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Daily Life in the Middle Ages (1000-1600)

Daily Life in the Middle Ages (1000-1600)

Rural Areas Nobility Peasants/Serfs Towns/Cities Size Industry Population Drops Why? Food Pestilence Key Terms Feudalism Vassal/Knight Fief Guild System Black Death Daily Life in the Middle Ages (1000-1600) Traits of Feudalism (Social/Economic System of Middle Ages)

By Jimmy
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The Late Middle Ages And the Renaissance

The Late Middle Ages And the Renaissance

The Late Middle Ages And the Renaissance. The Black Death. loss of 1/3 of European population (mostly in cities) Causes: bubonic plague carried by fleas on Asian black rats; poor sanitation, overcrowded homes, poor health, poor hygiene, poor housing

By libitha
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From Monarchy to Democracy

From Monarchy to Democracy

From Monarchy to Democracy. By Wil Walker. Small history behind Monarchy Who’s who in the Monarchy The beginnings of Parliament. The different Houses of British Rule. The best and Worst of the monarchy What lead to search for Democracy to Monarchy. What you will Learn.

By mills
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The Renaissance and Reformation

The Renaissance and Reformation

The Renaissance and Reformation. Library Class. Pre-Renaissance. Standard: 1.04; 3.02; Learning Target: Student will know how the church leaders in 1000 AD fought to control religious ideas that went against their beliefs. Student will know the definition of heresy.

By mead
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The Black Death (Bubonic Plague)

The Black Death (Bubonic Plague)

The Black Death (Bubonic Plague). England 1348 – 1350 (20 Slides). 1. Yersinia pestis. bacteria-born disease. carried in blood of black rats & fleas that lived off the rats. fleas forced to seek alternatives. including humans. 2. 3. The Path of the Plague. 4. came from Caffa

By lobo
(488 views)

Feudal Crisis and the Origins of the Modern World (13501650)

Feudal Crisis and the Origins of the Modern World (13501650)

Feudal Crisis and the Origins of the Modern World (13501650). I. CRISIS IN EUROPE Epidemics (Plague) Climate Change Wars II. RESPONSE In Agriculture 1. Pressure on Peasants 2. Enclosures 3. Loans In Manufacture Decline of Guilds III. POLITICAL TRANSFORMATIONS

By kura
(211 views)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400) . by Geoffrey Chaucer. Introduction of Geoffrey Chaucer Introduction of the Canterbury Tales Analysis of this work Contribution by the author. GEOFFERY CHAUCER. Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400).

By neva
(258 views)

Federal Bureau of Investigation	 	 Biohazard Division fbi

Federal Bureau of Investigation Biohazard Division fbi

Federal Bureau of Investigation Biohazard Division www.fbi.gov INTERNAL DEPARTMENT USE ONLY – NOT TO BE DISTRIBUTED. From: Agent Robert Hode To: Assistant Director Skinner Subject: Updated briefing for Case Number #BD1347

By orien
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CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3

CHAPTER 3. Death and Burial Through the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Christian Influence During the Early Middle Ages. Timeline- 400AD-1400AD. Funeral Schemes 668-690 AD. Carry dead to the church for Requiem Mass Anoint them with holy water Celebrate the masses

By eugene
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The Late Middle Ages: Crisis and Disintegration in the Fourteenth Century

The Late Middle Ages: Crisis and Disintegration in the Fourteenth Century

Chapter 11. The Late Middle Ages: Crisis and Disintegration in the Fourteenth Century. Focus Questions. ​What impact did the Black Death have on the society and economy of Europe? ​What major problems did European states face in the fourteenth century?

By milly
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Western Europe During the Late Middle Ages

Western Europe During the Late Middle Ages

Western Europe During the Late Middle Ages. Mr. Millhouse World History AP Hebron High School. The Rise of Regional States. Holy Roman Empire Loose confederation of states Tense relationships with the papacy prevents creation of powerful state Capetian Dynasty in France

By hayward
(177 views)

World Population Growth Through History

World Population Growth Through History

World Population Growth Through History. Billions. 12. 11. 2100. 10. 9. Modern. Age. Old. 8. Iron. Middle. Bronze. Stone. Age. New Stone Age. Ages. Age. Age. 7. Future. 6. 2000. 5. 4. 1975. 3. 1950. 2. 1900. 1. 1800. Black Death. —. The Plague. 2000.

By mikhail
(120 views)

The English Language

The English Language

The English Language. A Living Language: evolving for 1500 years and counting. English is a member of the Germanic language group , which includes German, Dutch, Flemish, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian. Old English 450-1100 Middle English 1100-1500 Modern English 1500-.

By adila
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Ch. 23 – Medieval World

Ch. 23 – Medieval World

Ch. 23 – Medieval World . Lesson 3 only!!. Joan of Arc.

By river
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The Black Death

The Black Death

The Black Death. By. Dylan Waters. Bubonic. The black death came in three different forms bubonic, pneumonic, and septicemic. The bubonic plague was the most common type of the Black Death. The death rate was 30-75%

By loman
(206 views)

CHY 4U0 – West and the World Unit 1- Renaissance and Reformation

CHY 4U0 – West and the World Unit 1- Renaissance and Reformation

CHY 4U0 – West and the World Unit 1- Renaissance and Reformation. PowerPoint has new layouts that give you more ways to present your words, images and media. . Emerging from the Dark Ages 1450-1600. Unit 1- Renaissance and Reformation.

By stian
(572 views)

Music History

Music History

Music History . Medieval Music 1066 - 1500. A Medieval overview…. During the Medieval era, the church dominated the lives of the people. From birth to death, whether you were a peasant, a servant, a noble, a lord or a King.

By waldemar
(136 views)

The Medieval Period ( 1066-1485 )

The Medieval Period ( 1066-1485 )

The Medieval Period ( 1066-1485 ). A. Centralized England's power – He appointed representatives to collect taxes, organize the military, and supervise legal matters. I. The Reign of William the Conqueror. I. The Reign of William the Conqueror.

By haamid
(234 views)

REVOLUTIONS

REVOLUTIONS

REVOLUTIONS. GREEN FAMILY UNIT TWO. WE WILL BE LOOKING AT THREE REVOLUTIONS 1. THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION OF ENGLAND 2. THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 3. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. By the end of this unit you will be able to …. A. COMPARE THE MAJOR IDEAS OF THE FOLLOWING PHILOSOPHERS:

By rhoswen
(147 views)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400)

The Canterbury Tales (1387-1400) . by Geoffrey Chaucer. Introduction of Geoffrey Chaucer Introduction of the Canterbury Tales Analysis of this work Contribution by the author. GEOFFERY CHAUCER. Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400).

By helena
(126 views)

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