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Revival of trade brought

repair of the roads
decline in war
and coined money

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shipping lanes in N. Europe were dominated by

the Hanseatic League

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Middle class developed from

the townspeople

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A person's status was determined by

his wealth (money)

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Forcing Muslims to convert, Ferdinand and Isabella brought

religious unity to Spain

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Black Death caused

economic decline
reduced food production
huge population loss

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usury

charging interest on loans

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crusades led to prosecution of the

Jews

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Black Death did not cause

a loss of faith in the church

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Great Schism and the Babylonian Captivity were associated with

church controversies

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Group that supported monarchy for stronger national states

the townspeople

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increased trade benefitted monarchs because

from the taxes the king could raise an army

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Unlike the rest of Europe, England did not

develop into a feudal system

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townspeople wanted charters to

protect their rights

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a member of a craft guild

trained other members

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effect of crusades

increased power of the monarchs

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council of clermont

free the Holy Land from the Turks

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Crusaders were motivated by

Christian faith
adventure
greed

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Lasting result of the crusades

a rapid increase in trade

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Holy Roman Empire included most of

Germany

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Reason for increase in trade

feudal lords stopped charging tolls

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growth of trade affected manor economy by

introducing new goods

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Hanseatic League

protected trading rights in Germany

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Hundred Years' War fought to decide

who would rule France

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Wars of the Roses fought to decide

who would rule England

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