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CHAPTER 11 STUDY GUIDE Identifications and Vocabulary Black Death Spanish Inquisition conversos conciliarists Council of Constance Galenic medicine Golden Bull Medici Babylonian Captivity Great Schism Hanseatic League Henry VII of England Hundred Years' War Ciompi Fugger family putting-out system Joan of Arc flagellants Jan Hus Spanish union of crowns Mehmed II Rising of 1381 *************************** Learning Objectives 1. Discuss the causes and effects of the politicization of the church. 2. Assess how the Great Schism changed the church and the Papacy. 3. Analyze the causes behind urban and agrarian revolts and unrest. 4. Assess the socioeconomic impact of the Black Death. 5. List and discuss the reasons affecting the spread of royal authority in late medieval states.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Compare and contrast the political makeup of Europe in 1500 with that of 1300. *************************** Study Topics 1. How did the papacy's political power and religious authority change in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries? You'll need to refer back to chapter 10 to answer this question well. 2. How did the political makeup of Europe in 1500 differ from that in 1300? 3. What factors contributed to rural unrest in the later Middle Ages? 4. What were the effects of the Black Death on fourteenth and fifteenth century Europe? Can you attribute these changes to the Black Death alone? 5. What forces worked to limit the power of rulers in the fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries? Compare the examples of England, France, and Italy....
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