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The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
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The hundred years' war

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  • 1. CITIES,MERCHANTS AND BANKERS 14TH CENTURY
  • 2.  CROWDED TOWNS DIRTY NO ROADS GARBAGE
  • 3.  SHOPS ○BAKERS ○SADDLERS ○BUTCHERS
  • 4.  TOWNS BELONGED TO A LORD YEOMEN: FARMERS WHO OWN/RENT AND WORK THE LAND FROM THE LORDS
  • 5.  THE ARTISANS ORGANIZED THEMSELVES INTO GUILDS THE GUILD WAS BASED ON THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ITS MEMBERS
  • 6. STEPS TO BECOME A GUILD APPRENTICE - 7 YEARS JOURNEYMEN MASTER CRAFTMEN
  • 7. TRADERS FROM ALL OVER EUROPE ITALIANS – SILKS AND SPICES FLEMINGS – CLOTH MADE WITH ENGLISH WOOL GERMANS - FURS FRENCHS - WINE
  • 8.  PORT CITIES GREW GREATLY WITH TRADE. BRISTOL LONDON HULL SOUTHAMPTON
  • 9.  THE KING RECEIVED HIS SHARE OF THE TRADES BY PLACING ROYAL CUSTOMS OFFICERS IN THE IMPORTANT PORTS CALAIS WAS A STAPLE TOWN
  • 10.  MERCHANTS OF THE WOOL TRADE FORMED THE MERCHANTS OF THE STAPLE. RICH MERCHANTS WERE ABLE TO RIVAL THE BARONS POWER FINANCED THE WARS OF EDWARD III
  • 11.  THE FEUDAL SYSTEM ALLOWED: AGRICULTURE EXPANSION ECONOMIC STABILITY GROWTH IN POPULATION

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