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The Late Middle Ages Pages 553- 558 Questions 1-6Chapter 15 Section 5 The Late Middle Ages Pages Questions 1-6
1. How was the Black Death spread?Black Death was spread by bacteria carried by fleas on rats, which then carried disease on caravans and ships.
2. Who was Joan of Arc, and what role did she play in the 100 Years’ war?She was a peasant girl whose faith and leadership led the French soldiers to victories.
3. The Effects of the Black DeathMillion Deaths Decrease of trade Weakening of fuedalism
4. How did the 100 Years’ War affect the countries invovled?France united under a strong central government England was affected by economic weakness and civil war
5. Describe the history of Spain and Portugal during the Middle Ages.1st there was Muslim rule 2nd Christian Reconquista 3rd 3 kingdoms –Portugal – Aragon -Castile
6. Do you think the removal of the Jews and Muslims from Spain was a wise policy?Your answer may vary but you may note that diversity would have led to a rich culture.
War and Plague Two of the biggest killers during the Late Middle Ages. Mr. Blais World History.
THE LATER MIDDLE AGES: Unit 1.1. Learning Objective: Students will understand the evolution of European society from antiquity through the Later.
Aim: What impact did the Black Plague have on the world?
Objectives Understand how the Black Death caused social and economic decline. Describe the problems facing the Church in the late Middle Ages and how.
MIDDLE AGES. I. AGRICULTURE – Expanding civilization required increased food supply; climate became warmer between AD *Switch from Oxen to.
Goal: Why did Ferdinand and Isabella adopt the policy to expel Jews and Moors from the Iberian Peninsula? Motivation: Under the Ottoman Empire how was.
CHAPTER 6.5 THE LATE MIDDLE AGES
The Late Middle Ages Chapter 19 Lesson 5. Catastrophes and Conflicts Famine The Black Death/Bubonic Plague swept Asia and Europe Disputes in the Church.
“Plague Trade Crusade” (new table of contents entry)
THE LATE MIDDLE AGES THE BLACK DEATH (BUBONIC PLAGUE) 1347 Genoese Merchant ships arrived in Sicily with a disease known as the Black Death nearly.
Chapter 6: Medieval Europe
The Medieval Ages Review. Why was this period referred to as “The Middle Ages”?
Ch 15, Sec 5: The Late Middle Ages. Goals for Today: Compare previous sources to the textbook over the topics of the plague and the Hundred Years’ War.
Objectives Identify how the Hundred Years’ War affected England and France. Identify how the Hundred Years’ War affected England and France. Analyze how.
A Time of Crisis 8.5.
European Jeopardy The Crusades Geography History of Middle Ages Vocabulary Mish-Mosh Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q.
The Late Middle Ages. Popes Kings Head of Holy Roman Church (everyone in Medieval Europe belonged to this church) Held great spiritual power Seen as God’s.
The Middle Ages Chapter 14. The Feudal System Life in Europe The Church People we Should Know Going on a Trip
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