Flashcards in Chapter Fourteen Deck (20):
The period from 1200 to 1500 is better known as?
the Later Middle Ages
In return for the use of their lord's land, serfs?
had to give the lord a share of the harvest and perfom services
In Europe's later Middle Ages women were considered to be?
Inferior to men
Which of the following was not a social result of the Black Death epidemic?
A call for democracy
In Europe's later Middle Ages, the rapid growth of industry resulted in environmental changes
The extinction of many animal species
The continued growth of trade and manufacturing after 1200 was due to?
Growth of urban areas n the Latin west
In the thirteenth century, what caused Italian eastern Mediterranean trade to be strengthened?
venetian inspired assault on Constantinople
What is true of trading cities in Europe during the Middle Ages?
were unable to produce products to compete with asian products
What official role did the Catholic Church play in persuction of the Jews in medieval Europe?
It played no role it was their official protector
What is true of not most guilds?
most guilds promoted equality between men and women
What is true of merchant banking of the fifteenth century?
Checking accounts, shareholding companies, money changing, loans, and investments were offered as services
The Renaissance began in?
Some of the "lost knowledge" of the Greek and Arab world came into the Latin west through?
the recapture of southern italy from the byzantines, and sicily and toledo from the muslims
The greatest influence of the humanists was?
Reform of secondary education
Which of the following fostered artistic growth in the Renaissance?
patronage of wealthy merchants and prelates
What changes transformed later medieval military technology?
Crossbow and metal tipped arrows and firearms
Did not give peasants new rights
Joan of arc?
Led French victory in 100 year war
In what ways were the "new" monarchies" able to raise funds?
new monarchies monarchies in france england and spain, england, and france. The centralization of royal power was increasing within more or less fixed territorial limits