decline of fuedalism

decline of fuedalism
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  • The growth of cities and towns led to the decline of feudalism because nobody needed protection anymore or land.  And instead of trading food and protection for loyalty they trade and barter for goods and other things.
  • Grwowing of cities of tows 
  • Grwowing of cities of tows 
  • The signing of the Magna Carta in 1215 led to the decline of feudalism because it  stated that no man, not even the king was above the law. So there  could be no rankings with the king above all with the peasants at the bottom.
  • Signing of the Magna Carta
  • During the struggle, monarchs on both sides had collected taxes and raised large professional armies. As a result, kings no longer relied extensively on nobles to supply knights for the army.In addition, changes in military technology reduced the need for nobles' knights and castles. The longbow proved to be an effective weapon against mounted knights. Castles also became less effective as armies began using gunpowder to shoot iron balls from cannons and blast holes in castle walls.
  • The 100 Years Wars
  • Fleas Bite rats then fleas regurgitate rat blood into open humans wounds which spread the plague.
  • The Black Plauge
  • The Black Plague led to the decline of feudalism because everybody was dying and the population was decreasing greatly. 
  • The Black Plague
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