Decline of Fuedalism

Decline of Fuedalism

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  • The Bubonic Plague 
  • Reaper: Death Comes
  • I was dead before you came, I died from the plague. 
  • The Hundred Years War
  • English: We claimed this land
  • French: But this is our land
  • The Magna Carta
  • We all deserve rights
  • The Magna Charta
  • The plague helped the decline of feudalism by killing a lot of people, which accelerated the political and economic changes in Europe.
  • The Magna Carta
  • King John: I will talk Just don't kill me
  • The Hundred Years War was fought over fiefs of land in France controlled by English lords. The king of France disputed these claims, eroding the English lord's power.
  • Markets
  • Goods
  • The Magna Carta was a document showing the agreement between the lords and the monarch to observe common law.
  • Markets
  • This document would later be the inspiration for movements pushing for more power to the common people. It also shifted power away from the nobles.
  • Lords: Ok Cool
  • In the late middle ages, towns were coming back to how they were in the Roman Empire, becoming trading centers. Due to an imrovement in farming methods, more people could come to towns.
  • Because of more people coming to towns, people didn't need the Lord's protection. This led to independent towns, which took away the lords power.
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