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Video title: The Early Middle Ages 476 to 1000 and Birth of Europe

Use this World History and Western Heritage video entitled The Early Middle Ages and Birth of Europe 476-1000 to study the The Middle Ages, or Medieval world, were formed from a mixture of Roman, Germanic, and Christian cultures. Western Europe was eventually conquered by militarily superior Germanic tribes, who accepted Roman culture.

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  • Birth of Europe. Learn about The Early Middle Ages and the Birth of Europe. Explore the course of Western civilization, from its birth in the ancient Near East, to the pageantry and plunder of the Middle Ages, to the social and political forces shaping the new Europe of the twenty-first century.
  • Explore the course of Western civilization, from its birth in the ancient Near East to the present day, through the eyes of distinguished historians who teach at Yale and Harvard.
  • Study recent political and social developments in history, including the fall of Communist governments in Europe, the civil war in the former Yugoslavia, changes affecting women in Eastern Europe, as well as environmental issues.
  • Survey the growth of political freedoms, the development of constitutional governments, and the quest for individual rights that have shaped the course of Western history.
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