FQ7 - Period 5 November 22, 2004 Focus Question 7 How did...

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Period 5 November 22, 2004 Focus Question 7 How did the Hundred Years War, the Black Plague, and problems in the church alter medieval society? Medieval society had three foremost events that altered medieval society, the Hundred Years War, the Black Plague and problems in the church. The Hundred Years War divided the French against the English, the Black Plague ruined many types of relationships, and problems in the church led to the creation of two main schisms, which divided Christians. The Hundred Years War, the Black Plague, and problems in the church altered medieval society by creating divisions of Europe. The Hundred Years War altered medieval society by creating a divide between the French and the English, which helped to break down the feudal system. The war started because an English king, who was a duke in France, had his land in France taken away by King Philip VI of France. The war caused the two countries to dislike each other greatly and the people were divided for some years even after the war had ended. There was no
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FQ7 - Period 5 November 22, 2004 Focus Question 7 How did...

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