Conflict or Rebirth

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Conflict or Rebirth

  1. 1.  Approx. 1000 – 1300 C.E.  Towns develop  Learning increases  Trade increases – Guild’s develop  Modern nations develop
  2. 2.  Very powerful institution  Competed for power with monarchs  Played a major role in the Crusades
  3. 3.  1096 – 1270  Purpose: To recapture the holy lands  Only one true victory – 1st Crusade  One truce – 3rd Crusade  The rest - failures
  4. 4.  1000’s Christians begin to repopulate Spain  By 1490’s Reconquista was a policy that drove Muslims and Jews out of Spain using a court called the Inquisition
  5. 5.  Lasted from 1347-1351  Spread through central Asia and Europe  Killed 30 million people  Europeans thought it was spread through God’s wrath  It was an infectious disease which spread through flea bites and bodily fluids  Helped bring an end to Feudalism in Europe
  6. 6.  Lasted more than 100 years – did not consist of one long battle  Between France and England  Began with the Battle of Hastings in 1066  Led to the development of the countries of France and England  Joan of Arc led the French to victory at the Battle of Orleans
  7. 7.  England emerges as one of the most powerful countries in Europe  1215 – King John forced to sign the Magna Carta – created a bill of rights for nobles (he was overspending and over taxing nobles)  Parliament is created several years later to keep the monarchy in check
  8. 8.  The Church and the Monarchy compete for political power  Military struggles for land  Disease changes the population  Europe emerges as one of the strongest political, cultural, and military powers
  9. 9.  The Church and the Monarchy compete for political power  Military struggles for land  Disease changes the population  Europe emerges as one of the strongest political, cultural, and military powers

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