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The Middle Ages. Mark R Cubbage , CHS AP European History. General Questions. What was the basic political, economic, and social structure of the Feudal system?  What was the significance of the Holy Roman Empire to the modernization of Europe and the spread of Christianity there?

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the middle ages

The Middle Ages

Mark R Cubbage, CHS

AP European History

general questions
General Questions
  • What was the basic political, economic, and social structure of the Feudal system? 
  • What was the significance of the Holy Roman Empire to the modernization of Europe and the spread of Christianity there?
  • What role did the Roman Catholic Church play in the power structure of Medieval Europe?
  • What is the basic hierarchy of the Medieval Church?
  • What factors contributed to the weakening of the Medieval Church?  (Hint:  Babylonian Captivity, Great Schism, Plague, Crusades)
  • How did the 100 Years War impact the political and economic structure of Europe?
  • What impact did the Black Death have on Europe?
feudalism
Feudalism
  • Definition
  • Basic Breakdown
  • Manorialism
  • Stratified Society
  • Poor are Evil
  • Chivalry
families
Families

Nuclear Family

50% died before 20, most were not named until 10

High Infant Mortality Rate

Man is the BOSS of the House (A Roman Tradition)

marriages
Marriages
  • Taylor Swift would have been waiting. . .singing off key
  • Nobility Arranged
  • Peasants could marry for love
  • Age of Marriages
medieval women
Medieval Women
  • Good for a Noblewoman
  • Warfare
    • Meant noblewomen were left in control
  • Young noblewomen join converts and become educated
  • Peasant Women
    • Worked alongside husbands preparing food, clothes, brewing
    • Small homes=no chores
agricultural advancements
Agricultural Advancements
  • Improvements support increasing populations
    • 3-Field Crop Rotation
    • Iron Plow
    • Horse Collar
    • Windmills
  • More Land brought under cultivation
    • Produces a surplus
    • Stimulates trade
    • Population of Europe in 1300—75 million
towns and commerce
Towns and Commerce
  • Economy improves, towns grow
    • Magnets for skilled labor, ideas, and goods
  • Lay outside feudalism
    • Had certain liberties guaranteed by charters
    • Created leagues to protect these liberties
      • Hanse
  • Guild
  • Commercial/Money-oriented society as feudalism declines
national monarchies
National Monarchies
  • Kings and Queens seek to establish hereditary claims to throne
  • Taxation
  • Limitations on Power
    • Magna Carta
universities and scholasticism
Universities and Scholasticism
  • Rise in Towns=Rise in Intellect
  • Rise in Universities
    • Theology
    • Philosophy
    • Scholasticism
      • Logic
the church is the boss
The Church is the Boss

Battle of Tours

Pope Leo I and Charlemagne

Only Accepted Religion

Monastery

Pope Gregory I

Church Structure

Canon Law

Problems in the Church

crusades
Crusades
  • THE CRUSADES ARE HUGE IN THE CREATION OF MODERN EUROPE.

HUGE!!!!!!!!!!!

the crusades
The Crusades
  • Split of Rome
  • Pope Urban II
  • Crusades
  • Children’s Crusade
dark ages
Dark Ages?!?!?!

Thoughts?!?!?!

upheavels in europe the big three
UPHEAVELS IN EUROPE THE BIG THREE:
  • Black Plague
  • Hundred Years War
  • Papal Schism (Western Schism)
hint hint hint
HINT, HINT, HINT
  • If you see a term that is bolded or highlighted, you should know these very veryveryveryvery well.
upheavals of the 14 th century
Upheavals of the 14th Century
  • Great Famine of 1315-1317
    • Hansel and Gretel?
    • 10-25% Die
  • Black Death of 1348-1351
    • Decrease in Population
    • Psychological and Social Effects
      • What in the world is going on?!?!
      • Flagellants
      • Them Jews
      • Danse Macabre
      • Church Clueless
upheavals of the 14 th century1
Upheavals of the 14thCentury
  • Labor Shortages
    • Peasants Demand Improvements
      • Do not last
      • Property
    • Revolts
      • Jacquerie Rebellion (1358)--France
      • Wat Tyler Revolt (1381)—England
      • Urban Revolts in Florence
warfare
Warfare
  • 100 Years War
    • Dynastic Instability
    • England v. France
      • Longbow vs. Calvary
      • Many vs. Few
        • “God is on our side” mentality
      • Joan or Arc
        • Feminist/Witch—Burned
    • War of Roses
catholic church
Catholic Church

Multiple Miley’s, Multiple Pope’s

  • Babylonian Captivity
  • Great Schism of 1378-1417
  • Conciliarism
  • Stage Set for Protestant Reformation
    • John Wyclif
      • Lollards
    • John Huss
      • Hussites