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Sarah Otto Western Civilization Section 2 November 2, 2010 Mr. Dunkel Key terms Chapters 10 and 11 BLACK DEATH- Bubonic plague, first striking Europe 1347-1350. Carried by fleas and spread by trade, the disease destroyed millions of human victims over the next three centuries. JACQUERIE- Violent 1358 peasant uprising in northern France, incited by the ravages of disease, war, and taxes. RICHARD II- (1367-1381) King of England who seemed willing to capitulate to peasants' complaints during the Wat Tyler Rebellion (1381) but later put down its leaders. Later deposed and assassinated. AVIGNON- Seat of the papacy 1305-1378 as a result of power struggle between French and Italian kings. MASTER ECKHART-(1260-1327) Dominican monk who preached an introspective and charismatic version of Christian piety. HUNDRED YEARS’ WAR-(1337-1453) Long conflict fought on French soil, ostensibly over English monarchs’ supposed right to the French throne. JOAN OF ARC- (1412-1431) French teenager, supposedly divinely inspired, who led forces
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