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02.10 Module Project Assessment
Transcript of 02.10 Module Project Assessment
There was a time when people believed in god and the church. Religion and Economics influenced the growth of both medieval and and Europe because they history was both shaped the expansion and trade significant religious differences with neighbors groups.
Development of Japan
Unlike Europe, in Japan Religion wasn't that big a a deal. Many battles were fought regarding wealth and power. But Japanese discovered Zen. It focused o a personal experience. It exhibited and overall awareness in Japan as well as culture and arts. Japan became isolated. Several people converted to Christianity to increase trade but this was soon abolished and in the time lapse of 200 years Japan became isolated again
Development of Medieval Europe
Both Religion and Economics played a huge part in the development of Medieval Europe. These two things really influenced the growth of Europe because religion and tradition was very important and trade and economy was a huge part of success. Religion was the main cause of war during this time unlike Japan but ended with a great outcome
This is a fragment from Magna Caria. Which is a book King signed giving specific rights to the people in Europe. This book is similar to the Bill of Rights.
Feudalism in Europe
The Feudal system in medieval europe changed right after the curusades had ended. Europe added more emphasis on trade and maintaining urbanization. It attrached in more merchants and artisans and added another step in the pyramid of social hierarchy, the middle class.
There are many differences between the developement of Medieval Europe and Japan, but they do share two very important factors which are religion and economy. They helped shaped up noth countries into what they are today as well as influencing the culture
Feudalism in Japan was very similar to Medieval Europe, but still there is some differences. The top three parts of the pyramid were like the same, but the lower part was different. Japan raised the status of the merchants because peasants were responsible of for the growth of their food and necessary goods
Feudalism in Japan