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  1. Magna Carta
    • English Charter
    • Set down rights that are now foundations for all english speaking countries.
    • These rights included the basic right of anyone convicted of a crime to
    • a jury trial; protection of private property; reasonable limits on
    • taxes and a degree of guaranteed religious freedom.
    • -
    • The Magna Carta came about because King John (who only became king in
    • 1199 when his brother King Richard I died) had a reputation for being
    • tyrannical. His reign was marred by continuous war losses, beginning
    • with the loss of Normandy to Philippe Auguste of France and ending with
    • England torn by civil war. King John risked being forced out of power
    • because if his mismanagement. By 1215, England's nobility was fed up
    • with paying extra taxation. Members of this nobility rebelled and
    • captured London. In June, the King met these barons at Runnymede on the
    • Thames River to try and reach a peaceful settlement. The King
    • reluctantly agreed to their demands by signing the Magna Carta on 15
    • June 1215.
  2. Edward III
    Kind Edward III
  3. Philip the Fair
  4. Charels IV (Fr.) cism
  5. Philip IV (Fr.)
  6. Flanders
  7. Battle of Crecy
  8. Battle of Poitiers
  9. Jean II "The Good"
  10. Jacquerie
  11. Estates General
  12. Treaty of Bretigny
  13. Richard II
  14. Henry V
  15. Battle of Agincourt
  16. Treaty of Troyes
  17. Charels VI (Fr.)
  18. Charels VII (Fr.)
  19. Joan of Arc
  20. Burgundy
  21. Black Death
  22. Peasant revolts
  23. taille
  24. Innocent III
  25. benefices
  26. College of Cardinals
  27. Boniface VIII
  28. Clericis laicos
  29. Unam Sanctam
  30. Clement V
  31. Avigon Papacy
  32. "Babylonian Captivity"
  33. John XXII
  34. Council of Pisa
  35. Council of Constance
  36. Great Schism
  37. John Wycliffe
  38. Jan Hus
  39. Petrarch
  40. Conciliar movement
  41. Sacrosancta
  42. Council of Basel
  43. Hussite Wars
  44. (Intro) What ideals, insitiutions, and invention did Europe (and the world) inherit from Greece and Rome?
  45. (Intro) What were the major social,ecomonic and religious structures of the early Middle Ages in Europe?
  46. (Inrto) What roles did the Church play in Medieval Europe?
  47. (Intro) What factors caused towns to rise in importance, and how did towns challenge the traditional structures of early medieval Europe?
  48. How did the "crises of the Fourteenth CEntury" affect the major institutions of the Medieval World?
  49. How did scarcity of labor initiate change in Europe in the 14th and 15th centuries?
  50. How were relations between the institution of the CHurch and the State evolving during the 14th century? What factors emboldened and strengthened the hand of the monarchs?
  51. What were the long-term effects of the Hundred years' War on France and England?

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