3 During the Babylonian Captivity in Avignon the pope was arrested and both him

3 during the babylonian captivity in avignon the pope

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3. During the “Babylonian Captivity” in Avignon, the pope was arrested and both him and the papacy were moved to Avignon, France where Philip IV’s chosen French popes ruled the church. At this time, seven Bishops of Rome, otherwise known as popes, dwelled in the church in Avignon. 4. The main teachings of Wycliffe and Huss were about abuses in the church. They were a threat because they challenged some of the church’s doctrines and the pope’s authority in the process, which some viewed threatful. Political and religious powers handled Wycliffe and Huss by burning them both at the stake. 5. The consequences of the Great Schism, or the break of communication in the church lead to some drastic changes. As a result of the Great Schism, two separate churches were created, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and the Roman Catholic Church. Both of these churches were formerly unified as one, but split as a result of the rift in communication. Medieval Russia 1. In the 13th and 14th century, the conditions of Russian Rule consisted of Mongolian armies coming in and creating havoc. This stayed the case for a while until Moscow came into the picture. By the end of the 15th century, conditions changed since Moscow was able to take full control of Russia, and end the term of the Mongols. Part Four: There were many ways Europe stayed the same and reinvented itself throughout the course of time between the Fall of Rome and the end of the Middle Ages. Europe remained unchanged in ways such as religion. During the whole of this time period, religion had always been heavily influential and important for the people. Religion was the staple between people and god, and was largely meaningful to just about everyone. Another aspect that stayed similar through this time were the social classes. They lacked much change, so other than minor modifications the aristocracy, clergy, and commons social structure stayed intact. Although some things in Europe remained unaltered, much had also changed in the continent. The papacy principles were changed, when King Philip IV won the quarrel against Boniface VIII, and was able to rule his way. Another revision that was made to Europe was the trading. The trading continued to change, whether it was the products, the trade centers, or the routes. This allowed for expansion of routes to different areas which may have not previously had trade, or for new availability of precious and rare goods in trade centers. All in all, Europe has both kept traditions and changed the way things were done, but through the time between the Fall of Rome and the end of the Middle Ages everything that was perfected and altered
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ultimately segways into the the next era, the Renaissance.
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