing Stability through Feudal Ties and Manors

This lesson will explore the impact of feudalism on European society. While explaining the system of feudalism, it will highlight how it offered protection and stability to Europe, specifically after the 5th century fall of Rome.

The Slow Decline of the Byzantine Empire

10. The Slow Decline of the Byzantine Empire

This lesson will explore the slow decline of the Byzantine Empire. It will highlight internal instability and outside invasion as two of the major factors that led to the 1453 fall of Constantinople and the empire.

Russian Boyar: Definition & Overview

11. Russian Boyar: Definition & Overview

Learn all about the Kievan and Muscovite boyars, the noblemen of the Slavic countries and Russia's equivalent of Western Europe's knights. Then take the quiz and see what you learned.

What is Witchcraft? - Definition, History & Types

12. What is Witchcraft? - Definition, History & Types

The idea of witchcraft is ubiquitous throughout human history and culture. Explore the meaning, history, and significance of witchcraft, and test your understanding of witchcraft and magic across various cultures and moments in history.

Who was Charlemagne? - Biography, Family Tree & Accomplishments

13. Who was Charlemagne? - Biography, Family Tree & Accomplishments

Charlemagne was the first Holy Roman Emperor. His empire covered much of modern France, Germany, and northern Italy. He was a soldier and a learned man. He also owned an elephant.

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