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Title: later middle ages


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Later Middle Ages
  • By H. Chism 6th and 7th period

2
Christianity and Medieval Society
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The Church Shapes Politics and Society
  • Clergy-They were church officials, life revolved
    around local church for many people, so they were
    very influential
  • Society-Baptism and weddings were some religious
    ceremonies that were key events in peoples lives
  • Politics-The church owned a lot of land, so it
    became am major feudal lord. Church officials
    often became political advisors to local lords.

4
Monks and Friars
5
The Monks of Cluny
  • A group of people who dedicated lives to
    religious order.
  • The monks lived apart from society, unlike Friars.

6
Friars
  • Francis of Assisi started the Franciscan
  • Friars were people who lived and taught with in
    the people and were a part of the society

7
Universities Are Built
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  • Thomas Aquinas developed a philosophical system.
  • First universities were built by churches and
    they taught religion, law, medicine, and
    philosophy.
  • Students then and now took test to prove they
    knew what they were taught.

9
The Church and Arts
10
Religious architecture
  • It was inspired by god. The high ceilings and
    spires were designed to bring people closer to
    god. Everything in the church were works of art.

11
Summary
  • Christianity was the biggest religion during
    Europe. Almost everyones life revolved around it.

12
Magna Carta Causes Changes in England
13
Magna Carta
  • A group of English nobleman demanded the Magna
    Carta.

14
Effects of the Magna Carta
  • The Magna Carta was an important step in
    establishing democratic principles in Europe. The
    king would have to obey the laws as well.
  • Three demands were that no man shall perform more
    service than a knights fee than is due, no wood
    or property shall be taken from owner, and a man
    shall be placed on trial before committed for a
    crime.

15
Changes after Magna Carta
  • It inspired nobles to slowly change into
    parliament
  • Parliament- A law making body that governs
    England.
  • The king had to obey laws of Magna Carta.

16
Summary
  • If I had to write a Magna Carta for our classroom
    , three demands I would make would be is to not
    to have to do homework unless student has B or
    below, have free time at least once a week and be
    able to listen music while doing work.

17
The Hundred Year War
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The course of the war
  • When the king died he did not have a son to claim
    throne.
  • One man that wanted that wanted the throne was
    King of England and the other was Phillip of
    France.
  • England had won many major battle throughout the
    war.
  • Joan of Arc was a teenage girl that rallied and
    encouraged soldiers to fight.

19
Results of War
  • In England, the war strengthened power of
    parliament.
  • In France, the kings power grew.
  • Since king of Frances power grew, democracy
    wouldnt ne used again for another 500 years.

20
Black Death
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Where It Came From
  • The plague originally came from Central/Eastern
    Asia.

22
How It Spread
  • Traders unknowingly brought rats to Mediterranean
    ports where it quickly spread through Europe.

23
What Disease Was It
  • The disease was the Bubonic plague.

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Effect on Manor life and feudalism/ How many died?
  • The manor system fell apart completely, there
    werent enough people left to work in fields,
    serfs and peasants that were left found there
    skills in high demand.
  • In Europe, nearly 2/3 of the population died.

25
What happened to it
  • People who were healthy enough lived and the weak
    died from the disease. The disease doesnt
    effect people as much today.

26
Summary
  • In the beginning, a lot of advances dealt with
    the churches. Then, many fair orders were
    demanded in society. War between the English and
    French broke out. Finally, one of the most deadly
    diseases broke out.
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