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The Middle Ages: From Beowulf to Canterbury The High Middle Ages: 1066–1485 1066 Norman Conquest 1348–1349 Black Death 1215 Magna Carta 1337–1453 Hundred Years’ War 1100 1200 1500 1000 1300 1400 1000s–1300s Age of Feudalism 1300s–1400s Decline of Feudalism

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the high middle ages 1066 1485
The High Middle Ages: 1066–1485

1066

Norman Conquest

1348–1349

Black Death

1215

Magna Carta

1337–1453

Hundred Years’ War

1100

1200

1500

1000

1300

1400

1000s–1300s

Age of Feudalism

1300s–1400s

Decline of Feudalism

the norman conquest
The Norman Conquest

William the Conqueror

1066

Domesday Book

the age of feudalism
The Age of Feudalism
  • knight
  • page
  • squire
the age of feudalism6
The Age of Feudalism
  • chivalry
  • courtly love
  • The Romance
  • troubadour
  • tournament
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The Decline of Feudalism

Monetary System

Before the Crusades

After the Crusades

  • gold coins are used
  • few coins exist
  • peasants can earn gold in exchange for labor or goods
  • feudal lords make coins for use on their own property only
  • peasants can save money
  • serfs use barter system
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The Decline of Feudalism

  • Growth of Cities and Towns
  • Centralized Church (Papacy)
  • Centralized government
  • (monarchies)
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No freeman shall be taken, or imprisoned, or outlawed, or exiled, or in any way harmed, nor will we go upon him nor will we send upon him, except by the legal judgment of his peers or by the law of the land.

To none will we sell, to none deny or delay, right or justice.

Magna Carta—“Great Charter”

1215

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London

Canterbury