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Notes 4/11/2017 Foundation of the West Relics Remnants of saints, holy people Power Pilgrimage Rome, Santiago de Compestela Canterbury Personal Relationship to religion Jewish Life Ashkenazi and Sephardic Ashkenazi – Lived under Christians, life was difficult, pushed out of economic life by Christians, Jewish patients couldn’t see Christian Doctors. Vice versa Sephardic – Lives around the Mediterranean, lived under Muslims, can convert or pay fine, Life was better for this group, Deterioration of place in Western Christendom 4 th century Influence of Church Middle Ages: fanaticism and violence Crusades, Inquisition The Hundred Years War (1337 – 1453) Between England and France, Highest powers at the time Lasts around 120 years Significant because how it affects Europe afterwards House of Valois - French vs. House of Plantagenet – England Gascony – Region where Flanders – Claims to the French Throne Edward III and his mother (Isabella) 1337: Tensions Explode Edward for England, Phillip for France
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  • Summer '11
  • C.Lim
  • History, Hundred Years' War, Plantagenet – England, Kept traditional warfare, Changes army tactics, strongly religious views, Ashkenazi – Lived

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