HIS 121c Lecture 1 The LONG Later Middle Ages 1000-1453

HIS 121c Lecture 1 The LONG Later Middle Ages 1000-1453 -...

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Unformatted text preview: 1-10The LONG Later Middle Ages 1000-1453 Course Themes How natural are disaster? With what or whom did people identify themselves? What political role did ordinary peoples spirituality play in shaping events? Did warfare create unity or disunity among the peoples of Europe? by the year 1000 public authority still prevailed most tangibly on the local level migrations within Europe had slowed no central authority because inheritance was still messed up property had to be divided equally people killing off each other to get as much property as possible peasants screwed lands constantly ravaged didnt know where to go for help because lords were killing each other thus shifting ownership of land the Church was gearing up for campaign to restore order to Christian society wanted Church to be the spiritual leader. What was Europe? did not exist cant call in Christendom way more than Western Europe was Christian Christianity was diverse...
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