6.5: The Late Middle Ages

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  • 6.5: The Late Middle AgesI. The Black Death

  • Middle Ages Late Middle AgesRenaissance

  • Black Death QuestionYou live in a city of 10 million people. Middle Eastern traders have brought you spices from the East, but on their caravans they have also brought 10 rats. Each rat is carrying 10 fleas with the plague. If one flea beat one person in the city every hour, how many people would be infected with the plague in two days?

  • Middle East Trader10 Rats100 Fleas4800 People

  • 10 Middle East Traders100 Rats1,000 Fleas48,000 People

  • 10 Middle East Traders100 Rats1,000 Fleas168,000 PeopleIn a week

  • 10 Middle East Traders100 Rats1,000 Fleas8,760,000 PeopleIn a year

  • I. The Black DeathPlague that spreads quickly and kills many people (late middle ages).

  • I. The Black DeathPlague that spreads quickly and kills many people (late middle ages).Spread of PlagueMongols open trade between Asia, Middle East, and EuropeRats carried on the Mongol caravans

  • I. The Black DeathPlague that spreads quickly and kills many people (late middle ages).Spread of PlagueMongols open trade between Asia, Middle East, and EuropeRats carried on the Mongol caravans

  • I. The Black DeathPlague that spreads quickly and kills many people (late middle ages).Spread of PlagueMongols open trade between Asia, Middle East, and EuropeRats carried on the Mongol caravans

    Bubonic Plague

  • Outbreak PathChinaIndiaMuslim CountriesEurope

  • Black Death FactsDeath Toll: 38 million people between 1347-1351Effects of the Black DeathHeavily damaged Medieval EconomyWeakened Feudal System

  • Extra Credit IdeaResearch the Black Plague and write a fictional journal as if you or someone you love has been infected with the plague

  • Chapter Test Practice

  • Name one city which was effected by the black death in 1353.

  • What was the first city to be effected by the spread of disease?

  • What direction did the plague travel in Europe? a) from North to South b) from West to Eastc) From South to North

  • 6.5: The Late Middle AgesII. A Troubled Continent

  • 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200Muslims Conquer PalestineReconquista800 700 1400 First CrusadeSecond Crusade10951147Third Crusade1187Fourth Crusade1202Magna CartaHugh CapetPhilip II

  • 700 1200 1300 1400 15001337End of Capetian Line

  • 700 1200 1300 1400 1337End of Capetian LineEdwardian War1337-1360Caroline War1369-1389Lancastrian War1415-1429Joan of Arc1412-14311066 Hundred Years War

  • One Hundred Years War

  • HaroldWilliamBattle of Hastings

  • HaroldWilliam1066NormanEnglish

  • HaroldWilliam1066Normans WinEnglish

  • HaroldWilliam1066Normans Win(Lords)English(Vassals)

  • II. A Troubled ContinentHundred Years WarEdward III (English King) declares himself king of Normandy (modern day France)First major battle at clercy

  • Who owns a piece of land? How do we know they own it?ReligionNatural BordersEthnicityBribery/Wealth

  • Who should run Santa Maria? Why should they be allowed to run it?

  • Modern Day ExampleKashmirIndiaPakistan

  • 700 1200 1300 1400 1337End of Capetian LineEdwardian War1337-1360Caroline War1369-1389Lancastrian War1415-1429Joan of Arc1412-14311066 One Hundred Years WarWar of the Roses1453-1487

  • II. A Troubled ContinentB. War of the Roses

  • YorkLancasterWhy was it called the War of the Roses?

  • Central Question in the War of the RosesWho should own England? The Lancastrians or the Yorks?

  • Richard IIHenry BolinbrokeDuke of YorkDuke of Lancaster

  • Richard IIHenry BolinbrokeDuke of YorkDuke of LancasterHenry IV

  • Duke of LancasterHenry IVHenry V

  • Henry VHenry VI

  • Henry VIAll English land in France was lost under Henry VI.

  • Who owns a piece of land? How do we know they own it?ReligionNatural BordersEthnicityBribery/Wealth

  • Extra Credit IdeaFind a map that shows the major battles of the War of the Roses and create a game like Risk that simulates the English Civil War. Explain to the class how the game works.

  • II. A Troubled ContinentB. War of the RosesEnglish Civil WarDuke of York vs. Lancastrian KingHenry Tudor crowned king after the war

  • II. A Troubled ContinentJoan of ArcFrench Peasant who fought in French army.Captured by English and tried by an inquisition.Burned at the stake (1431)French finally defeat English: 1453

  • Who owns a piece of land? How do we know they own it?ReligionNatural BordersEthnicityBribery/Wealth

  • Who is Merlin?

  • Merlin was a sorcerer (Wizard) for King Arthur

  • Listen to who King Arthur is compared to in the following video clip.

  • Who is King Arthur compared to in the last video clip?

  • Extra Credit IdeaCompare the effect Superman has had on America to the effect King Arthur had on Medieval England.

  • RomeBig Traditions

  • Rome

  • RomeLittle Traditions

  • Arthur

  • Although Merlin is a mythical character, the story of King Arthur was one of the stories that brought people together. Joan of Arc would use the prophecy of Merlin to unite her people

  • Listen to the following clip and answer the following question:

    What prophecy was made about the maid of Lorraine?

  • What prophecy was made about the maid of Lorraine?

  • II. A Troubled ContinentReconquistaMuslims rule much of Spain/PortugalChristians/Jews make up majority of population and resent Muslim ruleChristians attempt to retake Spain

  • II. A Troubled ContinentFerdinand and IsabellaUnited two territories to form SpainSpanish inquisition: Tried people not loyal to the Catholic churchJews given a choice to convert or leave (1492)Muslims expelled

  • Exit SlipOn the piece of paper I hand out that says exit slip write down one thing you learned today and why it was important to todays lesson.

  • For the rest of the periodFill out exit slipWork on flashcardsWork on the homeworkStudy the map

    Think of the late middle ages as a transition period.*5:30****Merin was a *