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    1. 1. Culture and Daily Life Renaissance and Reformation
    2. 2. Superstitions• Why did people believe in superstitions? • can control fate
    3. 3. Superstitious Nature of Europe• people were poor and uneducated• people had little control of their destinies• science was primitive and people understood little about the natural world
    4. 4. Witches• Who was targeted as witches? • women without a husband (widow)• What happened to a witch? • death punishment burned at the stake
    5. 5. Forms of Recreation• games at gathering places (skittles)• traveling shows• holidays with costumes• poking fun at village life• social protests
    6. 6. Cause for violence• close-knit communities with anyone who upset village traditions or behaved oddly• quarrels between neighbors• strains of a famine
    7. 7. Spread of Knowledge• Printed works - broadsides, books, almanacs, and translated Bibles• traveling preachers• primary schools
    8. 8. Europe c. 1400 Europe c. 1600Population decrease by population growing black death rapidly leading to inflation new vegetables, coffee,Diet of cheese and eggs tea, spices, and chocolate ate with fingers forks and spoons houses built with brickthatched-roof cottages and stone rural poverty movement to cities

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