The Decline of Fuedalism By Natalie Alvarez

The Decline of Fuedalism By Natalie Alvarez
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  • Ahhhhh! It bit me!!
  • HAHAHAHAHA!! 
  • There is a ship coming with the Bubionic plague. 
  • ITALY
  • Quick! Shut all the doors!
  • The decline of Fuedalism is the weaking of political and economic systems, caused by one of the reasons the decline of Fuedalism, The Bubonic Plague. 
  • The Bubonic plague was a deadly disease caused by the bacteria in fleas and rats. The sickness caused black and blue blotches on each others skin.
  •  The plague was spread by travelers who came from Asia, India, and Europe, it also might've been carried to Italy on a ship.
  • Around 24 million people died. Travelers said that the floors were covered with dead bodies. People could've prevented it with proper hygiene but people didn't like to take care of them selves.
  • This contributed to the decline if feudalism because there were so many deaths in Europe that it changed Europe's social pyramid. 
  • Peasants gained power because more and more people died, that meant there weren't any more people to give and demand rights. 
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