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  • Decline of Serfdom
  • We will no longer work for you
  • The Revival of Towns
  • We will not go back to your estate
  • We want to make our own laws and settle disputes in our own courts
  • Guilds and New Business Practices
  • Stop by an buy shoes or weavings!
  • There was a lot of food during the middle ages and because they had a lot of food serfs didn't have to work on farms anymore and they could do whatever they wanted. So they wanted to settle in new places and start towns.
  • Early England-The Norman Conquest
  • I am the new king and I will try to do good things.
  • Serfs didn't need to farm anymore so they decided to settle in new places and they built towns. Serfs wanted freedom in the towns. They had their own laws and their court. Towns were usually well protected with high thick walls, towers, and drawbridges.
  • Reforming English Law
  • I caught this young man stealing
  • Put the man in jail for a week. And I'll add this case to the book of laws
  • A lot of merchants started to go trading really far and sometimes they could set up guilds and they would sell their goods for other goods or other people could buy their goods.
  • King John of England & the Magna Carta
  • In England the Roman people that were there left after the Roman Empire started to fall. Then three Germanic tribes invaded and they settled there. Then eventually the normans invaded England and the Normans defeated the Saxon king. The new king tried to make England better.
  • In England they started making laws by solving cases. After a case if the laws didn't say anything about it then they would add it and then later those laws became the common law.
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