EUH 1000 - 16. The End of the Middle Ages OL

EUH 1000 - 16. The End of the Middle Ages OL - 16. The End...

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16. The End of the Middle Ages Black Death o Bubonic plague o Crimea o Coming to Europe – rats Changing weather patterns, famine, filth o Pneumonic - other type of plague o Plague Helpers o Common Perception and Reaction Flagellants – come in a holy procession into a city whipping themselves and said they were taking their sins Social and Political Instability o 100 Years War (1337-1453) The Players Valois - France Plantagenet – England Philip VI the Fortunate (1328-1350) - French Gascony – seen by the king of England Edward III (1327-1377) - English o Routiers – foot soldiers The Battles Crécy (1346) – English take position at the top of a hill and bring the long bowmen to the front, English won Poitiers (1356) – Victory for the English o Black Prince Edward o King John II the Good – taken captive, dies in captivity Battle of Agincourt (1415) English won Later Stages Dauphin Charles - French Henry V – English, dies, leaves 8 mo. heir
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