The disappearance of the Frankish Kingdom in Western Europe made way for a multitude of feudal-type monarchies, where the figure of the monarch did not disappear but underwent significant changes.
The High Middle Ages corresponded to the consolidation of the Church as a universal institution. The union between the royal power and the Church proved to be actually important during this period.
During the period between the 8th and 10th centuries a progressive transformation of the economic and social structures in Western Europe took place, which would have contributed to the subsequent feudal revolution.
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