Decline of Feudalism

Decline of Feudalism
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  • The Decline of Feudalism by Maribel Vazquez 
  • The Feudalism is political Developments in England helped to weaken feudalism in that country. 
  • The bubonic plauge first struck Europe from 1347 to 1351. I turned about every decade into the 15th century, leaving major changes in it's wake. 
  • The black death caused symptoms, or signs, of the plague included a fever, vomiting, fierce coughing and sneezing fits, and egg-sized  swelling or bumps. 
  • The bacteria that caused this disease were carried by fleas and when the rats would die, the fleas would pass on to other animals and people. 
  • Travelers reported that dead bodies covered the ground in central Asia and India. 
  • the English rebels succeded in entering London and presenting their demands to the king, Richard 2.
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