A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter 1

• The castle of Coucy that was built in seven years, and was finished in 1223, started as a primitive building in 910.
• The first Lord of Coucy was Comte d'Eudes, then Aubry, then Enguerrand I, Thomas, Enguerrand II, and Raoul I, before Raoul I's wife sold the estate. in 1197.
• The Coucy estate was known for generous lords and fierce nobles, who have authority over all the people who live in free towns and over the clergy.

Chapter 2

• Money was the key to many things, as it could buy a person forgiveness for sins and legitimacy for their bastard children.
• The Church was vital to the 14th-century society, serving as teacher and comforter for the political instability and plagues that ravaged the society.
• In his hunger for taxes, Philip the Fair accused the wealthy Knights Templar of heresy, and this was an early step in the launching of the Inquisition...

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