Three kings who have joined the crusade have not achieved much due to Emperor Frederick Barbarossa dying and King Phillip II returning to Europe. The lone king, King Richard I, failed to retake the city but instead has taken a deal from Saladin to keep control of the lands north of Jaffa. Pope Innocent III called for a new crusade that is being mostly led by French Knights. We set out for the Holy Lands in 1202 but the Knights became distracted with information by the Venetian lords about the wealth in Constantinople.
Eardwulf was king of Northumbria from 796 until at least 806. Northumbria in the last years of the eighth century was the scene of dynastic strife between several noble families, and in 790, Æthelred I attempted to have Eardwulf assassinated. Æthelred himself was assassinated in 796. The reign of his successor Osbald lasted only twenty-seven days before he was deposed, and Eardwulf became king on 14 May 796. In 798 Eardwulf fought a battle at Billington Moor against a nobleman named Wada, who had been one of those responsible for King Æthelred 's death; Wada was defeated and driven into exile.
The Spanish started out by conquering nations and then tried to convert the Native Americans to Christianity. The French kidnapped 10 Native Americans but then made a long lasting treaty that benefitted them and their Native American allies for years to come. The English were the worst of the bunch, killing their Native American allies and not planting crops that they could actually eat to having one of the most profitable colonies in the Americas and having good relations with their Native
1.1 Describe three important political accomplishments of Justinian A. He launched a military campaign against Germanic tribes in Italy and North Africa. As a result he regained most of the empire’s western territories and he restored Ravenna’s status as a capital in Italy B. He took a leading role in shaping church policy by eliminating any remaining Greco-Roman paganism and he also removed all Manichaeans and Samaritans.
In the Dutch Revolt, the Spanish Netherlands colonies freed themselves from King Philip’s Absolute Monarchy. King Charles of England came to power when his father James I died. While he was ruling, he restored freedom of religion for the Catholics and the Irish, and dissolved Parliament. When the second Scots war broke out, he had to call Parliament again. Parliament passed the grand Remonstrance, which condemned the king’s policies.
When James at 1625 dies Charles his son took the throne and comes to be known as Charles I. At 1628 he signs the Petition of Right which limits the king power. He can’t imprison a citizen without cause (habeas corpus), martial law, quarter troops, and tax. After that he dissolves the parliament after signing it. Later Oliver Cromwell, leader of
Montazuma the second was possibly one of the most important people in the entire history of The Aztec history. This is because he was the king/emperor when the Spanish concurs concurred the Aztec empire. He was born in 1466 and died in 29 of June 1520. According to one of the sources I used Montazuma was killed by the citizens of Tenochtitlan using rocks and spears because Cortez and his men forced Montazuma to admit defeat to his people. Letting the Spanish in to Tenochtitlan and showing weeknes was a horrible decision because the Spanish concurs saw this and used it against him.
When William was a young boy he had many obstacles to overcome. When William was eight his father died returning from a pilgrimage of Jerusalem. When his father died William became Duke of Normandy in 1035. When this happened many lords in Normandy didn’t approve of him ruling them in 1040 they tried to kill William the plan failed but Williams guardian ( Gilbert of Brionne) was killed. In 1042 the King knighted William.
Antony confronted Octavius, declaring that Caesarion was Julius’s true son and that Caesarion was the rightful heir to the throne. Octavius fought back and claimed that he’ll seize Antony’s will, and had told the people of Rome that Antony had given Cleopatra Roman possessions and that the couple planned on making Alexandria the new capital of Rome. In 31 B.C. Cleopatra and Antony fought Octavius’s forces in the raging battle of Actium, which was on Greece 's west coast. The battle ended with a costly defeat for the Egyptians, forcing the couple to flee back to Egypt.
Around 58 B.C Ceasar conquered Gaul, which is modern day Belgium and France. Pompey who was another brilliant military leader all but forced Ceasar to disband his army. Cease however did not follow this order and instead took his army into Rome from the North. Julius Ceasr completely destroyed Pompey and his followers. Leading on from this victory Ceasr went around the Mediterranean Sea taking
Before it’s established why Charlemagne was crowned Holy Roman Empire, it is necessary to understand the position the Romans were in as well as Charlemagne’s past and current (at the time) accomplishments. There were 2 parts of the Roman Empire: The Eastern Empire and The Western Empire. The Eastern Empire was run by the Byzantines. The Western Roman, mostly run by the Romans but they were being invaded left and right, so they were disintegrating. The idea of the Roman Empire was there, but the government running it was falling apart.
Following the Golden Age of many great civilizations, came the Post-Classical Era. And so came the fall of Rome’s political power, and as it fell to shambles, it seemed implausible that the Franks would find themselves in possession of any influence in European Politics. However, with the help of a powerful political leader by the name of King Clovis I, they manage to find sway in European Affairs. In Traditions and Encounters: A Global Perspective on the Past, in “The Postclassical Era”, “The Franks and the Temporary Revival of Empire”, it says “By the time of his death, Clovis had thoroughly transformed the Franks. No longer were they just one among many Germanic peoples inhabiting a crumbling Roman Empire.
During the Western Expansion farmers, as cattle ranchers or cowboys, drove cattle across the plains. Their cattle ranches were founded throughout the Great Plains from Texas to the Prairie regions. Cowboys were not only whites, but blacks and hispanics. They were an important part of expansion because the need for food increased with the railroad industry growing. A prominent cattle rancher during the Western expansion was Joseph McCoy.