3 Ch. 13:1 Mediterranean Europe 1. Around, 2000 B.C. people moved into the Balkan Peninsula and built. villages Eventually these people formed, city-states political units made up of a city and its. surroundings 2. The city-state of Athens established the first. democracy Beginning in 336 B.c., the Macedonian Alexander the Great conquered Persia and part of India. 3. Another Mediterranean state,, Rome ruled most of the Italian Peninsula by 275 B.C. Rome was a, republic a government in which citizens elect representatives to rule for them.
4 Μέγας Αλέξανδρος Alexander the Great B.C.
6 The Conquest of Alexander the Great B.C.
7 Location of the Greek city-states
8 The Parthenon in Athens
9 The Parthenon was part of a larger complex called the Acropolis, which overlooks Athens, Greece
10 Map of Ancient Rome
11 Structures of Ancient Rome still exist
12 The Coliseum in Rome
13 4. By the late A.D. 300s, Rome had grown into a, huge empire and Christianity had become Rome s official. religion The Western Roman Empire fell in 476 A.D., and Italy became divided into several small. states 5. A renewed interest in learning & the arts called the Renaissance began about 1300 and lasted until around However, in 1347 the plague reached Italy from Asia and killed millions of people. 6. Meanwhile in Spain, Muslims controlled parts of the Iberian Peninsula for more than 700 years. However, Catholic rulers Ferdinand and Isabella retook Spain from the Muslims in 1492.
14 On the right is an image of Pope Paul VII, (Rome A.D.)
15 San Angelo in Perugia, Italy - an early Christian church from the 5 th or 6 th century A.D.
16 Examples of Renaissance Art
17 Examples of Renaissance Architecture
18 The Bubonic Plague A.D. caused approx. 25 million deaths (about 1/3 of Europe s population)
20 The Alhambra Palace in Granada reflects the Muslim/Arabic heritage of Spain
21 King Ferdinand & Queen Isabella retook Spain from the Muslims in They expelled them, as well as the Jews, from Spain. (Muslims had controlled all, or part, of the Iberian Peninsula for 700 years.)
22 7. In 1492, these rulers paid for Christopher Columbus first voyage, though Portugal had already sent out many voyages of. exploration 8. Mediterranean Europe has a rich cultural heritage and many of its buildings such as the Parthenon in Greece show classical architectural. styles 9. The economies of this European region have shifted more toward. manufacturing For centuries the Mediterranean economy has been based on fishing and. agriculture
23 The Voyages of Christopher Columbus
24 Mediterranean Europe is rich in classical art and architecture
25 10. Mediterranean Europe has also had its share of. political turmoil Two dictators, Franco in Spain and Mussolini in Italy, ruled for long periods. In addition, the Basques want complete independence from Spain and have used violence to fight for it.
26 Francisco Franco was a cruel dictator who led Spain from The Spanish Civil War took place during his rule. Benito Mussolini was the dictator who led Italy from He used torture and propaganda during his rule. He was an ally of Hitler.
27 The Basques are an ethnic group that wants complete independence from Spain.
28 The Basques live in the foothills of the Pyrenees Mts. They have used violence and terror to bring attention to their cause for independence.
29 Western Europe
31 Ch. 13:2 Western Europe By 50 B.C., the Roman Empire had conquered the Celtic tribes in what is now. France But they never fully conquered the Germanic tribes that lived in the lands east of France. In the late A.D. 700s, Charlemagne conquered most of the Germanic region. His kingdom soon fell apart after his death and Western Europe remained a region of small, competing. kingdoms In 1517, Martin Luther published 95 statements that criticized the practices of the Roman Catholic Church. This began the, Reformation a time when various protestant churches were formed.
32 Charlemagne , was both Emperor and King of the Franks. Today both France and Germany look to him as a founding figure of their countries. Charlemagne also invented school.
33 The Roman Empire and the Germanic Tribes
34 On October 31, 1517, according to traditional accounts, Luther's 95 Theses were nailed to the door of the Castle Church as an open invitation to debate them.
36 political After Rome fell in Europe, a system called feudalism developed in which powerful lords owned most of the. land Eventually, strong kings gained power over feudal lords & nationalism evolved. In 1789, the French began to rebel against their powerful king; this rebellion is called the. French Revolution From 1600 to 1945, the nation-sates of Germany and France became strong. rivals In the early 20 th century, this rivalry lead to a global conflict called. World War I German resentment over their loss in World War I helped to cause another conflict called. World War II During this war, the Nazis carried out the, Holocaust a program of mass murder of European. Jews
37 Feudalism was a system of rights & privileges
38 The French Revolution
39 French Revolution ( ) democracy and republicanism replaced the absolute monarchy in France, and the French sector of the Roman Catholic Church was forced to undergo radical reform.
40 Napoleon Bonaparte ( ) was a general of the French Revolution, and the ruler of France as First Consul of the French Republic from 1799 to 1804, then as Emperor of the French and King of Italy under the name Napoleon I from 1804 to 1814, and again briefly 1815.
41 World War I: , also known as the Great War
42 World War II:
43 The Holocaust
44 Today, Western Europe has three top manufacturing nations:, France, Germany and the. Netherlands Western Europe also has a strong heritage in music and. art The German composer Ludwig van Beethoven wrote music after going deaf and the French impressionist painter Claude Monet helped to pave the way for. modern art Despite these economic and artistic strengths, Western Europe still faces. conflict In 2000, the Austrian political leader Joerg Haider had to resign as party head because of remarks he made that defended Nazis and insulted. immigrants
45 Ludwig van Beethoven
46 Claude Monet
47 Ch. 13:3 Northern Europe
48 Ch. 13:3 Northern Europe 1. Today, Northern Europe consists of the, United Kingdom, Ireland and the Nordic countries of, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and. Sweden 2. Beginning around, 795 A.D. Sweden,, Norway and Denmark gave rise to a group of seafaring warriors called Norsemen, or. vikings 3. Later, in 1066, William the Conqueror of Normandy conquered. England 4. Eventually, England won control of its neighbors, Wales, Ireland and. Scotland In 1801, this nation became known as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and. Northern Ireland
49 The Viking people came from the three countries of Scandinavia: Denmark, Norway and Sweden. They were also known as the Norse people. The Viking Age began about 1,200 years ago in the 8th Century AD and lasted for 300 years.
51 Modern-day Vikings
52 William the Conqueror attacked England in the Norman Invasion of 1066 William of Normandy defeated Harold of England in the Battle of Hastings.
53 The Battle of Hastings 1066 A.D.
54 5. Britain s government is a monarchy that also has a representative lawmaking body called a. parliament The Nordic countries of Northern Europe also developed. representative governments 6. In the 1800s, the Industrial Revolution spread from Britain to other countries. Of the Nordic countries, Sweden developed the most. manufacturing 7. After World War II, the British Empire underwent major changes as nearly all of its colonies gained. independence 8. Today, Northern Europe s economy benefits from its many. natural resources
55 The Althing was established in 930 in Iceland. It is called the world s oldest parliament.
56 The Magna Carta of 1215 granted English nobles certain rights
57 The English Bill of Rights of 1689 established free elections gave the English Parliament power over the monarchy.
58 The British Parliament meets in these famous buildings in London.
59 The Industrial Revolution:
60 Working conditions in factories and living conditions in industrial cities were terrible.
62 The poverty, disease and pollution in industrial Britain inspired the books of Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy.
63 9. Also, technology is swiftly changing the economy of Northern Europe. The section of Scotland between Glasgow and Edinburgh is called Silicon Glen because of its many high-tech companies. 10. The countries Swedes have helped to shape modern culture with writers such as Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen who is sometimes called the father of modern drama. Many consider the English writer William Shakespeare to be the greatest playwright of all time. 11. In addition, certain customs of Northern Europe have gained worldwide fame, The British are known for their, afternoon tea a small meal of sandwiches,, breads cakes, and tea. Furthermore, the Swedes developed the. smorgasbord
64 Silicon Glen is a nickname for the high tech sector of Scotland.
65 Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen, was one of the world s greatest writers
66 Most consider British playwright, William Shakespeare, the world s greatest writer
67 An afternoon tea in the U.K.
68 A smorgasbord is a buffet meal featuring a varied number of dishes. The custom originated in Sweden.
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