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City Centers of Medieval Europe

The City Centers of Medieval Europe map includes a colorful labeled teacher’s map and an unlabeled student map that the child can …

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The 1st, 3rd, and 4th Crusades

Along with other sovereign rulers of England and France, Eleanor of Aquitaine and her son, Richard the Lionhearted, lead the charge during …

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The Holy Roman Empire

The Holy Roman Empire was a complex union of provinces in central Europe which began with Charlemagne in 800AD and ended with …

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The Roman Empire Divided

When the Roman Empire could no longer sustain itself due of its great size and other management problems, Diocletian split the Roman …

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Barbarian Invasions

As the Roman Empire grew, it began to weaken. Its borders were difficult to patrol. Over time, barbarian hordes from the north …

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The Roman Empire

While the republic of Rome began in the 8th century BC, it reached its zenith nearly one thousand years later in the …

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The Rise of the Early Church

After the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the early church began to grow and expand from Judaea. In fact, it was …

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The Punic Wars

As the Republic of Rome continued to expand in territory and might, the kingdom of Carthage began to get nervous. Unwilling for …

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Ancient Europe

Ancient Europe, with the exception of the classical realm of Rome and Greece, was a wild and uncivilized place, populated by tribes …

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The Founding of Rome

Rising 40 meters above the city, between the forum and the Circus Maximus, Palatine Hill is the centermost of the Seven Hills …