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Chapter 15 Section 1

Chapter 15

Why did Charlemagne want the title 'emperor'? He protected many popes and others
Who helped Pope Leo the third? Charlemagne helped Pope Leo the third
What were Gregory VII's ideas about his power? Gregory had power because many people believed him when he preached
What two things did Charlemagne help Pope Leo? He protected and defended him
How did popes try to establish authority over kings? Popes were the highest ones in the villages then were the kings
Between what century did the Hastings happen? The 10th and the 11th century
Who won after the war? King William won
Who was crowned after fighting across Europe? William was crowned
What did king William introduce? A feudal system
What language became the language of law, culture, and government? French and Latin.
Created by: juanr12