Decline of Feudalism

Decline of Feudalism
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  • The Decline of Feudalism by: Noah Delacruz 
  • Attention, the Magna Carta is created.
  • Hooray!
  • WE want more money , more rights!
  • YEAH!
  •  The Decline of Feudalism was affected in many ways such as The Magna Carta, The Bubonic Plague and The Hundred Years' War. There were three individuals who were benefited from the outcomes and they were John the Noble,  Bob the Commoner ,and  Alexander the King.
  • Join my side.
  • Here some money because I'm joining.
  • When the Magna Carta was the created, it had rules that kings that couldn't violate. It also protected and strengthened nobles' rights as well as John's. He felt happy when heard the news about the Magna Carta.  This how the Magna Carta contributed to decline of feudalism.
  • The Magna Carta contains all my rights.
  • I demand more rights and cash.
  • I created a sense of unity.
  • After that The Bubonic Plague happened. Workers started to die because there was no medicine to help them. After the plague, workers were needed but, there weren't. Bob and other commoners survived the plague and started rebellions and demanded more money and more rights. Bob felt angry and  felt like he needed to do this.
  • No king can violate our rights.
  • I need more rebellions.
  • I keep paying my knights.
  • After the war power was shifted from feudal lords to the kings. Kings had paid the  knights, earning their loyalty which made them join the king. This was how feudalism was affected. This made Alexander feel more powerful since he stripped away the feudal lords' power.
  • Nobles obtained power through the Manga Carta because their rights were strengthened through the Magna Carta. Commoners obtained power through the plague by demanding more rights and money, then later on power was shifted from feudal lords to common people. Lastly, Kings were able to obtain power by creating a sense of national unity.
  • Nobles maintain their power by keeping the Magna Carta because not even kings can violate the Magna Carta. Commoners maintain their power by causing more rebellions to maintain their power. Lastly, kings maintain their power by continuously paying the knights.
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