Formation of
Western Europe
    Chapter 14
BACKGROUND
Some historians are now crediting
diseases such as the Bubonic Plague with
being one of the major driving facto...
ASSIGNMENT
Question: How can disease profoundly affect the history of a
civilization?
  • You should use the Bubonic Plagu...
OUTLINE
Your paper should proceed according to the following outline:
 I. Introduction and thesis statement

 II.Effects o...
.1 Church Reform &
     Crusades
The Age of Faith, 900-1500


Problems in the church?


    Papal curia, tithe?


    New religious orders?
Describe a gothic cathedral
Describe a gothic cathedral
Chartres Cathedral
Chartres Cathedral
Chartres Cathedral
Chartres Cathedral
Chartres Cathedral
The Crusades …
take notes in the Cornell style
The Crusades
Crusades, 1096-1204

1071, Holy Land conquered by Seljuk Turks

1095, Pope Urban II calls for a crusade

1096, First Crusa...
Results of the Crusades:


• Stimulated trade and towns


• Strengthened kings and central power


• Weakened the Church

...
.2 Changes in
Medieval Society
Identify key advances in agriculture, learning, and trade
Horsepower
Three-field System
Guilds
Commercial
Revolution
Fairs and Trade
Urban life
Resurgence of Learning
Resurgence of Learning
Resurgence of Learning
Resurgence of Learning
.3 England & France
Be able to analyze how democratic traditions took shape
in England and France.


     describe the various invaders who co...
Key Names & Terms
William the Conqueror   Philip II

Henry II                Estates-General

common law              1066...
.4 100 Years War &
      Plague
Describe the Black Death and the Hundred Years War and
the effects they had on Europe.


    identify the problems faced b...
The Black Plague …
take notes in the Cornell style
The Black Plague …
   don’t take notes
Key Names & Terms
Avignon              Joan of Arc

Great Schism         Crecy, Poitiers, and
                     Agincou...
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    1. 1. Formation of Western Europe Chapter 14
    2. 2. BACKGROUND Some historians are now crediting diseases such as the Bubonic Plague with being one of the major driving factors in human history; they say it has been as important a factor as geography or war.
    3. 3. ASSIGNMENT Question: How can disease profoundly affect the history of a civilization? • You should use the Bubonic Plague as an example. Therefore, you should explain how the Bubonic Plague affected the world in the 14th century. • You should also use an example of a different disease that has affected the world in the past 100 years, such as smallpox, the Spanish Flu, Malaria, AIDS, Cholera, or Typhus. • Your essay should follow the standards of mechanics, usage, and grammar. • You must use three or more quality sources outside of the textbook. Two of those must be physical, print sources. • Cite all of your sources using parenthetical notation. • Submit your paper to turnitin.com, and bring a physical copy to class.
    4. 4. OUTLINE Your paper should proceed according to the following outline: I. Introduction and thesis statement II.Effects of the Bubonic Plague III.Effects of a different disease IV.Based on your two examples, provide an analysis of how disease can profoundly affect the history of a culture V.Conclusion
    5. 5. .1 Church Reform & Crusades
    6. 6. The Age of Faith, 900-1500 Problems in the church? Papal curia, tithe? New religious orders?
    7. 7. Describe a gothic cathedral
    8. 8. Describe a gothic cathedral
    9. 9. Chartres Cathedral
    10. 10. Chartres Cathedral
    11. 11. Chartres Cathedral
    12. 12. Chartres Cathedral
    13. 13. Chartres Cathedral
    14. 14. The Crusades … take notes in the Cornell style
    15. 15. The Crusades
    16. 16. Crusades, 1096-1204 1071, Holy Land conquered by Seljuk Turks 1095, Pope Urban II calls for a crusade 1096, First Crusade; conquers Jerusalm in 1099 1146, Second Crusade fails; Byzantium fails to capture Damascus 1187,Third Crusade, "Crusades of Kings": Frederick Barbarossa of Germany, Philip Augustus of France, Richard I, the Lion-hearted of England recapture Acre; ends in truce between Richard and Saladin Yusuf Ibn Ayyub, leader of the Seljuk Turks, granting right of pilgrims to enter Jerusalem for pilgrimages. 1198, Fourth Crusade, “the Trader Crusade”: plunders Byzantine Empire in 1204 1212, “Children’s Crusade” 1400s, Reconquista
    17. 17. Results of the Crusades: • Stimulated trade and towns • Strengthened kings and central power • Weakened the Church • Weakened serfdom • Encouraged learning
    18. 18. .2 Changes in Medieval Society
    19. 19. Identify key advances in agriculture, learning, and trade
    20. 20. Horsepower
    21. 21. Three-field System
    22. 22. Guilds
    23. 23. Commercial Revolution
    24. 24. Fairs and Trade
    25. 25. Urban life
    26. 26. Resurgence of Learning
    27. 27. Resurgence of Learning
    28. 28. Resurgence of Learning
    29. 29. Resurgence of Learning
    30. 30. .3 England & France
    31. 31. Be able to analyze how democratic traditions took shape in England and France. describe the various invaders who contributed to English culture explain how England’s government took the first steps toward democracy describe the Capetian dynasty in France
    32. 32. Key Names & Terms William the Conqueror Philip II Henry II Estates-General common law 1066, Battle of Hastings Magna Carta Eleanor of Aquitaine parliament King John Hugh Capet
    33. 33. .4 100 Years War & Plague
    34. 34. Describe the Black Death and the Hundred Years War and the effects they had on Europe. identify the problems faced by the church in the 1300s and 1400s describe the bubonic plague and its effects on Europe Explain the Hundred Years’ War and its impact
    35. 35. The Black Plague … take notes in the Cornell style
    36. 36. The Black Plague … don’t take notes
    37. 37. Key Names & Terms Avignon Joan of Arc Great Schism Crecy, Poitiers, and Agincourt John Wycliffe “twin pillars of the Jan Hus medieval world” bubonic plague Hundred Years’ War

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