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LATE MIDDLE AGES
14TH & 15TH CENTURIES
Crisis & Recovery
MATCH TRANSLATIONS
a) Devastating
b) Harvest
c) Famine
d) Illness
e) Manufactured
f) Losses
g) Recovery
h) Demand
i) Trade...
1) WAR
 Nobles fought against
each other
 Nobles battled
against their king
 Hundred Year´s war:
France vs England
1337...
2) FAMINE
 Harsher winters
 Less people working
the land
 Not enough crops
 Malnutrition
 Illness caused by weaker
de...
3) BLACK DEATH
 Terrible epidemic
 Possibly a bubonic plague
 Contagious
 Poor hygine and lack of medical
knowledge
 ...
CONSEQUENCES?
 Drop in European population
from 80 to 45 million (almost
halved)
 Recession in economy, less
demand for ...
RECOVERY
1. Kings gained control
2. Growth of population
3. Greater demand on
manufactured products
4. More peasants
5. Se...
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Late middle ages crisis recovery

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Late middle ages crisis recovery

  1. 1. LATE MIDDLE AGES 14TH & 15TH CENTURIES Crisis & Recovery
  2. 2. MATCH TRANSLATIONS a) Devastating b) Harvest c) Famine d) Illness e) Manufactured f) Losses g) Recovery h) Demand i) Trade 1. Comercio 2. Pérdidas 3. Enfermedad 4. Fabricados 5. Cosecha 6. Devastador 7. Recuperación 8. Demanda 9. Hambruna
  3. 3. 1) WAR  Nobles fought against each other  Nobles battled against their king  Hundred Year´s war: France vs England 1337 to 1475  Not enough peasants (they are at war)  Destruction of harvests  Lower production of food
  4. 4. 2) FAMINE  Harsher winters  Less people working the land  Not enough crops  Malnutrition  Illness caused by weaker defences
  5. 5. 3) BLACK DEATH  Terrible epidemic  Possibly a bubonic plague  Contagious  Poor hygine and lack of medical knowledge  Spread by traders and pilgrims coming from Asia  Spread along trade routes  Decimated population  One third of population of Europe died
  6. 6. CONSEQUENCES?  Drop in European population from 80 to 45 million (almost halved)  Recession in economy, less demand for manufactured products  Social conflicts  Countryside Peasant rebellions against landlords who were increasing taxes  Cities Population attacked wealthier classes, Jewish were blamed for catastophes. • Discontent • Conflict • Social ruptures
  7. 7. RECOVERY 1. Kings gained control 2. Growth of population 3. Greater demand on manufactured products 4. More peasants 5. Search for new trade routes began 6. Geographical discoveries 7. New products in trade 8. More open mentality

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