Both areas to develop similar ways of life
Each area to build cities on islands for protections
Both areas to develop a feudal system
Each area to develop a different way of life
The monks,missionaries, and knights
Saint Benedict, Saint Patrick, and themonks
Saint Patrick, Saint Benedict, and Charlemagne
The popes, missionaries, and monks
Was an Italian monk from the 500s
Converted the Irish to Christianity.
Created rules for how monks should live.
Helped Charlemagne conquer parts of Europe
He was interested in spreading feudalism.
He was not very concerned with education.
He did not think religion was important
He wanted to gain great power in Europe
Code of chivalry
Charlemagne was crowned Emperor of the Romans.
The Vikings began raiding northern Europe
William the Conqueror invaded Britain
Eleanor of Aquitaine married King Henry II of England
She ran a manor
She had great political power.
She lived in a monastery.
She worked to support her family
Spread from Europe to Japan
Lasted longer in Japan
Did not last long in Europe or Japan
Lasted longer in Europe
The increase of population and trade
The decrease of Vikingraids
The end of the manor system
The spread of Christianity
Feudalism worked best in Christian societies.
Feudalism could not operate in a society that was religious.
Feudalism was not successful in Buddhist societies
Feudalism could operate in societies with different relgions
Reading and writing