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By: Briana Reustle, Noah Gordon, Cody Sullivan, Jared Leuz, Craig Ragnoli, Austin Keil and Joe Murphy
Economy-Trade England took over the seaports so France couldn’t trade by sea routes. Many peasants died from war or disease. The people that survived were needed as workers. The peasants knew this and made demands. Peasants forced the nobles to pay them wages. Most peasants became farmers and rented land from the nobles.
Tech/ Warfare Long Bow- shot steel-tipped arrows which went farther Crossbow- could not send arrows as far a long bow Steel tip arrow- shot farther than regular arrows Crude portable canon- difficult to use but lead to the development of the refined canon
Religion Joan of Arc heard heavenly voices, whom she thought was God, while praying telling her to save France. She went to Charles and told him that God had sent her to help him. Charles gave her a suit of armor, an army, and a white linen banner.
Legacies Archery is a common sport of todays generation The longbow is used today in the sport of archery. Cannons have developed into rocket launchers and high tech weaponry.
First: England declared themselves ruler of France. Second: Once England won many battles over France Joan of Arc wished to have an army to Fight England. Third: Joan Won the battle of Orleans but was captured and eventually killed for witch craft. Fourth: France finally won their land back after Joan of Arc dies.