Houghton Mifflin Social Studies
Across the Centuries

Lesson at a Glance
Chapter 10, Lesson 1: Europe After the Roman Empire (pp. 256-261)

The Big Idea
Framework Concept: Change After the fall of Rome, new kingdoms were set up in most of Europe by the Germanic invaders. Without the Roman army, people's need for defense led to the development of a feudal society.

Lesson Outline
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