Transcript: Medieval Europe Castles In Medieval times,their castles were big enough to hold as many as a whole town. Medieval castles were made of timber and stone. The lord's apartment was most magnificent. They used Gothic style with large windows and doors with pointed arches on top. They also had pointed roofs, brightly painted walls, and carvings on arches, windows, or walls. Castle dungeons are not in the bottom of castles. They are actually in the highest tower. Life in the castle started at dawn. Banquets usually consisted of meat, fish, vegtables, fruit, and game. In the castle they also had torture chambers that they totured poor victims with thumb screws and more. What thumb screws do is that they twist your thumbs until they break off. They also used them for your knees, arms, elbows, toes and heads. This is a picture of a social pyramid. By: Shelbi Arnold and Jessica Hughes The End!
Transcript: Kings Life Styles and culture Some of the greatest art came from this time period. The black death swept across Europe killing approximately 1/3 of its population. archery By: Danny Galli Jobs/skills Apothecary Major events Chess Honorable class of soldier in the ranks of midieval military. Usually heavily armored and skilled. Swore to the code of chivalry. In other words, defend the weak, be loyal to their king, and serve God at all times. They were part of the upper class. Supreme ruler of a kingdom. Had highest authority. A kingdom is passed on from king to son upon the kings' death. Checkers Blacksmith Knights The middle ages Most middle age cuisine consisted of the basics like bread, potatos and other home grown products. For the rich, they had more exquisite food like roast pork and elaborate desserts. Most people drank ale, mead and cider, but the rich drank many different wines. Peasants Cuisine Lots of gambling Considered the most painful form of medieval torture, the rack stretches its victims to extremes as it slowly pulls on the victims upper and lower body. Art competitions Law and order >An important occupation in a medieval society. The blacksmith makes the weapons and armor for military use. >The apothecary also played an important role in a kingdom. They helped cure the sick with natural herbs and remedies. Punishments for crimes were extreme in medieval times. They would use torture to intimidate and strike fear into the people of the kingdom. Recreation The life of a peasant in the middle ages was a harsh and enduring one. They worked most of the day and contracted many illnesses due to poor living conditions. The average life expectancy was approximately 35 years.
Transcript: medieval europe who are the medieval europe? The Dark Ages. That's one of the terms used to describe nearly 1000 years of history-a history that is often hard to understand due to a lack of surviving documents, and often is clouded by myth and legends. Western Europe was under the rule of hundreds of feudal lords and kings. Castles dominated the landscape, and entire cities were built behind protective walls. The Roman Empire formally legalized Christianity during the 4th century, and soon afterward, the zeal and evangelism of practitioners spread this faith throughout Western Europe as far west as Ireland. The Church would be one of the most powerful medieval institutions, controlling publication of books and the making of laws. Much of medieval Europe's art and architecture has a direct connection to the Christian church. Knights, soldiers, peasants and pilgrims marched along European roads and trails during the Crusades and brought back with them stories of differing cultures, and began to adopt their architecture, tales of Romance, and advances in medicine. Trade was both a blessing and curse. Merchants began importing silks, cottons and rare spices from all over the known world. But these ships would also bring the horror that became known as the Black Death. The disease ravaged Asia, before wiping out nearly one-third of Western Europe. the medieval Europe medicines Middle Ages Medicine was extremely basic in an era when terrible illnesses such as the Black Death were killing nearly one third of the population. Medicine was limited. Physicians had no idea what caused the terrible illnesses and diseases. The Catholic Church believed that illnesses were a punishment from God for sinful behaviour. Letting blood was conducted by cupping or leeches. There were no Antibiotics during the Middle Ages and it was almost impossible to cure illness and diseases without them. Medicines in the Middle Ages were made from herbs, spices and resins. The medicine was applied in drinks, pills, washes, baths, rubs, poultices, purges and ointments. The Medicine used to treat some specific illnesses are described below. What kind of medicines did people use in the Middle Ages? The ointment used on Yvain is a good example of what Medieval medicine was like. It comes from a 'wise-woman', Morgan le Fay, rather than a doctor, and has probably been made from herbs, like most medicine of the time. This is a medieval recipe for an ointment to cure headaches and pains in the joints: •Take equal amounts of radish, bishopwort, garlic, wormwood, helenium, cropleek and hollowleek. •Pound them up, and boil them in butter with celandine and red nettle. •Keep the mixture in a brass pot until it is a dark red colour. •Strain it through a cloth and smear on the forehead or aching joints. Did religion affect medieval medicine? Yes! religion definetly affected medieval medicine. Monks believed that god was punishing people, making them ill and to suffer for being a bad person. They also believed that only god could cure the illness/disease that god, himself had given to these people. Monks and nuns would Mildley treat the ill people with natural remadies, such as herbs and crushed up plants to create medicine. bibliography . Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Did_religion_affect_medieval_medicine#ixzz269LdRhRs Middle Ages Medicine was extremely basic in an era when terrible illnesses such as the Black Death were killing nearly one third of the population. Medicine was limited. Physicians had no idea what caused the terrible illnesses and diseases. The Catholic Church believed that illnesses were a punishment from God for sinful behaviour. Letting blood was conducted by cupping or leeches. There were no Antibiotics during the Middle Ages and it was almost impossible to cure illness and diseases without them. Medicines in the Middle Ages were made from herbs, spices and resins. The medicine was applied in drinks, pills, washes, baths, rubs, poultices, purges and ointments. The Medicine used to treat some specific illnesses are described below.
Transcript: SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT MAP North America North America 38 % 27 % 18 % 11 % 6 % Demographics NGO 18 % 25 % 18 % 30 % 9 % Facts Sales Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 1M 2M 3M 5M 6M 7M LATAM LATAM 17 % 30 % 18 % 25 % 10 % Demographics NGO 9 % 11 % 28 % 14 % 38 % Facts Sales Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 1M 2M 3M 5M 6M 7M Europe. Created by Preston Clark Europe. Created by Preston Clark 11 countries total. Countries Countries 743.1 million people Population Population Artict and atlantic ocean. Oceans that Border Europe Oceans that Border Europe 54.5260 degrees N, 25.2551 degrees E Latitide and Longitude Latitide and Longitude 3.932 million square miles, second smallest continent. Land Size Land Size It depends where in eroupe some places can be cold while some places are warmer. Climate Climate Common Curtial Heritage Culture Culture English Lanuage Lanuage Casual Clothes Clothes A forest in Europe is being de forested causing anmilas to die and could easily endanger an anmial specise Enviorment Enviorment Europiean Mole, Europiean pine mattin, Europiean bison, and Europiean lynx Anmials Anmials Eiffel Tower, Leaning tower of pizza, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace, and Stonehenge Attriactions Attriactions Queen Elizbeth. Goverment Goverment Guard, Bulider, and Artist Jobs Jobs Eble, Main, Douro, Volga, Po, sava, Loire, Ebro, and Don River Rivers Rivers Europe once had control of america History History Africa Africa Middle East Middle East Asia Pacific Asia Pacific Asia Asia Australia Australia
Transcript: MEDIEVAL EUROPE A LONG TIME AGO in a land far, far away –Europe- Everything was good again For a little bit. FALLING... FALLEN! Then, the Migration Period happened. THE FUDAL SYSTEM HAD... A KING He ruled some land. He broke that land up in little pieces and gave it to... NOBELS Who gave it to knights, who protected the king. knights PESEANTS serfs FALLING... The Western Empire fell first, then the Eastern Empire. The end of Rome marked the end of the ancient world, and the beginning of medieval times. The Byzantine empire is what became of the fallen Rome. Things were still bad. All of the aqueducts that the Romans built and used for water were broken, all of the roads were broken, and all of the hearts of the Romans were broken. THERE was a place, that turned into an empire. Its leader was named Augustus. This happy day was in the year 27 BCE (before Jesus was born). Also on this day, the peace of Rome, the Pax Romana began, and lasted until 180 CE (common era). This is when things became difficult, and BAD The Migration Period isn’t that bad, but it led to the fall of Rome. Starting in year 300, people outside of Rome wanted to move around. One group of people was the Huns, who were mean. They pushed the people wanting to move around into Rome, and they were forced to attack Rome. However, Rome was not doing well. People did not have jobs, and there were new rulers, who did a very bad job (Constantine stopped ruling a LONG time ago). People were mean inside Rome, and it was easy to take over. This happened. Diocletian was born. He would change Rome forever. Imagine ruling a giant playground, and this playground was so big, that it was hard to make sure everyone followed the rules. That is how the Roman Empire was. Rome was HUGE!!! Because it was too big to rule well, Diocletian split the empire in two pieces. He gave one piece to a friend to rule, and the other piece to himself. The Roman empire was now the Western Roman empire, and the Eastern Roman empire. Template by Missing Link Images from Shutterstock.com
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Transcript: By Sid Medieval Europe joan of arc Joan was born on the 6th of january around the year 1412. She was captured by the Burgundians, sold to the English, tried by an ecclesiastical court, and burned at the stake when she was 19 years old. Why was she so important? Joan asserted that she had visions from God that instructed her to recover her homeland from English domination late in the Hundred Years' War. The uncrowned King Charles VII sent her to the siege of Orléans as part of a relief mission. She gained prominence when she overcame the dismissive attitude of veteran commanders and lifted the siege in only nine days. Several more swift victories led to Charles VII's coronation at Reims and settled the disputed succession to thethrone. where was she born? When,how and why did Joan of arc die? When she was young After her death.... The pope claimed that she was innocent she was declared a saint and was remembered as saint joan of arc from then on Joan of arc was born on janurary 6th around the year of 1412 to jacques d'arc and his wife isabelle in a village of domremy on the eastern border of france. From her earliest of years Joan was known for her obedience to her parents, religious fervor, goodness, unselfish generosity and kindness toward her neighbors. Simonin Munier, one of Joan's childhood friends, tells how Joan had nursed him back to health when he was sick. Some of her playmates teased her for being 'too pious.' Others remembered how she would give up her bed to the homeless stranger who came to her father's door asking for shelter. When was Joan born?
Transcript: Are you ready? Medieval Europe Feudalism Feudalism is a social system based on the exchange for land and loyalty. It began around the year 1,000 AD. Feudalism was necessary because the government could not protect people from the Viking raids. The kings owned land in the country and decided who he would lease land to. The Nobles were known as lords of the manor. They gonverned their own money and set their own taxes. The Knight's were given land by nobles in return for military service. The peasants were given land by knights. The farmers were expected to give the harvested food to the lords. Manorialism Manoralism- an economic system based on the manor, a self-suffiecient estate of a medieval lord. The manor produced almost everything the lord, his family and his villagers needed. Peasents worked together to plant and harvest crops. Manorialism began as a result of the decline in a centralized government. It was necessary because the people in the manor needed protection from the vikings. The Church The pope was the head of the church. kings and the popes worked with each other to rule effectively. They often fought over power. Charlemagne was a famous ruler in the middle ages, also known as charles the great. Charlemagne was a roman catholic and the pope and the people of the church supported his rule. The Crusades A crusade is a christian religous war. In 1076 A.D. the Europeans wanted to free the holy land from the Turks. The effects of the crusades were that they cost chrishtians several millions of lives, Europe to be out of control and to suffer. Breakdown of Medieval Society There were three main causes of the breakdown of Medieval society. 1. famine 2. Black Death 3. warfare After the Medieval time period europeans became wild. They partied, got drunk, went to church, got married/engaged, took bath's and more. Thank you for your time. This presentation was brought to you by: Ashlee, Faith, Garry and Tylan! Good Bye Crusaders This is a picture during the black plague Feudalism This is a picture of everyone acting as one. Fuedalism was a social system based on the exchange of land for loyalty (nobles)
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