The 14th century has often been called the calamitous century. It included famine, disease, and war. Discuss how these events led to the waning of the Middle Ages including the end of feudalism, the loss of power of the Catholic Church, and explain the preoccupation with death that is so common in both paintings and literature. Use the outside reading In the Wake of the Plague to develop your answer for the prompt. Effects of the Black Plague


The 14th century is often referred to as the catastrophic century. These include hunger, disease and war. Discusses how these events led to the decline of the Middle Ages, including the end of feudalism and the fall of the Catholic Church, and explains the prevalent preoccupation with death in painting and literature. Use the outside reading after the plague to formulate your answers to the prompts.

The 14th century has often been called the calamitous century. It included famine, disease, and war. Discuss how these events led to the waning of the Middle Ages including the end of feudalism, the loss of power of the Catholic Church, and explain the preoccupation with death that is so common in both paintings and literature. Use the outside reading In the Wake of the Plague to develop your answer for the prompt. Effects of the Black Plague


The 14th century is often referred to as the catastrophic century. These include hunger, disease and war. Discusses how these events led to the decline of the Middle Ages, including the end of feudalism and the fall of the Catholic Church, and explains the prevalent preoccupation with death in painting and literature. Use the outside reading after the plague to formulate your answers to the prompts.

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