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    • Medieval EuropeCulture, Hundred Years War and the Further Development of Monarchy
    • Objectives: The Hundred Years’ War and Plague• What impact did the Plague have?• How did the war start? What was it about?• What decided the tide of the war?
    • The Black Death• Killed large numbers of people• Depopulation affected European economy and social patterns
    • The Hundred Years’ War in General• England and France fought over Normandy• Edward III of England claimed the French crown
    • England Took the Early Lead• Military technology helped win early conflicts --Crecy and Agincourt• Longbow --distance, accuracy, armor piercing
    • The French Made a Comeback• Joan of Arc unified the French • Captured, burned as a heretic• The English lost almost all French lands
    • Impact of the War• Unified both France and England• Helped end feudalism
    • Objectives: Country Development• How did the monarchs increase their power? Be able to give examples.• Identify the primary kingdoms and major rulers of those kingdoms.
    • France• Louis XI strengthened monarchy
    • England• Wars of the Roses, for the throne• Henry VII defeated Richard III
    • Spain: Ferdinand and Isabella• Used church to unite people
    • Holy Roman Empire• Not really unified• Hapsburgs gained power through marriage