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AP European History Chapter 12: Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
The Black Death - 3
Care for Black Death - 3
Causes of Hundred Years' War - 3
Hundred Years' War Battles - 3
Genoese ships brought the bubonic plague-The Black Death- to…
Most people had no rational explanation for the disease, and…
Edward III of England, the grandson of the French king Philip…
The battles took place in France and the Low Countries.... At th…
The Black Death - 3
Genoese ships brought the bubonic plague-The Black Death- to…
Care for Black Death - 3
Most people had no rational explanation for the disease, and…
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AP European History (Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages)
Black Death
Hundred Years War
Avignon Papacy
Great Schism
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed about one…
War between France and England from 1337 to 1453 that started…
(AKA Babylonian Captivity) The period from 1309 to 1376 when…
The division, or split, in church leadership from 1378 to 141…
Black Death
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed about one…
Hundred Years War
War between France and England from 1337 to 1453 that started…
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AP Euro - Chapter 12 key terms (The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages)
Great Famine
Black Death
Buba
Flagellants
1315-1317 was the first time this happened that century. It w…
One of the most devastating pandemics in human history, resul…
The boil that resulted from catching the Bubonic Plague, gave…
People who whipped themselves to cleanse their sin--they thou…
Great Famine
1315-1317 was the first time this happened that century. It w…
Black Death
One of the most devastating pandemics in human history, resul…
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AP Euro: Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
Agincourt
Babylonian Captivity
Banns
Black Death
English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to Eng…
term applied to the 70 years (1307-1377) when the popes resid…
public announcement by a parish priest that a couple planned…
bubonic plague that first struck Europe in 1347. It spread in…
Agincourt
English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to Eng…
Babylonian Captivity
term applied to the 70 years (1307-1377) when the popes resid…
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Chapter 12: Middle Ages
1315-1322
Little Ice Age
productivity, grain prices
1318
The Great Famine Years
Caused poor harvests which lead to the Great Famine
Disease=lower______ and higher_______
Typhoid kills 10% of Ypres population (year)
1315-1322
The Great Famine Years
Little Ice Age
Caused poor harvests which lead to the Great Famine
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History-Chapter 12-Middle Ages
magna carta
fief
manors
nuns
a legal document written by english lords in 1215 that stated…
a separate manor given to a vassal by the lord. The vassal di…
large estates owned by wealthy nobles
women who devoted their lives to religion and lived in their…
magna carta
a legal document written by english lords in 1215 that stated…
fief
a separate manor given to a vassal by the lord. The vassal di…
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Chapter 12- Middle Ages
Causes of Black Death
Vernacular
Church Schism
The Conciliar Movement
Little Ice age and the Great famine caused people to be susce…
Writings that are written in the regional language of each na…
A Push and Pull of Religion... Two popes, one in Rome, the other…
A group of cardninals who controlled the power of the papacy
Causes of Black Death
Little Ice age and the Great famine caused people to be susce…
Vernacular
Writings that are written in the regional language of each na…
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AP European: Chapter 12 The Later Middle Age
"Great Famine"
Bubonic Plague
Budo
Flagellants
in the years of 1315-1322, the cost of grain, livestock and d…
Aka Black death... Carried by fleas on rats and killed half of t…
The symptoms of the bubanic plague, a growth the size of a nu…
Some extremists joined "religious" groups, who whipped and sc…
"Great Famine"
in the years of 1315-1322, the cost of grain, livestock and d…
Bubonic Plague
Aka Black death... Carried by fleas on rats and killed half of t…
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Chapter 12 - Middle Ages
Crisis of 14th Century
Causes of Crisis of 14th Century
13th century art
Decline of Papacy
Combined factors that led to the end of the High Middle Ages…
Climate cooled after 1300 & poor harvests, black death in 134…
Described horrors of the plague vividly
Brought on by attack by kings (crown was envious of popes). B…
Crisis of 14th Century
Combined factors that led to the end of the High Middle Ages…
Causes of Crisis of 14th Century
Climate cooled after 1300 & poor harvests, black death in 134…
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AP Euro: Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
Agincourt
Babylonian Captivity
Banns
Black Death
English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to Eng…
term applied to the 70 years (1307-1377) when the popes resid…
public announcement by a parish priest that a couple planned…
bubonic plague that first struck Europe in 1347. It spread in…
Agincourt
English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to Eng…
Babylonian Captivity
term applied to the 70 years (1307-1377) when the popes resid…
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AP Euro chapter 12 (Black Death/Middle Ages)
great famine
Edward II
Black Death
Statute of Laborers (1351)
poor harvests that led to starvation in northern Europe in th…
was incompetent, tried to set price controls first on the sal…
the bubonic plague, legend holds that the plague broke out in…
an attempt by the English Parliament to freeze the wages of E…
great famine
poor harvests that led to starvation in northern Europe in th…
Edward II
was incompetent, tried to set price controls first on the sal…
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AP Euro: Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Late Middle Ages
Great Famine
Black Death
Flagellants
Agincourt
1315-1317 ... -Was the first time this happened that century. ... -…
-Named for discoloration of the body.... -Carried by seaborne ra…
-People who sough to do penance believed that the plague was…
-English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to En…
Great Famine
1315-1317 ... -Was the first time this happened that century. ... -…
Black Death
-Named for discoloration of the body.... -Carried by seaborne ra…
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Chapter 12: The Middle Ages
Wergeld
Diocese/Bishopric
Monk
Monasticism
The amount paid by a wrongdoer to the victim/victim's family;…
Area of jurisdiction... Important diocese=Rome, Alexandria, Jeru…
"One who lives alone" ... Sought life divorced from material wor…
Living together in community... Rules set by St. Benedict
Wergeld
The amount paid by a wrongdoer to the victim/victim's family;…
Diocese/Bishopric
Area of jurisdiction... Important diocese=Rome, Alexandria, Jeru…
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Chapter 12 Later Middle Ages
Great Famine of 1315-1322
Pasteurella pestis
Fur-collar crime
English Statute of Labourers
This cataclysmic event was caused by a combination of "consid…
This is the bacillus that causes bubonic plague and caused th…
During truces and after the Hundred Years' War, when nobles h…
Shortage of labor and demand for higher wages by workers resu…
Great Famine of 1315-1322
This cataclysmic event was caused by a combination of "consid…
Pasteurella pestis
This is the bacillus that causes bubonic plague and caused th…
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Chapter 12 the Middle Ages in Understanding Western Society (European History)
How did climate change shape the late…
How did the Black Death reshape Europe…
What were the consequences of the Hund…
Why did the church come under increasi…
Climate change shaped the late Middle Ages by lowering levels…
The Black Death brought labor shortages which allowed workers…
The consequences of The Hundred Years War were economic confl…
In the fourteenth century,the church offered little assistanc…
How did climate change shape the late…
Climate change shaped the late Middle Ages by lowering levels…
How did the Black Death reshape Europe…
The Black Death brought labor shortages which allowed workers…
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AP EURO Middle Ages 1300-1450: Chapter 12
-The climate change caused rivers to f…
-A Great famine that mirrors the Bibli…
-Infection causes a sharp decline in w…
-The Black Death... -1/3rd of the populat…
Why is the period between 1300-1450 referred to as a "little…
What happened from 1315-22?
What happened in 1318?
What happens from 1314-1721?
-The climate change caused rivers to f…
Why is the period between 1300-1450 referred to as a "little…
-A Great famine that mirrors the Bibli…
What happened from 1315-22?
AP Euro- Chapter 12: the crisis of the late middle ages
Severe weather
Poor nutrition
Jews, lepers, wealthy
The bubonic plague
In the early fourteenth century, ___ damaged crops, leading t…
___ increased susceptibility to disease and facilitated epide…
The starving scapegoated and blamed ____
Genoese ships returning from Asia brought __ to Italy in 1347…
Severe weather
In the early fourteenth century, ___ damaged crops, leading t…
Poor nutrition
___ increased susceptibility to disease and facilitated epide…
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Chapter 12 Art History Vocab. (Art of the Middle Ages)
Tympanum
Narthex
Mandorla
Crossings
A carved or decorated space over the door and under the arch…
A porch or vestibule before the main entrance of a cathedral.
An almond-shaped outline enclosing the full figure of a person.
The area of a church where the transept intersects the nave.
Tympanum
A carved or decorated space over the door and under the arch…
Narthex
A porch or vestibule before the main entrance of a cathedral.
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Chapter 12 Middle Ages
Black Death (Bubonic Plague)
Hundred Years' War
Joan of Arc
John Wyclif
(1348) Disease that was carried by fleas on Asian black rats…
(1337-1453) England (King Edward II) battles France (Philip V…
(1412-1431) French peasant girl who lead the French army to a…
(1330-1384) Believed that the church should only follow Scrip…
Black Death (Bubonic Plague)
(1348) Disease that was carried by fleas on Asian black rats…
Hundred Years' War
(1337-1453) England (King Edward II) battles France (Philip V…
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World History: Chapter 12; Middle Ages
Papal States
lay investiture
Pope Innocent III
sacraments
territories in central Italy; ruled by the Catholic Church
the practice of secular rulers appointing new officials to th…
a significant ruler of the Catholic Church; used the process…
a Christian rite
Papal States
territories in central Italy; ruled by the Catholic Church
lay investiture
the practice of secular rulers appointing new officials to th…
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AP Euro Chapter 12 - The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
Little Ice Age
Great Famine
Black Death
Causes of the Hundred Years's War
period of climate change lasting from about 1300-1450... - villa…
northern europe 1315-1322... - reduced caloric intake led to mal…
- spread by rats, poor urban conditions, and lack of personal…
1. Controversy over sucession... - Charles IV of France died chi…
Little Ice Age
period of climate change lasting from about 1300-1450... - villa…
Great Famine
northern europe 1315-1322... - reduced caloric intake led to mal…
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AP Euro: Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
Agincourt
Babylonian Captivity
Banns
Black Death
English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to Eng…
term applied to the 70 years (1307-1377) when the popes resid…
public announcement by a parish priest that a couple planned…
bubonic plague that first struck Europe in 1347. It spread in…
Agincourt
English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to Eng…
Babylonian Captivity
term applied to the 70 years (1307-1377) when the popes resid…
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AP Art History: Middle Ages
Looped fibula ... Merovingian ... Jour-le-Co…
Cross carpet page... Hiberno Saxon ... Lindi…
Saint Matthew ... Hiberno Saxon ... Lindisfa…
Saint Luke incipit page... Hiberno Saxon…
Looped fibula ... Merovingian ... Jour-le-Co…
Cross carpet page... Hiberno Saxon ... Lindi…
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AP EURO CHAPTER 12( crisis of the later Middle Ages, 1300- 1450)
Giovanni Boccaccio(1313-1375)
Ibu Abu madyan
Iberian penisula
Flagellants
Wrote the Decameron
Isolated his family allowed no one to enter or leave. And was…
Modern day Portugal/ Spain
Whipped and scourged themselves as penance for their sins
Giovanni Boccaccio(1313-1375)
Wrote the Decameron
Ibu Abu madyan
Isolated his family allowed no one to enter or leave. And was…
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History Chapter 12 Notes (China Middle Ages)
Tang Poetry
Early Rice
Gunpowder
Mongols
Celebrated Nature
Introduced in AD 960-1279
Invented by the Chinese
Were fierce warriors
Tang Poetry
Celebrated Nature
Early Rice
Introduced in AD 960-1279
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AP Euro: Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
Agincourt
Babylonian Captivity
Banns
Black Death
English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to Eng…
term applied to the 70 years (1307-1377) when the popes resid…
public announcement by a parish priest that a couple planned…
bubonic plague that first struck Europe in 1347. It spread in…
Agincourt
English victory near Arras in Flanders (1415) that led to Eng…
Babylonian Captivity
term applied to the 70 years (1307-1377) when the popes resid…
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AP Euro Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
Great Famine
Black Death
flagellants
Agincourt
A terrible famine in 1315-1322 that hit much of Europe after…
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed perhaps on…
People who believed that the plague was God's punishment for…
The location near Arras in Flanders where an English victory…
Great Famine
A terrible famine in 1315-1322 that hit much of Europe after…
Black Death
Plague that first struck Europe in 1347 and killed perhaps on…
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History chapter 12: late Middle Ages and the crusades
Lay investiture
Interdict
Sacrament
Heresy
The practice by which secular rulers both chose nominees to c…
A decree by the pope that forbade priests from giving the sac…
A Christian rite
The denial of basic church doctrines
Lay investiture
The practice by which secular rulers both chose nominees to c…
Interdict
A decree by the pope that forbade priests from giving the sac…
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history chapter 12 china in the middle ages
1. Wendi-
2. Empress woo (wu) -
3. Warlords -
4. Economy-
declared himself emperor.
added more officials to the government.
military leaders who run a government fought with each other…
is an organized way in which people produce, sell, and buy th…
1. Wendi-
declared himself emperor.
2. Empress woo (wu) -
added more officials to the government.
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Chapter 12: The Crisis of the later middle ages (AP Euro)
Great Famine
Who was the famine blamed on?
Edward II
Black Death
1315-1317 was the first time this happened that century. It w…
The Jews, who were expelled from France in 1306
1338 English king declared himself rightful heir to French th…
Deadly plague that decimated the European population.
Great Famine
1315-1317 was the first time this happened that century. It w…
Who was the famine blamed on?
The Jews, who were expelled from France in 1306
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Chapter 12 The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages"
Little Ice Age
Great Famine
Typhoid
Vagabonds
Climate change -colder and wetter
-Crops freezing, rain running wheat, oat, poor harvests... -Disa…
Epidemic & Ypres city 10% population dead & kill cattle
"homeless people" because people in Low Countries abandoned t…
Little Ice Age
Climate change -colder and wetter
Great Famine
-Crops freezing, rain running wheat, oat, poor harvests... -Disa…
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AP European History: A History of Western Society (Since 1300) (9th Edition AP) - Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages, 1300-1450
Little Ice Age
Great Famine
Typhoid Fever
Agrarian Crisis
1300-1450; climate became colder and wetter; Alpine and polar…
1315-1322; storms ruined wheat, oat, and hay crops; recurrenc…
1316: 10% of population of Ypres died; 1318: fever hit livest…
(ex. Languedoc, France); failed harvests, famine, villages ab…
Little Ice Age
1300-1450; climate became colder and wetter; Alpine and polar…
Great Famine
1315-1322; storms ruined wheat, oat, and hay crops; recurrenc…
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Chapter 12 Later Middle Ages
Great Famine of 1315-1322
Pasteurella pestis
Fur-collar crime
English Statute of Labourers
This cataclysmic event was caused by a combination of "consid…
This is the bacillus that causes bubonic plague and caused th…
During truces and after the Hundred Years' War, when nobles h…
Shortage of labor and demand for higher wages by workers resu…
Great Famine of 1315-1322
This cataclysmic event was caused by a combination of "consid…
Pasteurella pestis
This is the bacillus that causes bubonic plague and caused th…
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AP European History Chapter 12 - Recovery and Rebirth : The Age of the Renaissance
Renaissance
Entrepreneurs
Estates
Individualism
The "rebirth" of classical culture that occurred in Italy bet…
One who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk in a busine…
A class or order regarded as forming part of the body politic…
Emphasis on and interest in the unique traits of each person.
Renaissance
The "rebirth" of classical culture that occurred in Italy bet…
Entrepreneurs
One who organizes, operates, and assumes the risk in a busine…
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AP Art History Brillant Gardner's Art Through the Ages, 14e, Chapter 12: Romanesque Europe *work in progress
Romanesque Art
Historical Background
Patronage
Hildegard von Bingen
1050-1150, though as early as 1000 and as late as 1200, "in t…
great migration happened into and out of Europe, Crusades led…
society based on feudalism, peasants worked the land, artists…
German patron, woman, renowned author, composer, patroness
Romanesque Art
1050-1150, though as early as 1000 and as late as 1200, "in t…
Historical Background
great migration happened into and out of Europe, Crusades led…
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Chapter 12 - Middle Ages
Christianity
papal states
lay investiture
Pope Gregory VII
an integral part of the fabric of European society
popes of the Catholic Church reigned supreme over church affa…
practice by which secular rulers both chose nominees to churc…
(1073-1085) decided to fight lay investiture. Claimed that he…
Christianity
an integral part of the fabric of European society
papal states
popes of the Catholic Church reigned supreme over church affa…
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Chapter 12 - The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages - Vocabulary
The Great Famine of 1315 - 1322
Pasteurella pestis
Fur-Collar Crime
Conciliar Movement
In response to the "Little Ice Age"; reduced calorie intake;…
The scientific name of bacteria that caused the Black Plague.…
When nobles used their superior status to rob and extort from…
The conciliarists believed that church authority rested in th…
The Great Famine of 1315 - 1322
In response to the "Little Ice Age"; reduced calorie intake;…
Pasteurella pestis
The scientific name of bacteria that caused the Black Plague.…
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chapter 12 middle ages
wergeld
diocese
monk
monasticism
"money for a man"; in early Germanic law, a person's value in…
the area under the jurisdiction of a Christian bishop; based…
a man who chooses to live a communal life divorced from the w…
a movement that began in early Christianity whose purpose was…
wergeld
"money for a man"; in early Germanic law, a person's value in…
diocese
the area under the jurisdiction of a Christian bishop; based…
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Chapter 12 -- Middle Ages
Pope
Father
Clergy
Sacraments
Bishop of the church of Rome
Pope is a word that comes from the Latin word for _____.
Religious leaders
Sacred rituals or ceremonies of the church
Pope
Bishop of the church of Rome
Father
Pope is a word that comes from the Latin word for _____.
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The Late Middle Ages Chapter 12
Great Famine
Black death
Bubonic plague
Flagellant
Scarcity and starvation in almost all of northern Europe from…
Disease that spread all over Europe and killed many
Disease where you would get a big growth. Black Death
People who believed that the plague was God's punishment for…
Great Famine
Scarcity and starvation in almost all of northern Europe from…
Black death
Disease that spread all over Europe and killed many
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Chapter 12 China in the Middle Ages
United the Mongols and conquered a vas…
The earliest known printed book
A special group of Roman Catholic prie…
A famous European traveler who visited…
Genghis Khan
Diamond Sutra
Jesuits
Marco Polo
United the Mongols and conquered a vas…
Genghis Khan
The earliest known printed book
Diamond Sutra
Chapter 12 - The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
Great Famine
Black Death
Buba
Flagellants
terrible famine that hit much of Europe, 1315-1322. pg. 380a
bubonic plague that first struck Europe in 1347. It spread in…
the bio, on the neck, armpit, or in the groin that gave the d…
people who sought to do penance believed that the plague was…
Great Famine
terrible famine that hit much of Europe, 1315-1322. pg. 380a
Black Death
bubonic plague that first struck Europe in 1347. It spread in…
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Chapter 12: Late Middle Ages
The Great Famine
Bubo
The Black Death
Babylonian Captivity
What was the occurrance between the years of 1315-1322 that w…
The classic symptom of the bubonic plague; a growth the size…
Disease that reached western Europe by 1347 that was brought…
When the popes lived in Avignon from 1309-1376 and badly dama…
The Great Famine
What was the occurrance between the years of 1315-1322 that w…
Bubo
The classic symptom of the bubonic plague; a growth the size…
30 terms
Chapter 12: The Middle Ages
Hundred Years' War
Byzantine Empire
Black Death
John Wyclif
a series of conflicts waged from 1337 to 1453 by the House of…
the continuation of the Roman Empire in the East during Late…
one of the most devastating pandemics in human history, resul…
Biblical translator, and influential dissident in the Roman C…
Hundred Years' War
a series of conflicts waged from 1337 to 1453 by the House of…
Byzantine Empire
the continuation of the Roman Empire in the East during Late…
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Chapter 12 - China in Middle Ages
Warlord
Emperor Wendi
Economy
Empress Wu
Military leaders who run government
Reunited China and founded Sui dynasty
An organized which people produce, sell, and buy things
Only woman in Chinese history to rule country on her own
Warlord
Military leaders who run government
Emperor Wendi
Reunited China and founded Sui dynasty
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Chapter 12: The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
The Classic World
Latin
Christianity
Human Philosophy
What was the aera between 500 B.C and 500 A.D called?
What language originated from the Romans?
What religion originated from the Romans?
What were the Greeks interested in?
The Classic World
What was the aera between 500 B.C and 500 A.D called?
Latin
What language originated from the Romans?
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chapter 12: The Middle Ages
Printing Press
Charlemagne
Leanardo da Vinci
Feudalism
machine that wrote copy's and allowed the written word to be…
A.K.A Charles the great. He was one of the best leaders of th…
Leonardo da Vinci was a leading artist and intellectual of th…
A dominant social system. Held land for the crown in exchange…
Printing Press
machine that wrote copy's and allowed the written word to be…
Charlemagne
A.K.A Charles the great. He was one of the best leaders of th…
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Chapter 12 Later Middle Ages, 1300-1450's
Black Death
bubonic plague
flagellants
Dance of Death
*epidemic of the bubonic plague which killed approximately 30…
A bacterial disease of fleas that can be transmitted by flea…
People who whipped themselves to cleanse their sin--they thou…
a medieval dance in which a skeleton representing death leads…
Black Death
*epidemic of the bubonic plague which killed approximately 30…
bubonic plague
A bacterial disease of fleas that can be transmitted by flea…
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Middle Ages chapter 12
Warload
Economy
Reform
Monastery
Military leader who runs a government
Organized way in which people produce, sell, and buy goods an…
Change that tries to bring about an improvement
Religious community where monks live and work
Warload
Military leader who runs a government
Economy
Organized way in which people produce, sell, and buy goods an…
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Chapter 12- The Crisis of the Later Middle Ages
Book of Revelation
"Little ice age"
Great Famine
Typhoid
-Inspired sermons ... -Last book of New Testament... -Spoke of dise…
The period of time between 1300 -1450 where the weather of Eu…
1315-1322 called the "Seven lean years"
Common disease to get during the Great Famine, as with less f…
Book of Revelation
-Inspired sermons ... -Last book of New Testament... -Spoke of dise…
"Little ice age"
The period of time between 1300 -1450 where the weather of Eu…
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