The middle ages
The Roman Empire geographically established the original concept of a European boundary. With all of it's great achievements likee
civil law, politics and literature, the collective willpower of the Roman Empire would eventually degrade over time and give way to new ideas andd
influences. The empire of Rome did not fall- it fizzled. The Western Roman Empire gave way to the Middle Ages around 476, when the Barbarian,,
Odoacer, overthrew the emperor Romulus
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anarchy of the 3rd century).
 Gregory I, B.C. 540-604, Rome; architect of the medieval papacy (reigned 590-604), Gregory The Great enters the church in 573
 A defined body of rights for public worship
 Derived from the Latin word Carolus, or Charles
 The name Merovingian derives from that of Merovech, of whom nothing is known except that he was the father of Childeric I, who ruled a tribe of Salian Franks from his capital at Tournai.