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A famous document called the Magna Carta, or great charter, was a legally written agreement that limited the kings power and strengthened the rights of nobles. As feudalism declined, the Magna Carta took a bigger meaning and contributed to ideas about individual rights in England
Magna carta no man is above the law ....................... Signed King John
In the 1300's, a terrible disease called the bubonic plague or black death swept across Asia and reached Europe in the late 1340's. Over the next two centuries, the plague killed millions in Europe. It struck all kinds of people rich, and poor, young and old, town owners and county people. Almost everyone who caught the plague died within a few days. In some places, whole communities were wiped out. The deaths of so many people led to economic and social changes which then led to the decline of feudilism
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The Hundred Years' War contributed to the decline of feudalism by helping to shift power from feudal lords to monarchs and to common people. 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.
These political changes strengthened royal authority at the expense of nobles and strengthened the rights of common people. The Magna Carta limited the power of English monarchs; Henry II's legal reforms strengthened common law, judges, and juries; Edward I's Model Parliament gave a voice to common people.
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