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1.Closely study the painting. Consider how it reflects the e
Transcript of 1.Closely study the painting. Consider how it reflects the e
Each of your three explanations must discuss a unique change reflected in the painting. They should not be the same or significantly similar to each other.
if you look at the painting you could see that there are 9 men in the market but only 1 woman. This means that there were more men than women at the market.
Nowadays - You would see that there are more women than man who go to the market. To me it was a big social change.
1.Closely study the painting. Consider how it reflects the economic and social changes of the late medieval period in Europe.
how it reflect the economic They are all working together in a small space to try and sell. They didn't get all territorial like they did with land and basically everything else. and
Identify three distinct features or interactions you see in the painting that relate to what you learned in the lesson.
The merchants have full shelves and are all busy with a customer. The merchant to the far left looks like he just sold an item and the customer in grey is handing over money
Each of your three explanations must use and explain at least one important term or idea from the lesson. Examples include the following:Artisan
Division of labor
Explain how each feature or interaction represents an economic or social change in Europe during this period. Be thorough in your explanations. Use at least three complete sentences for each one.
So how this feature and the interaction represents the economic because Some of the people in the shop look like they are where the same clothing as if they are in the same organization. The people in blue might run the shop while the people in grey are in a different organization. The person in red looks like he isn’t in any group but the girl in green in the back of the shop is maybe an apprentice.