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Title: later middle ages


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Later middle ages
  • By Maria Crabtree

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The church shapes politics and society
  • clergy-were very influenced in medieval European
    culture and politics.
  • society-Everything took place at the church.
  • pilgrims visited religious.
  • politics- some people thought that the church
    was becoming too involved with politics.

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Monks and friars
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The monks of Cluny
  • religious order-group of people who decanted
    their lives to religion and follow common rules.
  • living apart from society most of the monks
    lived apart from society ,two of the new
    religion orders developed for those who wanted to
    live and teach among people.

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Friars
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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- friar were the people
    that were called Dominicans ,witch are people who
    made their own rules.

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Universities are built
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Thomas Aquinas
  • philosopher who showed how religious faith and
    reason could co-exit.
  • 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.

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The church and the arts
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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.

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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.

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Magna Carta causes changes in England
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Manga Carta
  • document written by English nobles and signed by
    king john listing rights the king could not
    ignore.
  • who demanded this agreement- the nobles demanded
    this agreement from the king.

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Effects of Magna Carta
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Effects of magna Carta
  • the council develop required the king to honor
    certain rights into parliament, the lawmaking
    body that governs England today.
  • three demands- Manga Carta causes change in
    England, the hundred years war, the black death.

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Changes after Manga Carta
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What did the m/c inspire the noble to do?
  • Listing rights that the king could not ignore
    was called Magna Carta.
  • parliament- the law-making body that governs
    England today.
  • how did the king limit m/c- certain rights, and
    no effect outside of that country.

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Student Manga Carta
  • The students to sit wherever they want like
    beside friends.
  • More group work For example, some people learn
    better when they are in groups.
  • To not do so much work

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The hundred years war
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The course of the war
  • a long conflict between England and France that
    came to be called the hundred years war.
  • French king dies with no heirs- bubonic plague
    could be identified by swellings called buboes
    that appeared on bodies.
  • Two men claim throne-one of the men was French
    and the other one was king in England. The French
    man got the kings throne.
  • English take the lead- at first the English
    armies did well winning most the battles.
  • Joan of arc- rallied the French troops.

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Results of the war
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Results
  • Changes in England- a group of nobles decided
    to force the king to respect their rights.
  • Changes in France- the kings grew power because
    the king needed parliaments approval to raise
    money to pay for the costly war.
  • Democracy in France will have to wait- fighting
    the English had created a bond between them, the
    nobles supported the king after the war as well.

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Black Death
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Where it came from
  • It came from central and eastern Asia.

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How it spread
  • traders brought rats carrying the disease to
    Mediterranean ports in 1347.

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What disease was it
  • one of the black deaths was bubonic plague and
    it could be identified by swellings and bumps on
    bodies. Another even deadlier form could spread
    through the air and kill people in less than a
    day.

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Effect on manor life and feudalism/how many died?
  • The manor system fell apart completely, they
    could demand wages for their labor, once they had
    money many fled their manors completely, moving
    instead to Europe's growing system.1,000 villages
    died.

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What happened to it
  • The plague killed millions of people in Europe
    and millions more around the world. The huge drop
    in population caused sweeping changes in Europe.
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