Chapter 7 study guide

Chapter 7 study guide - 1. The black death: killed one...

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1. The black death: killed one third to one half of Europe, bumps developed on infected people’s groin and armpits causing the body to eventually turn black, some cities were even hit two or more times with it. The economic effects were great for the poor. They could now demand high wages for their services. 2. Three “secret” weapons that the English had were: the foot solder, the longbow, and gunpowder. The muslins introduced gunpowder into Europe. 3. The Great Schism was a rift between the French and Italian factions of the College of Cardinals. This eventually led to the election of two popes, which was a huge embarrassment for the Church. 4. Chaucer introduced “social realism” by giving each of his characters a distinctive voice in his works. 5. Classical humanism is the revival of Greek and Roman culture. 6. The renaissance took place in Italy because it is at the center of Europe. 7.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HUMM 1301 taught by Professor ??? during the Fall '05 term at Collin College.

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Chapter 7 study guide - 1. The black death: killed one...

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