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13.Crisis of the - Lecture 13 Crisis of the 14th Century Being of the crumbling of medieval world Church power declining Questions(1 What were the

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Lecture 13: Crisis of the 14 th Century Being of the crumbling of medieval world Church power declining Questions: (1) What were the reasons for the decline in the Christian Church’s authority in the Late Middle Ages? (2) What were the reasons for the continued decline of feudalism and feudal authority in the Late Middle Ages? (3) Why and in what ways did social order and stability of the High Middle Ages dissolve in the Late Middle Ages? Key Terms: Avignon Papacy Great Schism Battle of Agincourt Malthusian Crisis Black Death Danse Macabre -artistc motif-when people are dancing with skeletons-everyone has to face death and die-inevitability of death I. The Church: Decline of Papal and Church Authority Wanted to exercise monarchical control over everything, including clergy Kings wanted to tax church land No leniency to pope A. Medieval Monarchs 1. Edward I of England (1272-1307) 2. Phillip IV of France (1285-1313) Excommunicated by Boniface Phillip doesn’t really care Has Boniface kidnapped to try Boniface in royal court Question college of cardinals to elect a French pope. 3. Question of temporal authority versus spiritual authority (again!) 1
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B. Pope Boniface VIII (1294-1303) 1. Challenged by the kings By Phillip IV C. Avignon Papacy (1305-1378) 1. Clement V (1305-1314) French Persuaded to leave Rome by Phillip to leave Papacy in Rome. Geographically and Politically 1305-1378 2. Avignon, not Rome -1305-1378 a. loyalty Decline of loyalty b/c its in france Captive of French King b. lifestyle
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13.Crisis of the - Lecture 13 Crisis of the 14th Century Being of the crumbling of medieval world Church power declining Questions(1 What were the

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