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Political Developments in Europe Bubonic Plague Hundred Years' War Joan of Arc
100
What did King Henry II insist on?
a jury must formally accuse a person of a serious crime
100
When did the Bubonic Plague first come into Europe?
1346-1351
100
When was the Hundred Years' War?
1337-1453
100
Who was Joan of Arc?
a 17-year old peasant girl who inspired the French
200
Who was Edward I?
King John's grandson
200
Where did the Bubonic Plague originate?
Central Asia
200
What was the Hundred Years' War fought over?
control of lands in France
200
What was Joan's first victory?
the Battle of Crécy
300
Who was the Magna Carta between?
the monarchs and the nobles
300
Name any three symptoms of the plague.
fever, vomiting, fierce coughing, sneezing fits, egg-sized swelling, or bumps
300
Who won many of the earlier battles in the war?
the English
300
What did Church leaders accuse of Joan of?
being a witch and a heretic
400
Who was King Henry II's youngest son?
John
400
What and who did people blame for the plague?
the position of planets, lepers, and Jews
400
What was Crécy?
a French village
400
What happened to Joan?
she was burned at the stake
500
When did King Henry II reign?
1154-1189
500
About how many Europeans died due to the Bubonic Plague?
24 million or 1/3 of the population
500
What were commoners and peasants forced to do during the Hundred Years' War ended?
to fight and to pay higher and more frequent taxes
500
What did the Roman Catholic Church make Joan about 500 years later?
a saint




Chapter 5: The Decline of Feudalism

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