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AP World Ch. 14
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What pecenage of the western European population was rural during the late Middle Ages?
Western Europeans of the later Middle Ages referred to themselves as...
What caused the end of serfdom in western Europe?
The Black Death
List 4 contributors to the doubling of the European population between 1100-1445
-Warm temperatures reduced mortality from starvation.
-New farming techniques.
The Bubonic Plague was brought to Europe by ________ traders.
What was the three-field system?
An agricultural method
By the time it subside, the Black Death had killed what percent of western Europeans?
List 4 social results of the Black Death epidemic.
-An end to Serfdom for all intents and purposes.
-An increase of per capita production.
-A demand by labors for higher pay.
Where had windmills and watermills been common?
Western European mainland
In the Europe's later Middle Ages, the rapid growth of industry resulted in environmental changes; List 4 of them.
-Water pollution by industries such as tannaries.
-The creation of quarry pits and mines.
-The damming of rivers.
What was a result of the continued growth of trade and manufacturing after 1200?
The growth of the urban areas in the Latin West
List 4 reasons for the growth of metal working industries in the Middle Ages.
-Improved mining techniques from central Europe.
-New soures of metals.
What was the crucial factor to the growth of cities?
The beginning of the guild system
What was Marco Polo's goal?
To travel to the Mongol capital
What was the predominant city for trade with the Far East during the Middle Ages?
List 4 characteristics of trading cities in Europe during the Middle Ages.
-They were home to most of Europe's Jews.
-They were often "charted cities where residents could claim freedom"
-They offered people more social freedom than rural places.
-They were able to quickly adapt to changing market conditions.
What official role did the Catholic Church play in the persecution of Jews in medieval Europe?
It played no official role
What was a guild?
Craft specialist from the same trade
What was one of the most significant growth industries in the 14th century?
Where was the Hanseatic League based?
List 4 characteristics of merchant banking in the 15th century.
-Money changing/ Loans.
What "architectural wonder" first made its appearance in France on or about the year 1140 C.E.?
List 4 distictive features of the Gothic cathedrals.
-Giant stain glass windows.
-Their great height.
-The fixing buttresses.
Where did the Renaissace begin?
Some of the "lost knowledge" of the Greek and Arab world came into the Latin West through the recapture of what areas, and from whom?
The recapture of southern Italy from the Byzantines
The recapture of Sicily and Toledo from the Muslims
Before they were expelled in 1492, where was the largest population of Jews in the West found?
What were the two new religious orders in the 13th century that lent themselves to teaching?
Dominican and Franciscan
In the universities of the Latin West, all courses were taught in _______.
The most notable work in Scholasticism, the "Summa Theologica," was written by _______ ________?
List 4 features of the "Divine Comedy".
-Features the Roman poet Virgil as the author's guide through Hell.
-Made use of Greco-Roman classical themes.
-Used the vernacular forshadowing the literary fashions of the later Italian Renaissances.
-Written by Dante Alighier.
What was one of the significant features of the growth of literature in the 14-15th century?
The composition of literature in the vernacular
In what area could the greatest influence of humanist be found?
In the area of reforming secondard education
What factor fostered artistic growth in the Renaissance?
The Patronage of wealthy merchants and prelates
Credit for "the lost art of painting" being revived is traditionally given to which individual?
What changes transformed later medieval military technology?
Fire arms and crossbows with metal tipped arrows
List 4 characteristics of the Magna Carta.
-Affirmed that the monarchs were subject to established laws.
-Comfirmed the indepedence of the church and the city of London.
-Guaranteed the nobles hereditary rights.
-Also known as the "Great Charter."
Who led the French to victory in the desicive battle during the Hundred Years War?
Joan of Arc
Over what did the Great Western Schism originate?
The nationality of the Pope
List 4 elements of the "new monarchies" in Europe between 1450-1600?
-They relied of full time aries paid for by taxes.
-It increased control over powerful noble families .
-The Primary nation's were England, France, and Spain.
-Increased centralized power within large fixed geographic limits.
Spain's "reconquest" and political consolidation excluded which group?
By 1500, what had become a permanent part of English Government?
The English Parliment
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