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Agenda. If you missed the test get a copy from me and sit in the hallway; give me your binder to check Grab the handout and a new Bellringer sheet from the front table. 25 minute post test review. Europe’s Transition to the Modern World. From Medieval times to the Renaissance. ORQ.

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Agenda
Agenda

  • If you missed the test get a copy from me and sit in the hallway; give me your binder to check

  • Grab the handout and a new Bellringer sheet from the front table.

  • 25 minute post test review


Europe s transition to the modern world

Europe’s Transition to the Modern World

From Medieval times to the Renaissance


Agenda
ORQ

1/B “Christianity started after the day when Jesus Christ died. He came back alive and started his own religion.”

God’s name is not Jesus.

“Jew’s were slaves back then so now they are free because of WWII”

1/C “The differences make them really different so the two religions are nothing alike.”


Feudalism
Feudalism

  • Social Organization of the Medieval Period.

  • Last into the early 1300’s


The black plague
The Black Plague

The Black Plague

  • Killed 1/3 of Europe’s pop.

  • 25 million

  • Periodic waves for 300 years

  • 3 types of Plague

  • Traveled along Silk Road via Fleas on Rats

The Black Plague

  • Peasants revolted & demanded more freedom

  • Farmers diversified crops

  • Fewer workers = higer wages

  • Serfs escaped to cities


Hundred years war
Hundred Years’ War

The Black Plague

  • Killed 1/3 of Europe’s pop.

  • 25 million

  • Periodic waves for 300 years

  • 3 types of Plague

  • Traveled along Silk Road via Fleas on Rats

The Black Plague

  • Peasants revolted & demanded more freedom

  • Farmers diversified crops

  • Fewer workers = higer wages

  • Serfs escaped to cities

HYW

  • 116 years

  • Charles IV of France dies

  • Edward III of England wants France

  • Joan of Arc saint/witch who helped win war.

  • English Tech.


Trade and commerce
Trade and Commerce

The Black Plague

  • Killed 1/3 of Europe’s pop.

  • 25 million

  • Periodic waves for 300 years

  • 3 types of Plague

  • Traveled along Silk Road via Fleas on Rats

The Black Plague

  • Peasants revolted & demanded more freedom

  • Farmers diversified crops

  • Fewer workers = higer wages

  • Serfs escaped to cities

HYW

  • 116 years

  • Charles IV of France dies

  • Edward III of England wants France

  • Joan of Arc saint/witch who helped win war.

  • English Tech.

Trade/Commerce

  • People move to cities for better wages

  • Status determined by wealth and ability, not birthright

T/C

  • Italian traders

  • Bankers

  • Guilds

  • Middle Class


Trade and commerce1
Trade and Commerce

T/C

  • Middle class merchants gained control of great sums of money by organizing banks

  • Medici Family


Rise of the city state
Rise of the City-State

City-State

  • Italian cities, tied to foreign partners

  • Rich/powerful

  • Popes and Emperors fought – lost power

  • Florence, Italy center of Renaissance

T/C

  • Middle class merchants gained control of great sums of money by organizing banks

  • Medici Family


Spirit of the renaissance
Spirit of the Renaissance

Spirit of the Ren

1. Scholars & artists looked to art & writing from Ancient Greece and Rome for guidance

Spirit of the Ren

1. Medici family used their profits to promote education & arts

Spirit of the Ren

1. Crusades made Europeans eager to learn about the world

City-State

  • Italian cities, tied to foreign partners

  • Rich/powerful

  • Popes and Emperors fought – lost power

  • Florence, Italy center of Renaissance

T/C

  • Middle class merchants gained control of great sums of money by organizing banks

  • Medici Family