The Franks

Thesis Statement: The Franks were a miraculous empire that contributed to the world in the categories of their culture, political system, major historical figures and military. These assets made the Frankish empire long-lasting and powerful.

I Another way the Franks changed the world was their major historical figures and their accomplishments.

A. Clovis, at the age of fifteen, inherited the throne wit much ambition and an able rule in his mind.
B. The next leader in line was a man of great battle powers know for his nickname, Charles the Hammer.
C. Chaarlemagne was the most well-known and strongest leader of Western Europe, which he gained by starting wars with neighboring countries.
D. Pepin was a very humble and giving ruler thatmade the Pope very famous as well as rich in land.

II The Franks culture changed the world and some aspects are still used today.

A. One thing that really affected the modern world was the idea of Christianity becoming the main religion for most of the Western Europe region.
B. Education became a main part of the empire when Charlemagne wanted to share it with the empire.
C. In addition, the daily life of the Franks is a very major role in things we do today that they did in their time.
D. The arts were very important to Charlemagne, but he especially loved music and he even went on to make music schools.

III The Franks were very sophisticated and had a unique political system they followed.

A. The Franks, like almost every other civilized country in the world, had laws they had to follow; but they were stricter and were fined for things such as incorrect grammar.
B. The system they followed was the foundation of many future civilizations, called Feudalism.
C. They had many aspects of their society and some would still be socially acceptable today

IV. The Franks had a a powerful military force which they used to conquer neighboring lands.

A. There where many significant battles happening in the time of the Franks, which included the Battle of Suntel Mountain.
B. Unfortunately, their decline was resulted by their constant inner conflict and warfare.