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1 Topics for Questions 11-15 Medieval Times: Feudalism / Manorialism
China’s Dynastic Cycle Japanese Isolation: Tokugawa Shogunite Magna Carta / Glorious Revolution

2 Medieval Times: Feudalism / Manorialism
Feudalism – Class system based on land ownership (COMPARE: British Feudalism with Japanese Feudalism) Manorialism – Economic System based on a lord owning the land and everyone else working it for the good of the manor (like a southern plantation) Black Plague = Death of many Europeans due to unsanitary conditions and lack of medical knowledge (population decreased)

3 Feudalism – Class system based on land ownership (COMPARE: British Feudalism with Japanese Feudalism) British Feudalism Japanese Feudalism Nobles

4 Manorialism = Economy based on self-sufficient Manors & Plantations

5 Black Plague / Bubonic Plague
Oriental Rat Flea

1. What social system was based on land ownership? 2. Why did people during the Feudal Era place so much value on Land Ownership? (hint: think about what made someone wealthy) 3. Draw a European style social pyramid from the Feudal era 4. What was the economic system that developed due to the land being owned by Kings and Lords? 5. List FIVE things that you would find on a Manor that made the manor self-sufficient with regards to food and shelter. 6. From where did the Black Plague come from? How was the Black Plague spread ?

7 China’s Dynastic Cycle
Dynasties: Ming/Tang/Song Overland Trade routes Brought Chinese culture to Japan = Cultural Diffusion Art + Science + Invention Middle Kingdom = Ethnocentrism COMPARE: Divine Right of Kings (Britain) to Mandate of Heaven (China)

8 Dynasties: Ming/Tang/Song
Mandate of Heaven = God Gives Family Power to Rule (similar to Divine Right of Kings)

9 Marco Polo / Silk Road = Overland trade routes

1. Where did Chinese royal families believe they got their power from? 2. What types of problems led to Chinese Royal Families losing their mandate of heaven? 3. Describe what geographic areas the Silk Road extended across. 4. List 4 items traded for along the silk road

11 Japanese Isolation- Tokugawa Shogunite
The Tokugawa Shogunite = Feudalism Isolate Japan = Shogun can keep power Land owners remain most powerful social group Japan falls VERY far behind as rest of world develops Japanese Samurai similar to European Knight Samurai followed Code of Bushido/Knights followed Code of Chivalry Stressed Honor, Loyalty and Proper Respect for Lords

12 Japan = Isolated Why? Samurai Warrior

13 Japanese Feudal Bushido vs European Chivalry

1. Why was Japan isolated under the Tokugawa Shogun? 2. Explain the similarities between the Japanese Feudal system and the European Feudal system. 3. Describe the similarities between the Samurai’s Code of Bushido and the English Knight’s Chivalry

15 Magna Carta / Glorious Revolution
Limited the power of the Monarch (king) Parliament becomes more important = people have greater say because of elected officials Henry VIII and King James II Protestant Church becomes “Church of England”

16 Magna Carta (1215) = King had to follow the law; limited his power

17 Glorious Revolution: 1. Limited the power of the Monarch (king) 2
Glorious Revolution: Limited the power of the Monarch (king) 2. Power to Parliament

18 Modern Effect of Magana Carta/Glor. Rev.
Who has the power of British laws and policy making? QUEEN Prime Minister Brown

1. What was the purpose of the Magna Carta? How were the Glorious Revolution and the Magna Carta similar in purpose? 3. Who holds the modern day political power in England? What is the modern role of the Queen and King of England?

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