HIS109Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Joseph Goebbels, Political Philosophy, Pope Gregory Vii

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Europe in the 1300s
Feudalism
Term used by historians to describe the social structure from the fall of the
Roman Empire, emerging in the late 9th century
Lords: nobles who owned/controlled the land
Vassals: holders of land by feudal tenure on conditions of homage and
allegiance
Serfs: free workers of the lord, inherited, basically property
Describes a set of political, social, and economic values in which public power
lay in the hands of the private
Decentralized government
Lords
Nobility who owned/controlled land
Top in feudalism, beginning in 9th century
Owed allegiance to the king, but had independent power bases
Collected taxes, administered justice, raised private armies
Social Crisis, Economic Dislocation, Plague, and War: 1300-1500
Little Ice Age
Significant and abrupt cooling leading to a shorter growing season, decline in
agricultural productions, famine, and starvation
Began in 14th century Europe
Weakened society before plague
Black Death
Bubonic plague on rodents from China
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Began in the 14th century, outbreaks on and off
Killed 60-70% of its victims, wiped out entire towns, 35% of Europe
Caused economic and social disruption
Labour shortages leading to workers finding landlords with better
terms
English Peasant Revolt
English peasants, leader Wat Tyler and John Ball
Peasant conditions had improved after plague (greater freedom, higher
wages, lower obligations) and they want it to stay that way
Legislation is passed to re-impose former rents and lower wages as well as a
poll tax (charged every citizen)
Widespread rebellion, murder archbishop of Canterbury
March to London, Richard II agrees to terms
1381
Catholic Church and Medieval Society
Gregorian Reforms
Pope Gregory VII, 1050-1130
Series of reforms involving moral integrity and authority of the church
Complained about domination of church by laymen and church involvement
in feudal obligations
Wanted:
Freedom of church from state control
Negation of sacramental character of kingship
Domination of papacy over secular rulers
Led to change in role of Church, investiture controversy, large measure of
freedom from secular control, improved moral and intellectual level of clergy
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Crusades
Urban II, 1095-1291, FOUR
Series of Holy Wars fought in the name of God against non-Christians
Mostly French fighters
Urban wanted to:
Regain Holy Lands for the cross
Reunite Western Christendom after disputes over Gregorian Reform
Increase papal prestige
Work toward ending schism between Western and Eastern church
United Europe against a common enemy, instilled military values in the
people, violence for God
Medieval and Early Modern Politics: Monarchies Cities, and States
State Competition
France, Italy, England, 15th century
Developed better methods of governing
Centralized authority takes over: head taxes, permanent armies (all need a
centralized leader)
Competition amongst states intensifies, frequent small-scale wars
States start seeking technological advances to strengthen armies
Rise of Towns
As more land is being cultivated and people live longer, people begin moving
from rural to towns
Rise of a new group of people (merchants, doctors, skills)
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Term used by historians to describe the social structure from the fall of the. Roman empire, emerging in the late 9 th century.  vassals: holders of land by feudal tenure on conditions of homage and allegiance.  serfs: free workers of the lord, inherited, basically property.  describes a set of political, social, and economic values in which public power lay in the hands of the private. Top in feudalism, beginning in 9 th century.  owed allegiance to the king, but had independent power bases.  collected taxes, administered justice, raised private armies. Social crisis, economic dislocation, plague, and war: 1300-1500: little ice age.  significant and abrupt cooling leading to a shorter growing season, decline in agricultural productions, famine, and starvation.  weakened society before plague: black death.  bubonic plague on rodents from china www. notesolution. com.  began in the 14 th century, outbreaks on and off.

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