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Medieval Monarch
One ruler among many, struggled for influence over the church and feudal lords
Nation States
common language, common traditions
Monarchs - accomplishments
royal courts over feudal courts
financial system
standing army
alliance with middle class
Emperors vs. Popes
Romans brought Christianity to England
Western Edge of Europe
British Isles
British Isles
First part known as Britain
Celts
INDO EUROPEAN TRIBES
700BC
ROMANS
Celts began to leave original home
Julius Caesar
landed legions in Britain
43AD
Claudius conquered Britain
Anglo Saxons and Brutes
Artorius or Arthur
St. Patrick
Ireland
Irish Monks
Traveled to England
Columba
Picts- were influenced by Columba
Traveled to Inverness
Iona - in Scotland (Western Coast)
Iona
Center of Monastacism in Scotland
Gregory
sent Augustine in 597
Walked to Canturbury
Anglo Saxons and Jutes
converted by Augustine
Alfred the Great
King of Wessex
Purchased a truce from Danes
Danes
Conquered almost all of England 9th Century
878
Alfred defeated the Danes
Alfred Civil Affairs
Collected Laws and made code
supported education
latin to vernacular
Anglo Saxon Chronicle
- placed in Cathedral
Government
Brought all of England into control
Shires - Earl
Thegn-Ruled Hundred
Reeve- presided over court system
--collected revenues for king and then established justice
Shire Reeve
Brought justice to land
doomsman
compurgation-others prove good character
wager of battle
trial by ordeal