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Use this History and Western Heritage video entitled The High Middle Ages - Ascendancy of Church and States 1000 to 1300 to study how by the 10th century the process of medieval empire building had reached its height and was how poised on the threshold of a new millennium, the German and Frankish kings were in a position of great power and prestige and the Germanic king Otto I provided the best example of emergent monarchy. Discover how by the 11th century they soon experienced a reversal in church-state relations. Learn how spurred by the reform movement of Cluny, the church underwent a considerable revival.

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