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The hundred years' war

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The hundred years' war

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

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