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Early Middle Ages Nature: Extremely low population, stable, but scattered Size: half of during the height of the Roman empire Location: across most of Europe Causes: remnants of the roman empire decline due to cold weather/ice age High Middle Ages: Nature: growth, population explosion Size: doubled in a brief period Location: all over Causes: more stable weather, plow development, crop rotation (3 fields), surplus food/population. Plow can break through clay. Later Middle Ages: Nature: rapid and fast decline Size: estimates include a third of population to one half, in some areas Location: all across Europe Causes: famine due to ice cap (again), black death, 100 years war Renaissance: Nature: Growth Size: Location: Causes: End of Black Death, as well as city restoration, Government Organization/Cultural Impact Early Middle Ages: Feudal relationships developed due to the weakened and fearful population High Middle Ages: population led to a decline in feudalism with a surplus population and
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