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AP European History Summer AssignmentRequired: Read the first chapter of our textbook—Chapter 11: The Later Middle Ages: Crisis andDisintegration in the Fourteenth Century.Required: Make a copy of this document, and take notes on the chapter in the Chapter OutlineTemplate below. This outline will be due on the first day of class on Google Classroom.Required: Study theCH 11 Vocabularyand the events listed in the Chronology boxes.There will be aCH 11 Quizduring the first week back to school. This quiz will consist of 10 vocabularydefinitions, 10 True/False questions, and 5 events you will need to put in chronological order on atimeline.AP European History Teachers:Mr. Ruegg ([email protected])Mr. Rodriguez ([email protected])Ms. Sosa ([email protected])Spielvogel Chapter 11OutlineDirections: Add bullet point notes for each section of the chapter, then answer the Primary Source Analysis and Focus Questions foreach section. Use yourown words.I. A Time ofTroubles: BlackDeath and SocialCrisisA.Famine and Populationa.Towards the end of the 13th century, there were weather changes and some people consideredit as a “little ice age”b.Between 1315 and 1317, heavy rains destroyed harvest and cropsc.By 1300, a great increase population increase occurredB.The Black Death: From Asia to Europea.The Black Death struck Asia, Europe, and Africa in the mid-fourteenth centuryb.China’s population declined from 120 million to 80 million by 1400c.By 1340s and 50s, the Black Death had reached most places in the Middle EastC.The Black Death in Europea.The Black Death reached the mid-fourteenth centuryb.In 1347, the plague had reached Europe by Genoese merchants bringing itc.Between 1347 and 1353, the population has declined 25 to 50 percentD.Economic Dislocation and Social Upheavala.Between 1347 and 1353, incomes have dropped more than 20 percentPrimary Source Analysis1.Jacob von Königshofen, “The Cremation of the Strasbourg Jews” (312)a.What charges were made against the Jews in regard to the Black Death?

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