1 - Hist 151 - H ist 151 The Crisis Ridden 14th century(2nd...

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Hist 151 10/1/10 The Crisis – Ridden 14 th century (2 nd most interesting… 6 th ) (Another century of crisis… 1 st ) 1 st cent BC crisis – change in Roman gov’t from republic to empire 14 th cent BC crisis – Renaissance An array of crises: 1. Spiritual: Eckhart, Wycliffe et al v. Church 2. Political: Hundred Year’s War, 1337 – 1453 3. Cultural: the death of Chivalry? 1346 4. Economic/Demographic: Black Death in 1347 – 48 5. Social: Fuedalism on the brink, peasants and laborers in rebellion 6. Question for the day: Were these overlapping crises related, and if so, how? When Edward 3 claimed the French Throne in 1340…PPT o Root cause of Hundred Years War: English kings held French fiefs under control o The reigning French king dies with no true heir That’s when Edward 3 rd came into power o Feudalism couldn’t deal with this conflict (didn’t have the men or army needed to win it) Consequences of 100 Years War o Different kind of governments, Kings rule over true citizens
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course HIST 151 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at City College of San Francisco.

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1 - Hist 151 - H ist 151 The Crisis Ridden 14th century(2nd...

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