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  1. Great Famine
    1315-1322; Poor harvests led to scarcity and starvation in northern Europed
  2. 1315-1322; Poor harvests led to scarcity and starvation in northern Europed
    Great Famine
  3. Black Death
    Mainland Europe; plague breaks out in 1348; reoccurs for the next 50 years; of a total 4.2 million English population it kills approx. 1.4 million
  4. Mainland Europe; plague breaks out in 1348; reoccurs for the next 50 years; of a total 4.2 million English population it kills approx. 1.4 million
    Black Death
  5. Buba
    A boil that is commonly found on plague patients; gave plagues its name
  6. A boil that is commonly found on plague patients; gave plagues its name
    Buba
  7. Flagellants
    A group of devout Christian people who subjects themselves to painful self-inflicted floggings as penitence for sins
  8. A group of devout Christian people who subjects themselves to painful self-inflicted floggings as penitence for sins
    Flagellants
  9. Crecy
    • Battle in Northern France in 1346(100 Yrs. War)
    • Forces of Edward the III (Eng.) defeat Philip the IV(French)
    • 1st major English victory of 100 Yrs. War
  10. Battle in Northern France in 1346(100 Yrs. War)
    Forces of Edward the III (Eng.) defeat Philip the IV(French)
    1st major Eng. victory of 100 Yrs. War
    Crecy
  11. Agincourt
    Henry V won battle against French forces here in 1415. Beginning of the conquest for Paris
  12. Henry V won battle against French forces here in 1415. Beginning of the conquest for Paris
    Agincourt
  13. Joan of Arc
    French peasant girl; had visions that revived French support for war; Won great victory at Orleans with help for uncrowned king Charles VII(aka. Dauphin); Burned at stake for witchcraft in 1431. Court decision reversed in 1456; canonized in 1920
  14. French peasant girl; had visions that revived French support for war; Won great victory at Orleans with help for uncrowned king Charles VII(aka. Dauphin); Burned at stake for witchcraft in 1431. Court decision reversed in 1456; canonized in 1920
    Joan of Arc
  15. Representative assemblies
    Became popular between 1250 and 1450 with help of institutions such as Parliament, German diets, and Spanish cortes, which all laid the foundations for those found in modern liberal-democratic nations
  16. Became popular between 1250 and 1450 with help of institutions such as Parliament, German diets, and Spanish cortes, which all laid the foundations for those found in modern liberal-democratic nations
    Representative assemblies
  17. Nationalism
    A feeling of unity and identity that binds together a people
  18. A feeling of unity and identity that binds together a people
    Nationalism
  19. Babylonian Captivity
    From 1309 to 1376 popes lived in Avigon(south-eastern France); Done so Philip the Fair could control the church and its politics
  20. From 1309 to 1376 popes lived in Avigon(south-eastern France); Done so Philip the Fair could control the church and its politics
    Babylonian Captivity
  21. The Great Schism
    Divsion; in 1378 after the Gregory XI of the Babylonian Captivity dies; pope Urban VI elected; cardinals break from his control when he becomes power drunk; in 1417 Pope Martin V becomes pope and The Great Schism ends
  22. Divsion; in 1378 after the Gregory XI of the Babylonian Captivity dies; pope Urban VI elected; cardinals break from his control when he becomes power drunk; in 1417 Pope Martin V becomes pope and The Great Schism ends
    The Great Schism
  23. Conciliarists
    Believed that reform of the church could best be achieved through periodic assemblies, or general councils, representing all the Christian people
  24. Believed that reform of the church could best be achieved through periodic assemblies, or general councils, representing all the Christian people
    Conciliarists
  25. Merchet
    Peasents paid a fine to the lord of a village for a woman's marriage because he would lose a worker
  26. Peasents paid a fine to the lord of a village for a woman's marriage because he would lose a worker
    Merchet
  27. Banns
    Public church announcements that a couple planned to marry; three successive Sundays; allowed for objections to the unions
  28. Public church announcements that a couple planned to marry; three successive Sundays; allowed for objections to the unions
    Banns
  29. Peasant Revolts
    Revolts in France aimed at the nobility who oppressed the peasents; all were effectively squashed; many nobles died but number of peasent death were always higher
  30. Revolts in France aimed at the nobility who oppressed the peasents; all were effectively squashed; many nobles died but number of peasent death were always higher
    Peasant Revolts
  31. Jacquerie
    1358; Uprising in protest of massive taxes for the 100 Yrs. War that fell on the poor; Named after the fictional Jacques Bonhomme; attacked nobles but eventually was countered by nobles
  32. 1358; Uprising in protest of massive taxes for the 100 Yrs. War that fell on the poor; Named after the fictional Jacques Bonhomme; attacked nobles but eventually was countered by nobles
    Jacquerie
  33. Racism
    Extreme distrust or hatred for a group based on their ethnicity;Aimed at outsiders; native populations used racism to hinder those who came from other parts of the world; Germans & Czech, Irish & British; effective in protect guild membership and limiting competition
  34. Extreme distrust or hatred for a group based on their ethnicity;Aimed at outsiders; native populations used racism to hinder those who came from other parts of the world; Germans & Czech, Irish & British; effective in protect guild membership and limiting competition
    Racism
  35. Dalimil Chronicle
    Contains a survey of Bohemian history prevaded with Czech hostility toward Germans
  36. Contains a survey of Bohemian history prevaded with Czech hostility toward Germans
    Dalimil Chronicle
  37. Statute of Kilkenny
    The most extensive attempt to prevent intermarriage and protect racial purity; 1366; defined how Irish and English people were to differ from one another to make race obvious
  38. The most extensive attempt to prevent intermarriage and protect racial purity; 1366; defined how Irish and English people were to differ from one another to make race obvious
    Statute of Kilkenny

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