Centuries before the Crusades War, in the 3rd Century, the Catholic Kingdom and Byzantine Empire were united through the name of the Roman Empire. However, in 287 CE, the Roman Empire had grown immensely, up to the point where it was absurd for the Emperor to govern all the provinces, only in Rome. Due to this, Diocletian, the Emperor of the Roman Empire divided the empire into two parts: the west and the east. The west of Rome was considered poor, in contrast to the prosperous East, due to the utilization of the Black, Red, Caspian, and Mediterranean Sea. Proceeding to the 11th Century, various strong Germanic Tribes invaded the Roman Empire, leading to the official split of the Roman Empire - into Catholic Western Europe and Eastern Byzantine
Ancient Egypt also known as Kemet was an ancient civilization along the Nile River in Northeastern Africa. Africa Is also home to the Nubian people which have a close relationship with ancient Egypt. Kemet conquered several Nubian territory and made them a part of the Egyptian villages and city states. The Nubians later conquered Egypt during the 25th dynasty. However, relations between the two peoples also show peaceful cultural interchange and cooperation, including mixed marriages.
East and West Africa from 1000 to 1500 CE had profound differences in forms of government, with West Africa being kingdom based, and East Africa city-state based. The conversion of Eastern and Western African ruling elites compacted trading between themselves and Islamic traders from Mesopotamia, China, India, and as far away as Oceania. The relatively stable political environment from 1000-1500 CE in Sub-Saharan Africa attracted displaced peoples from the Abbasid empire in Northern Africa, with West Africa utilizing Trans-Saharan trade, and East Africa utilizing mariner trade routes. The East and West developed in clearly different ways, but paralleled each other in a way in which the political, social, and economic environments facilitated stable trade in the region, as well as a distinct blend between Islamic culture and African tradition. The primary difference in the political organization of both East and West African from 1000-1500 CE comes in the form of government.
The earliest leaders of the Feudal system were Charlemagne and William the Conqueror. Charlemagne was born 742 AD. He was the ruler of the Frankish Empire during the years 768-814. during his Dynasty he composed Northern Italy. William the Conqueror ruled while known as Duke of Normandy during the years
All of the design were “intended to glorify the king.” Architects Jules Hardouin-Mansart, Robert de Cotte, and Louis Le Vau oversaw the renovations and additions. The landscape architect was Andre Le Notre and the interior decorator was Charles Le Brun, who was the first painter to the King. During the reign of Louis XIV, Italy lost its power and the religious wars ended. France, which grew in trade and wealth, became the new power. With
We recognize in the construction of the work „Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire“, that Edward Gibbon, in the first works a total period of 460 years. He begins in 180 AD and ends in 641 AD. Here we see, that the author is largely concerned on the time especially during and after the fall of Rome. In the chapters four to seven he deals with the successors of Marcus Antoninus, namely Septimius Severus, Severus Alexander and Maximinus I. The organization of these four chapters emphasizes the structural conformity of the treated emperors, less in the similarity of their policies than in the comparability of the political problems of the time.
Napoleon then crowned himself king in Paris in December 2, 1802. As for Tsar Alexander I, he was the First King in Russia who reigned from 1801 till his death in the year of 1825. He was crowned king of all Russia upon his father’s death, Paul I, in the Dormition Cathedral in Moscow. Tsar Alexander I has always gave in to Napoleon. One example would be to stop trade and relations between Russia and Britain.
The Tudors were a family of Welsh origin that ruled England during the late fifteenth to the early seventeenth centuries. During their reign of one hundred and eighteen years, England underwent religious reforms, upsurge of wealth, and prominent progress in the arts. Six monarchs represented the Tudors, each with a unique story. The first Tudor king was Henry VII Tudor, who became king after the Battle of Bosworth Field which ended of the War of the Roses in 1485. The War of the Roses was an English civil conflict over the claim of the throne.
This gave King Ferdinand II of Aragon the opportunity to rule over Castile as regent. When Ferdinand died in 1516, Charles became King Charles I, the first king of a United Spain. In addition to being Maximilian of the Holy Roman Empires grandson, the lands conquered by the Holy Roman Empire were passed to Charles V. In 1519, Charles V united the kingdoms of Spain and Austria and named it the Holy Roman
Throughout time civilizations have risen and collapsed. Some were conquered while others simply disappeared. The Egyptian civilization thrived near the Nile River from 3000 B.C. and was later conquered by the Persian Empire around 525 B.C. In the other hand, the Mayan civilization developed in Yucatan Peninsula around 200 B.C., and mysterious disappeared around 900 A.D.
French and Indian War (1754-1763) Hubertusburg, Treaty of, 15 February 1763 Kloster-Zeven, Convention of, 8 September 1757 Paris, Treaty of, 10 February 1763 St. Petersburg, treaty of, 5 May 1762 Seven Years War (1754-1763) All this leads us to The Louisiana Purchase. On April 30, 1803 the nation of France sold 828,000 square miles (2,144,510 square km) of land west of the Mississippi River to the young United States of America in a treaty commonly known as the Louisiana Purchase. President Thomas Jefferson, in one of his greatest achievements, more than doubled the size of the United States at a time when the young nation 's population growth was beginning to quicken. This could not have happened unless all that blood shed had not
Another man named Alexander Hamilton Stephens served as the Vice President of the Confederate States of America and was an ally of Abraham Lincoln. In the U.S. right now, there are a little over 165,000 people with the last name Stephens. The name Lauren is originally a masculine name until the actress Betty Jean Perske used Lauren as her stage name. Lauren was introduced in Rome, Italy in the 7th century. This name can be interrupted as the English version of the Irish name: Fierce.
Constantine the great also known as “Constantine I” or “Saint Constantine” was a Roman Emperor or Illyrian-Greek Origin from 306 to 337 AD. He was the Son of Flavius Valerius Constantine, a Roman Emperor of his consort Helena. As emperor, Constantine enacted many administrative, financial, social, and military reforms to strengthen the empire. The government was restructured and the civil and military authorities were separated. A new gold coin was introduced to combat inflation known as the solidus.
Augustus was the first emperor of Rome after Julius Ceasar. He made Rome into a truly imperial city. Augustus also made great advances in agriculture and civil engineering. He allied Rome with some states in the East. The Pax Romana or Roman peace was introduced by Augustus.