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Title: Later Middle Ages


1
Christianity And Medieval Society
  • Briana Jackson

2
The Church Shapes Politics And Society
  • Clergy- were very influential in politics in the
    middle ages.
  • Politics- expands culture and influences people
    to do different things.
  • Society- people made pilgrimages, or journeys to
    religious locations.

3
Monks And Friars
4
Friars
  • Francis of Assisi created the Franciscan order.
  • Friars were religious people who lived for God.
  • These friars could have no wordly possessions.
  • They lived along side the people of the towns.

5
The Monks Of Cluny
  • Dedicated their lives to living for God.
  • Lived apart from society.

6
Universities Are Built
7
Thomas Aquinas-Natural Law
  • He wrote a reasoned argument for the existence of
    God.
  • He also developed a philosophical system called
    NATURAL LAW to show how God had ordered the
    world.

8
Created By Religious Leaders
  • Universities were created by these religious
    leaders.

9
Students Took Tests Then And Now
  • Europes first universities were built by the
    church.
  • Religion, law, medicine, and philosophy were
    taught.

10
The Church And The Arts
11
Religious Architecture
  • Most beautiful of all architectural achievements.
  • Their spires and high ceilings and colorful stain
    glass windows are all designed to bring people
    closer to God.
  • Everything inside the church, from the walls to
    the clergys robes to the books used, were also
    works of art.

12
Magna Carta Causes Changes In England
13
Magna Carta
  • This document was called the MAGNA CARTA or the
    Great Charter.
  • King John approved the document.

14
Effects Of Magna Carta
15
The Effects Of Magna Carta
  • It made it to where no one can be kept in jail
    without reason, the king had to obey the law, and
    the person had to have a jury trial.
  • This being created was an important step towards
    democracy

16
Three Of The Demands
  • No one could be kept in jail without reason.
  • The Nobles demanded the king to respect their
    rights.
  • The king must obey the law.

17
Changes after Magna Carta
18
Changes After The Magna Carta
  • It inspired the nobles to make a group called
    Parliament.
  • Parliament if the law making body that governs
    England today.
  • He was the one that elected the judges and
    people thought that because of this they would
    side with him.

19
What Did The Magna Carta Inspire The Nobles To Do
  • It inspired the nobles to make a group called
    Parliament.

20
Parliament
  • Parliament is the lawmaking body that governs
    England today.

21
How Did The King Limit The Magna Carta
  • The kings turned to the council of nobles for
    advice and money, before long the council
    developed Parliament the lawmaking body that sill
    governs even today.

22
Own Magna Carta
  • The teacher shall not right up a student up
    without them knowing.
  • The teacher cant disrespect property.
  • The teacher shall not be disrespectful to the
    students.

23
The Hundred Year War
24
Course Of War
  • The French King died with no heirs.
  • A couple or two men ended up claiming the
    throne.
  • The war started when the English tried to take
    control of Frances throne.

25
Joan Of Arc
  • Teenage peasant girl who rallied the French
    troops and turned the tide of the hundred years
    war.
  • The English caught and killed Joan, but the
    French eventually won the war.

26
Results Of The War
27
Results Of War
  • In England, the war helped increase the power of
    Parliament because the king needed Parliaments
    approval to raise money to pay for the war.
  • In France the kings power grew after the war.
  • The democracy in France will have to wait.

28
The Black Death
29
The Black Death
  • The black death is deadly plague that happened in
    Europe between 1347 and 1351.

30
Where It Came From
  • The plague originally came from central and
    eastern Asia.
  • Traders unknowingly brought rats carrying the
    disease in the Mediterranean ports.

31
How It Spread
  • Fleas that fed on infected rats passed on the
    plague to people.

32
What Disease Was It
  • The disease was called the black death because it
    killed so many people between 1347 and 1351
  • Also known as the bubonic plague.

33
Effect On Manor Life And Feudalism/How Many Died
  • Some historians think the Black Death killed a
    third of Europes population-perhaps 25 million
    people.
  • The old manor system, already weakened by the
    growth of cities.

34
What Happened To It
  • What happened to the black death or bubonic
    plague was that ever since most people have
    gotten immune to it very little people has caught
    the disease. Only at least five great breakouts
    has happened that are noted to historians.
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