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Unit 2: The Medieval Period 1066-1485
Classwork Read: “Intro to Medieval Lit” pages 73-88 Do: Study Guide
The Norman Conquest-1066 Norman = north men = VikingsFormer Vikings from France
The Battle of Hastings The Normans defeated the Saxons
exchange of property of personal serviceRise of Feudalism exchange of property of personal service lord/overlord: granted property vassal: promised service to his lord All land belongs to the ruler
Rise of Feudalism
A Shifting Language Normans spoke French, so French became the official language. Old English was for the common (Saxon) person. The winner makes the rules.
The Growth of Towns Crusades
Later Middle Ages 14th-15th centuries The feudal system sufferedThe Plague killed every third person Few serfs
Chivalry truth valor honor courtesy
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Poetry of the Middle AgesGeoffrey Chaucer “The Canterbury Tales” Reveal the changes that were taking place in the English language and society as a whole
Lyrics and Ballads Lyre: harplike instrument Lyric PoemsSecular love and nature Religious praise God or prayer of supplication Ballads: folk song that tells a story Robin Hood
Drama of the Middle AgesPart of religious services Miracle & Mystery Plays Retold Bible stories Morality Plays life of an ordinary person teach a moral lesson
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The Battle of Hastings in 1066 King Harold of England was beaten by William of Normandy Normans were of Viking and French ancestry Full take-over, not.
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