The Medieval AgesThe Medieval Ages
Middle Ages is a time of extremes – from religious fervor to complete immorality; from chivalry and knighthood to torture and chaos; from ignorance and filth to new ideas in weaponry and to the development of the world’s first printing
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E. Napp Objective: To identify and explain the effects of the Black DeathE. Napp Objective: To identify and explain the effects of the Black Death
People afflicted by it bled from the nose or got large tumors and purple spots all over their body
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Social and Economic Effects of the PlagueSocial and Economic Effects of the Plague
The society experienced an upheaval to an extent usually only seen in controlled circumstances such as carnival. Faith in religion decreased after the plague
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Effects of the Black Death reared its head sporadically inEffects of the Black Death reared its head sporadically in
The workforce had been destroyed farms were abandoned and buildings crumbled. The price of labor skyrocketed in the face of worker shortage, and the cost of goods rose. The price of food, though, didn't go up
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The Impact of the Black Death: Changes and Continuities IntroductionThe Impact of the Black Death: Changes and Continuities Introduction
And then there’s the question of whether there was more change than continuity. It’s a lot to hold and organize in your head but making the pattern of changes and continuities more concrete through physical representation may help students to understand more and
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Spread and Impact of the Black DeathSpread and Impact of the Black Death
This is the first and greatest outbreak of the plague. It would remain endemic in the European continent until the 17th century. The plague has its origins arguably in Central Asia in mid-14th century
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Decline of Kilwa, an East African City-StateDecline of Kilwa, an East African City-State
Black Death in Europe and Asia depressed the world economy for decades, leading to a substantial drop in the demand for gold. During that period, the Husuni Kubwa palace was deserted
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Name: Period: RowName: Period: Row
In English history, the Magna Carta (1215), the Petition of Rights (1628), and the Bill of Rights (1689) all reinforced the concept of
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How to Write an IntroductionHow to Write an Introduction
Remember! The introduction is a movie preview – it does not give away the ending!
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The Latin West, 1200–1500The Latin West, 1200–1500
What were the major causes of population decline in the fourteenth century, and what results did this have in social, economic, and political terms?
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Dawn of the Global World 1450-1800 For the Masters in Modern British and European HistoryDawn of the Global World 1450-1800 For the Masters in Modern British and European History
Other weeks will take a more comparative approach. Considering the way in which Chinese intellectuals turned to classical texts in ‘Neo-Confucianism’, for example
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Name Ms. K. DemircanliName Ms. K. Demircanli
Tang China emerged as one of the greatest empires in the medieval world. Merchants, clerics, and envoys from India, Persia, Arabia, Syria, Korea, and Japan thronged the streets of Chang'an, the capital
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Worst disasters – lives lost (U. S.)Worst disasters – lives lost (U. S.)
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Review QuestionsReview Questions
Describe the economic organization of a typical Manor (Open Field Village). Overall do you think this form of organization promoted or discouraged economic growth during the middle ages? What evidence can you cite to support your answer?
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Western Europe Fall of Rome(476)-1450Western Europe Fall of Rome(476)-1450
England and France being examples and due to increased trade developed further into centralized monarchies in the late Middle Ages
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