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European History in the 13th and 14th Centuries

Summary: Review of historical events in 13th and 14th century Europe, including the black plague, religious and social upheaval, and The Hundred Years War.
The thirteenth and fourteenth centuries were very hard times for Europe. New ideas were being brought and spread into Europe. Education became essential to ones life in order to be successful. Trade was flourishing and medieval cities began to grow. New political standards were being established, and power struggles existed between the church and monarchy. Soon, the plague hit Europe and destroyed 25-50% of its population. With this, Europe went into a state devastation. Religion was changed, social customs were changed, the government was changed, and the economy suffered because of it. The Hundred Years War caused even more devastation with countries losing land, people dying, and economic struggle which lead to peasant revolts. Europe during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries experienced social, economic, political, and religious devastation.

Social devastation in Europe started with the great famine of 1315-1317. Heavy rains resulted in destroyed agriculture which led to...

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