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Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Social, Political and Economic Influences of the Late Middle Ages
Social, Political and Economic Influences of the Late Middle Ages
Crusades 1095-1291
Crusades 1095-1291
Crusades 1095-1291
Crusades 1095-1291
Crusades 1095-1291
Crusades 1095-1291
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Trade
Trade
Birth of the Town (The Founding)
Birth of the Town (The Founding)
Birth of the Town (The Founding)
Birth of the Town (The Founding)
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Medieval Universities
Medieval Universities
Oxford University
Oxford University
Oxford University
Oxford University
The Late Middle Ages and The Catholic Church
The Late Middle Ages and The Catholic Church
Competition to Build the Grandest Cathedral for the Glory of God
Competition to Build the Grandest Cathedral for the Glory of God
Competition to Build the Grandest Cathedral for the Glory of God
Competition to Build the Grandest Cathedral for the Glory of God
Notre Dame, Paris
Notre Dame, Paris
Notre Dame, Paris
Notre Dame, Paris
Notre Dame, Paris
Notre Dame, Paris
Theocracy of Europe
Theocracy of Europe
Theocracy of Europe
Theocracy of Europe
Theocracy of Europe
Theocracy of Europe
How the Church Saved Civilization
How the Church Saved Civilization
Art and Literature
Art and Literature
Art and Literature
Art and Literature
Some Ancient Symbology
Some Ancient Symbology
Feudalism: Parallel Pyramids
Feudalism: Parallel Pyramids
Social Relations A political, economic, and social system based on
Social Relations A political, economic, and social system based on
Social History
Social History
Social History
Social History
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Introduction to Modern European History: Feudal Society
Medieval Castle
Medieval Castle
Medieval Castle
Medieval Castle
Medieval Castle
Medieval Castle
The Black Plague
The Black Plague
The Black Plague
The Black Plague
Preconditions for Plague
Preconditions for Plague
Preconditions for Plague
Preconditions for Plague
What was the Plague
What was the Plague
What was the Plague
What was the Plague
The Spread of the Plague
The Spread of the Plague
Life during the Plague
Life during the Plague
Procession of the Flagellants
Procession of the Flagellants
Procession of the Flagellants
Procession of the Flagellants
Procession of the Flagellants
Procession of the Flagellants
Impact
Impact
The Hundred Years’ War 1337-1453
The Hundred Years’ War 1337-1453
French Monarchy Family Tree
French Monarchy Family Tree
Progress of the War: Stage 1
Progress of the War: Stage 1
Progress of the War: Stage 1
Progress of the War: Stage 1
Stage 1 Continued…
Stage 1 Continued…
Stage 2- 1369-1422
Stage 2- 1369-1422
Stage 2- 1369-1422
Stage 2- 1369-1422
Stage 2- 1369-1422
Stage 2- 1369-1422
Stage 2- 1369-1422
Stage 2- 1369-1422
Stage 3
Stage 3
Stage 3
Stage 3
Stage 3
Stage 3
Timeline
Timeline
The Challenges to the Papacy throughout the 14th Century
The Challenges to the Papacy throughout the 14th Century
The Great Schism (1378-1417)
The Great Schism (1378-1417)
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of the Renaissance
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1Introduction to Modern European 30independence English rights to French
History: Feudal Society. Adorate Deum. throne 4 million population. France
2Social, Political and Economic Internal disunity and conflict Lack of
Influences of the Late Middle Ages centralization French Navy attacking
(Overview). Crusades Trade Roman Catholic English Ports Phillip VI reclaims Gascony
Church The Black Plague The Hundred Years (English King Vassal) 17 million
War The Great Schism. population.
3Crusades 1095-1291. 31French Monarchy Family Tree.
4 32Progress of the War: Stage 1. Early
5Trade. Allows for Exchange of ideas advantage for France (most knights in
Increased Wealth = Increased Consumer Europe) Dominate English Channel Early
goods/luxuries Crusades/Trade create English invasions fail (bankrupts England)
unified Christendom Renaissance of the Tide Begins to Turn French navy
13th Century? annihilated in 1340.
6Birth of the Town (The Founding). 33Stage 1 Continued… The Black Prince,
Towns begin to develop around Europe Edward son of Edward III Battle of Crecy
Centered around Churches and Markets 1347- English longbowmen crush French
Dominated by Guilds Non-Traditional Social Black Death ravages Europe 1348 (lull in
Group (Artisan). fighting) French King, John II, captured
7 at the Battle of Poitiers French
8Medieval Universities. Government collapses- Call for the Estates
9Oxford University. General Rise of the Jacquerie Peace of
10The Late Middle Ages and The Catholic Bretigny-Calais England controls half of
Church. Chartres, France. Society in 13th France.
Century Europe Religion Dominates all 34Stage 2- 1369-1422. Charles V regains
aspects of life Papacy exerts both secular some lost territory but went MAD England
and spiritual authority Age of the great struggles with internal conflicts England
Cathedrals and Gothic Art Renaissance of regains supremacy at Battle of Agincourt
the 13th Century. Treaty of Troyes establishes Henry IV as
11Competition to Build the Grandest heir to French throne- takes throne in
Cathedral for the Glory of God. Scotland. 1422.
Cologne. 35Stage 3.
12Notre Dame, Paris. 36Stage 3. Joan of Arc appeals to
13Theocracy of Europe. Popes, Cardinals Charles VII Leads French army to repeated
anoint Kings Europe is united in victories Rise of French nationalism
Christianity Political and Religious Charles sees Joan as a threat and has her
hierarchy is similar Some diversity in executed as a heretic 1453 War ends-
practices and beliefs Church, Good Works, Britain retains only Calais.
Sacraments, Key to Salvation Preoccupation 37Timeline. 1340- English Victory at the
with death. Bay of Sluys 1346- English Victory at
14How the Church Saved Civilization. Crecy and seizure of Calais 1347- Black
Church Monopolizes education Monasteries Death Strikes 1356- English Victory at
centers of education and literature Monks Poitiers 1358- Jacquerie disrupts France
study and copy ancient texts Some classic 1360- Peace of Bretigny-Calais recognizes
works are preserved Others destroyed English holdings in France 1381- English
because of the cost of paper. Peasants Revolt 1415- English Victory at
15Art and Literature. Christian focus Agincourt 1420- Treaty of Troyes 1422-
Very little realism. Henry VI proclaimed King of both England
16Some Ancient Symbology. Blend of and France 1429- Joan of Arc leads French
Ancient Pagan Traditions and Christianity to victory at Orleans 1431- Joan of Arc
13th and 14th Century Papacy tries to executed as a heretic 1453- War Ends;
tighten the reigns on ancient symbology. English retain only Calais.
17Feudalism: Parallel Pyramids. State 38Impact. Begins process of political
King Lords Lesser Lords Knights Artisans centralization in Europe Significant
Peasantry, Serfs. Church Pope Cardinals military evolution (Gunpowder) Early rise
Arch Bishop Bishop Clergy and Religious of nationalistic feelings First popular
Orders Parishioners. challenges to secular and spiritual
18Social Relations A political, authority End of English claims to France.
economic, and social system based on 39The Challenges to the Papacy
loyalty and military service. throughout the 14th Century.
19Social History. Peasants Agrarian 40The Thirteenth-Century Papacy. The
society Very little opportunity for social Roman Catholic Church was the most
mobility Labor/product is currency Peasant important institution in the feudal world
are producers and consumers Life is short, Controlled both the political and
days are long, goal salvation Service for religious institutions Conflict arises
Protection. Women and Family High infant between the temporal and spiritual domains
Mortality 20%of Women die in child birth as monarchs began to centralize their
Family works together to farm small plots power taking it away from the church.
of land After Marriage women are husbands 41The Challenges to the Papacy. Avignon
property No rights to inheritance Papacy (1309-1377) Under strong French
Education takes place in the home. influence Seven popes resided in Avignon
20 which Pope John XXII was the most powerful
21Medieval Castle. Result: The Great Schism Groups of people
22The Black Plague. Preconditions for begin to act out against the Roman
Plague What was the Plague? The Spread of Catholic Church Ex: Lollards in England
the Plague Life During the Plague Impact. and Hussites in Bohemia. Unam Sanctam
23Preconditions for Plague. Famine (crop (1302) Pope Boniface issued this bull and
failure), Lowered Immune System Population it declared that temporal authority was
growth (Over-Population?) Urbanization + ‘subject’ to the spiritual power of the
Dense living conditions International church. Results: monarchs begin to rule
trade. It is believed that the Plague was over the religious institutions Boniface
brought over by rats on trade routes. is forced to repeal the Unam Sanctam which
24What was the Plague? Bubonic Plague shows a loss of papal power Please See
“Black Death” Plague is caused by the Historiography assignment and journal.
bacteria, Yersinia pestis. The bacteria 42The Great Schism (1378-1417). Pope
lives in the stomach of fleas Symptoms of Urban VI and Clement VII Conciliar Theory
the Plague: Swelling of lymph nodes. Fever The Councils. Urban VI was in power until
of 101-105 Black blotches called “buboes” “the thirteen” (most of which were French)
formed on body, swelling and oozing puss. elected Clement VII causing conflicts
Death within 4-7 days of being affected. doctrine that asserted the superiority
Eww. under certain circumstances of the general
25The Spread of the Plague. Came to councils over the church The Council of
Europe in 1347. Spread extremely quickly. Pisa (1409-1410) The Council of Constance
Rats to Fleas to Humans. Mainly afflicted (1414-1417) The Council of Basel
areas along trade routes. (1431-1449) Finally Martin V is elected as
26Life during the Plague. Obsession with the one and only Pope.
death and dying. Europe = Emo No 43Results of The Great Schism. Some
explanation / no remedies Different people begin to question the church’s
reactions amongst population: Repented spiritual and secular authority
sins, thought God was punishing them. Magistrates and city councils reformed and
(Flagellants) Gave themselves over to sin regulated religious life as secular
and promiscuity. Left cities, went to control increased Martin V was made Pope
country side to seek seclusion. by the Council of Constance which ended
27Procession of the Flagellants. Would The Great Schism Separation of secular and
walk from village to village whipping spiritual authority.
themselves and others as a sign of 44Sowing the Seeds Of Change: Causes of
repentance. the Renaissance. New social, political and
28Impact. 1/3-1/2 of European population economic opportunity Increased
dies. Decrease in population increases centralization of political power,
need for laborers, leads to increase in foundations of the Nation-State
wages. Peasant revolts Cities rebound and Intercontinental trade and earliest stages
prosper. Results in growing middle class. of global economy (Capitalism) Exchange of
Artisans organize into guilds. Guilds gain ideas Weakening Papacy, Challenges to
political power. Peasants in the field. Church Authority.
29The Hundred Years’ War 1337-1453. 45Homework. Imagine you are a peasant
30Causes of the War. England English living in the fourteenth century, describe
rights to French territory (Edward III) a day in your life (assume you can read
Economically vital resources in region and write) in a journal.
Flanders vital to wool trade (Wants
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