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Christianity and Medieval society
  • By Jami Thurman
  • Mr. Frazier/1st period

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The church shapes society and politics
  • Clergy-church officials that did teachings that
    were very influential in European culture.
  • Society-the church was the central most important
    place in the society.
  • Politics-the church owned a lot of land in the
    society.

3
Monks and friars
  • Athe monks of Cluny
  • BFriars

4
The monks of cluny
  • Religious order-a group of people who dedicate
    their lives to religion and follow common rules.
  • Living apart from society-monks lived apart from
    society, but two new religious orders developed
    for those who wanted to live and teach among
    people.

5
Friars
  • Francis of Assisi- founder of the Franciscan
    order.
  • Friars-members of religious orders who lived and
    worked among the general public.
  • Living within society-Friars were the people that
    were called Dominicans, which are people who made
    their own rules.

6
Universities are built
  • Thomas Aquinas-philosopher who showed how
    religious faith and reason could co-exist.
  • created by religious leaders-Thomas Aquinas
    developed a philosophical system called natural
    law to show how god had ordered the world.
  • Students took test then and now-scholars wanted
    to establish a connection between religious faith
    and intellectual reason.

7
The church and the arts
  • Areligious architecture

8
Religious architecture
  • Inspired by religious expression-their spires and
    high ceilings and colorful stained glass windows
    are all designed to bring people closer to god.

9
summary
  • In the PowerPoint I discussed the differences and
    similarities of monks and friars. I also
    explained to you about universities and religious
    teachings. I also told you about the Christianity
    and the medieval society. I also told you about
    living within society and living apart from
    society. The monks lived out and the friars lived
    in.

10
Magna carta causes changes in England
  • Amagna carta
  • Bwho demanded this agreement

11
Magna carta
  • A document written by English nobles and signed
    by king john listening rights the king could not
    ignore.

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Who demanded this agreement?
  • The nobles demanded this agreement.

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Effects of magna carta
  • Awhat were the effects of m/c?
  • Blist three of the demands and why they were
    important.

14
What were the effects of m/c?
  • No one could be put in jail without reason and
    even the king had to obey the law.

15
List three of the demands and why they were
important
  • 1.no one could be kept in jail without reason.
  • 2.the king had to obey the law.
  • 3.everyone was free to hunt and cut down trees in
    the forest.

16
Changes after magna carta
  • Awhat did m/c inspire the noble to do?
  • Bparliament
  • Chow did the king limit m/c?

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What did m/c inspire the noble to do?
  • The nobles turned to a council for money and
    advice.

18
parliament
  • A lawmaking body that governs england.

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How did the king limit m/c?
  • The kings did not give up their power in England
    so finally they won and they limited the m/c.

20
Student magna carta
  • 1.we will be able to walk around the classroom.
  • 2.I want to listen to music when ever I feel like
    it.
  • 3.want to get on our phones when we want.

21
The hundreds years war
  • Athe course of the war
  • Bresults of the war

22
The course of the war
  • French king dies with no heirs and two men
    claimed the throne.
  • The two men that claim the throne, one was French
    and the other one was the king of England.
  • English take the lead by winning the war until a
    girl peasant named Joan of arc.
  • Joan of arc was a teenage peasant girl who joined
    the army, then got caught and killed.

23
Results of the war
  • Changes in England, one was parliaments power
    grew because the king needed parliaments approval
    to raise money to pay for the costly war.
  • Changes in France, one was the kings power grew
    because he became very popular during the war
    with his nobles. Fighting the English created a
    bond between them.
  • Democracy in France will have to wait because the
    English were attacking them.

24
The black death
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Where it came from?
  • The plague came from central and eastern Asia.

26
How did it spread?
  • Fleas that feasted on the blood infected rats
    passed on the plague.

27
What disease was it?
  • One form called bubonic plague could be
    identified by swellings called buboes that
    appeared on victims bodies.

28
Effect on manor life and feudalism/How many died?
  • The black plagued killed so many people that many
    people were buried without ceremonies or priests.

29
What happened to it?
  • They cleaned up their sewers and many it slowed
    many people from dying, but it still exists today.

30
summary
  • The black death killed many people and it created
    these little bumps called buboes on many peoples
    bodies. after a while they cleaned up their
    sewers and they became more healthier. The black
    plague still exist today.
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