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Medieval
  • By e.r.Johnson

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Christianity and medieval society
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The Church Shapes Politics And Society
  • Clergy- The group or body of ordained persons in
    a religion, as distinguished from the laity.
  • Society- Life revolved around the local church.
    Markets festivals and religious ceremonies take
    place.
  • Politics- all officials were chosen by god

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Monks and friars
  • Religious order- group of people who dedicated
    their lives to religion and follow common rules
  • Living apart from society- a lot of monks lived
    apart from society

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New orders
  • Francis of Assisi- Saint ( Giovanni Francesco
    Bernardone ) 11821226, Italian friar founder
    of the Franciscan order.
  • Friars-a member of a religious order, especially
    the mendicant orders of Franciscans, Dominicans,
    Carmelites, and Augustinians.
  • Living within society-friars lived within society
    where as monks lived away from society

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Universities are built
  • Thomas Aquinas- Saint Thomas (the Angelic Doctor)
    122574, Italian scholastic philosopher a major
    theologian of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Natural law-a principle or body of laws
    considered as derived from nature, right reason,
    or religion and as ethically binding in human
    society.

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The church and the arts
  • Religious order- group of people who dedicated
    their lives to religion and follow common rules
  • Living apart from society- a lot of monks lived
    apart from society

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Magna Carta
  • Document written by English nobles and signed by
    King John listing rights the king could not
    ignore.

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Who demanded this agreement?
  • The nobles demanded this agreement because they
    were mad about king john putting people in jail
    for no reason.

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Effects of the magna carta
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What were the effects of the magna carta
  • The magna carta led to a lot of changes.

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Demands and why they were important
  • To tell people why they are being put in jail.

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100 years of war
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The hundred years of war
  • During the course of the war it seemed that the
    English would win then the French and it kept
    going from the English to the French then the
    French end up winning the war.
  • The French king dies with no heirs.
  • Two men one from England and one from France
    claim the throne.
  • English take the lead in the war.
  • Joan of arc uplifts the French and end up winning
    the war.

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Results of the war
  • The changes in england due to the war is that
    they lost
  • The changes in france due to the war is that the
    king that died cousin takes the throne.
  • France won the war so democracy will have to wait
    for about 500 years

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The Black Death
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Where it came from
  • The Black Death was one of the most devastating
    pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe
    between 1348 and 1350, and killing between 75
    million and 200 million people

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How it spread
  • Traders unknowingly brought rats with the
    disease. And fleas that fed on the infected rats
    passed on the plague to people.

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What disease was it
  • The disease was called the bubonic plague. This
    is where the nursery rhyme ring around the rosy
    comes from. The symptoms are swelling, blackness,
    pain, and death

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Effects of manor life
  • The old manor system already weakened the growth
    of cities, collapsed. Plague survivors found
    their skills in demand and charged more for their
    labor.

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What happed to it
  • They cleaned up their sewers, trash, and life. So
    instead of finding a cure all they had to do was
    clean.
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