2Page 103 Time Line Activity 15 Asia And AfricaThe Plague is carried to Alexandria EgyptThe Plague Moves to Libya and DamascusThe Plague reaches MakkahThe Plague erupts in China13451346134713481349135113531355EuropeThe Plague Appears in CaffaThe Plague appears in SicilyThe Plague reaches PisaThe Plague spreads through France & GermanyThe Plague Reaches Eastern Europe
3Page 109-110 World Literature Reading 15 1. Why did the husband tell his wife to take the pot off the fire?He wanted to teach her that he was in charge of the family and that no matter how silly his commands were, she had to obey them.2. What 3 places did the husband want his wife to put the pot?1st he told her to take it off the fire. Next he told her to put it behind the door. Last, he wanted her to put it on top of the hen-roost.
4Page 109-110 World Literature Reading 15 3. What did the wife do when her husband said the pot was exactly where he wanted it?She poured the stew on his head and said that now the stew was where she wanted it.4. Critical Thinking Explain the moral of the story.The Moral of the story is that a husband should not make unreasonable requests to his wife, because if he does, she may turn against him.
6Page 111-112 Primary Source Reading 15 1. What things, according to Saint Francis, bring true gladness?Patience and not being disturbed by suffering bring true Gladness.2. What is Saint Francis condition when he knocks on the gate?When Saint Francis Knocks at the gate, He is cold, covered in ice, and bloody.
7Page 111-112 Primary Source Reading 15 3. Who refuses to let Saint Francis in?A Friar refuses to let Saint Francis in.4. Critical Thinking What conclusion can you draw about Saint Francis from his definition of perfect gladness?We should reflect on the simplicity of his answer and the simplicity his life. Great things do not bring happiness – only simple patience and peace can do that.
9Page 113 Take-Home Review Activity 15 1. Under the Feudal System, the land was worked by _________________C. Serfs.
10Page 114 Take-Home Review Activity 15 C.E. 800Feudalism begins in Europe1050Most people in Western Europe are Catholic1095Pope Urban calls the first Crusade1100Flanders and Italy exchange goods1200Guilds are widespread in Europe1215King John forced to sign the Magna Carta1240Mongols swept into the Kievan Rus1346The Black Death arrives in Europe
11Page 114 Take-Home Review Activity 15 1. Did the Pope Urban call the first Crusade before or after Feudalism began?After. The first crusade was called in 1095 C.E. and feudalism began in 800 C.E..2. Were guilds widespread when feudalism began?No. Feudalism began in 800 C.E. and guild became widespread in 1200 C.E..3.In what year did Europe’s economy and society begin to change due to the plague?In 1346
12Page 114 Take-Home Review Activity 15 4. Did Flanders and Italy begin to exchange goods due to King John signing the Magna Carta? Explain.No. King John signed the Magna Carta in 1215, long after Flanders and Italy were exchanging goods in 1100.5. How many years passed between the time Mongols swept into Kievan Rus and the arrival of the Black Death in Europe?106 Years ( =106)