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Chapter 11 Kelsey Griswold
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The Black Death In 1348 the bubonic plague swept through Europe in an epidemic that killed untold numbers of people, and disrupted trade, culture and daily life for people. An italian writer name Giovanni Boccaccio wrote a collection of stories called the Decameron , which has a plague setting in which a group of young women and men flee to Florence to escape the plague and entertain themselves by telling stories.
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The Great Schism In 1300, Pope Boniface VIII celebrated the great jubilee year at Rome that brought pilgrims and visitors from all over the Christian West to pay homage to the papacy and the church it represented and lead. This was one of the final symbolic moments of papal supremacy over European life and culture. Within the next three years Philip the Fair
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Great Schism Cont. By 1309, the papacy, under sever pressure from the French, had been removed to Avignon in Southern France where it remained for nearly seventy years. By 1378 the papacy was further weakened
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This note was uploaded on 11/24/2011 for the course HUM 201 taught by Professor David during the Fall '10 term at BYU.

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