The Decline of feudalism in Western Europe

The Decline of feudalism in Western Europe
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  • In the 12th and 13th centuries a famous document known as the Magna Carta was a written law that limited the kings power and strengthened the rights of nobles.
  • Carta
  • Thus nobles are now allowed to have more strengthened rights therefore kings are limited power. Signed, King John
  • Magna
  • A terrible disease called the bubonic plague swept across Asia and reached Europe in the late 1340's. Over the next two centuries it killed over millions of people in Europe. If you had the disease you died within days and sometimes the comuunties were wiped out.
  • I have the Black death help me my beloved husband.
  • Sorry, but I can't. I will get it too. 
  • 100 years of war.
  • From 1337-1453 took place of the 100 years of war.
  •  France and England fought a series of battles known as the Hundred Years' War. This conflict changed the way wars were fought and shifted power away from feudal lords to monarchs and the common people. 
  • Kings began to support the new town in exchange for money. They agreed to protect towns and made laws to help towns grow rich. Then with the money paid by townspeople, kings hired armies and used them to attack troublesome nobles.
  • The growth of cities.
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