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popularly known as, Charles the great, was a King of a Germanic tribe in current-day Belgium, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and western Germany. He embarked on a charge to unite all Germanic peoples into a single kingdom and convert all his subjects to Christianity. Because he was a shrewd military strategist, he spent a majority of his reign engrossed in warfare so as to accomplish his goals. As a result of this role, he catapulted the Carolingian Renaissance, a cultural as well as intellectual revival in Europe. This Renaissance served as a platform for the rise of civilization in Europe. His unification of most parts of Europe changed the political inclinations of the time. Charlemagne also played a critical role in the economy of Europe by abolishing the monetary system based on gold that was a rare commodity. The new system based on silver that was adopted after that made trading and commerce easier.
The Holy Rome Empire was at the forefront of the civilization in Europe. Through the empire’s solid grounding on Christianity to drive its course, myriad social services were provided to Europeans. These services included schooling and medical care, which are essential to the development of society. As the empire spread its holding to the rest of Europe, so did civilization.
Another key participant towards the civilization of Europe was Germany. Germany had innovative ideas for economic growth, coupled with their eye for engineering. The Germans developed essential tools and equipment that promoted agriculture, and hence civilization.
England, as a country had an enormous bearing on the civilization of Europe. Due to her stability in terms of politics, England was able to develop adequate tools to aid the amelioration of her economy. The ideas that were hatched in England moved to other parts of Europe, hence promoting civilization.
The Byzantine Empire, headquartered in Constantinople, was one of the key drivers for European civilization. Over its
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The world has come a long way from early civilization which led to the development of well organized structures geared at enhancing the way of life. This has so far impacted greatly on continents and was the reason behind the rapid development across the globe.
Civilization refers to a situation or conditions of people living and operating together, cooperatively or jointly so that they benefits from functioning and living together cooperatively and jointly1. In consideration to this illustration, we remain to wonder whether Western European is true to their claim or do not understand civilization.
The expansion of Western Civilization began with the Roman Empire and early Greek city-states; despite religious beliefs, military and political might, the precursor to the modern Western world only began to encompass other parts of Western and Central Europe during the 16th century as a result of technological advancements and economic growth.
History is about transitions from one way of life to another. It is the evolution of people, their culture and environments. The middle ages was a time ripe for change and led to an evolution that brought about the rebirth or 'renaissance' of an entire continent, Europe.
By the 4th millennium BC the valley had also attracted cattle keepers from the vast Saharan savannas to the west, and perhaps traders from other Neolithic communities to the northeast, as well.
The Lower Nile, from the First Cataract (modern-day Aswan) to the Mediterranean Sea, provides two different, but related environments.
This war caused massive levels of destruction and death in Germany and the current Czech Republic. There were many causes of the war. In 1555 the Peace of Augsburg was signed. This treaty ended earlier
Western civilization has been described in the western culture that is found in the scientific, political, artistic and the philosophical principles that were adopted by people at that time. This term has been linked to immigration and
Fourier, another Frenchman, believed that economic competition is the source of all evil, work should be voluntary, and everything should be shared by all; Owen drafted the model socialist community where everybody helped in raising children, women had a role in governance, and, sexual freedom for all sexes.
Some of the major features of the western civilization are organized governance, advanced technology, and specialization of labor. While these factors have been refined to efficiency, they are significantly traceable to ancient