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Middle Ages
Review
There were three main sections of the middle ages Early, High, and Late. I didn't mention the Late Middle Ages so here it is. Feudalism was how the classes were ordered. There was a wide variety of different armor and many types of weapons. When the devastating Bubonic Plague or Black Death swept through, it killed about a third of Europe's population. People of the middle ages were different from each other, and from us, there were about 5 main people.
The People
Bubonic Plague
definition-
signs-
how to "cure"-
what they used for the dead-
how many died-
how did they get it-
Weapons
Armor
Classes
The order of the classes was called Feudalism.
High
1094 - Crusades ( Holy War) start
Food flourished from good weather
The code of conduct was . . . .
Early
Charlemagne-
King of France and Germany
A Frank
Gave the land a unified government(empire)
Died in 1814
Believed in
Did not let daughters marry men who live far away
He was kind and humble to all
kindness
being humble
learning (education)
family
8 major Crusades
Captured Holy City
(Jerusalem)
Chivalry
There were three classes
The nobility or
Upper class
controlled lands and did all of the fighting
The clergy
the leaders of the Roman Catholic Church
bishops, priests, nuns, and monks
And the serfs or lower class
peasants who lived on manors
and tilled the soil
helmet
cuisse
greave
gauntlet
armor that
covers thigh
armor that covers
leg from ankle
to knee
armor gloves
lance
long bow and arrow
mace
dagger
battle-axe
crossbow
sword
scabbard
halberd
bludgeon
war hammer
mace with
spikes on
handle
coat of mail
visor
shoulder piece
elbow piece
knee piece
gorget
tasse
cuirass
saboton
brassard
protects throat
overlapping
plates that come
together as a
skirt
neck to waist
breast plate
armor that covers the foot
armor that protects the arm
spear
ball with spikes
on a wooden
handle
cover or
shield
for sword
combination
of battle-axe
and pike
(6feet long)
type of mace
(a mace with a chain between it
and the club
buboes (painful swellings)
developed
in
lymph
nodes
Abracadabra
death carts to bring the dead
to a common grave
40,000
rats with many tiny fleas
a form of bubonic plague
that spread over Europe in
the 14th century
nuns and monks
women who left home
to save their souls
or to escape poverty
left the company of ordinary men to escape worldly temptations and affairs, also to save their souls
serfs
owned nothing
like a slave
noblemen(lord of the manor)
noblewomen
bring up children
instruct servants
doctor people
sewed in spare time
knights-crusaders
noblemen who sought to capture the holy land
The Hundred Years’ War between England and France (1337-1453) drained both countries of resources. The devastation of the Bubonic Plague (1347 – 1350) killed about 40,000 of Europe’s population. These things, along with series of serious natural disasters, caused the population of Europe to decrease.In this period, the power of the nobility was reduced greatly, kings started to make alliances with the noble( upper) class.
serfs
noble men and women
knights and crusaders or both
nuns and monks
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