Jdst 340 Week 7 notes
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03/22/2016_____________Think about the Waning of the Middle Ages, epecially focus on Spain DATES OF THE EXPULSION OF THE JEWS 12901291 England increasing unpopularity of Jews and popularity of Monks and religiosity, militancy of church with plague 1394 France increasing unpopularity of Jews and popularity of Monks and religiosity and spirituality of Kings 1492 Spain/South Italy 1506 Portugal Never completely expelled from "Germany" or "Italy" because they were not complete territories One of the reasons for expulsion was a fear that there would bee violence against the Jewish population, represents Social Disorder, but there were also some other motives (King Henry need land in order to fund and fight war) In 1215 in England the Magna Carta barons corner King John (unpopular) just made sure King could not control them From 1300 1500 there is a deterioration in relations between the Jews and Catholics Why does the coexistence fall apart? The Church (Roman Catholic) is really coming into power and they do not want to let it go an paranoia over other groups takes root * period of great spirituality and not just religiosity (division of Church between the church that we are familiar with and the church of ((the monks which will turn into the ORDERS, which is basically just people who are overzealous about a particular thing and form their own factions away from the monasteries and become mendicants (i.e. the Spanish order of St. Dominic the Dominicans and the followers of Italian St. Francis the Franciscans they dress simply like the people and walk from place to place and bring the Church to the people and preached against materialism particularly about HUMILIYTY and against Heretics like the Albigensians and the Waldensians they wanted one church and belief system /|/|/ Beginning in the 13th century you have arguments against the JEWS that stemmed from the fact that Jews were not popular with the people, because they were being preached against them and they had rejected Christ but were better off than the normal people, as well as, resentment of the relationship Jews had with the Church and the King i.e. lending/usury so Italian Bank (Montidi pieta) and Christian Banks to divert control from them, but did not work because they could only charge up to 4% interest Jews blamed for the plague poisoning the wells and it comes from ancient paranoia and lays the groundwork for future theory like antiSemitism LAST AFFIRMATION OF BELIEFS!!!!!! And control powers that threaten it i.e. limit the Jews > pressure builds on the Kings from the people and the Church who are very concerned about the "power" of the Jews, resulting in more regulation of Jewish community up to the point that many Jewish communities cannot make a living Kings could not afford disorder major uprising in England because Jews fulfilled a very important economic function envoys of the Monarchy, never really rooted themselves as a community always a small community tied very closely to the monarchy and they were not very popular (i.e. York uprising carried about by local barons who wanted to make themselves more powerful, but it was very much supported and popular with the people threw the Jews down a well King and some of local bishops tried to stop it, but the people liked it) In 1215 Pope Innocent IV calls the Lateran Council in Rome and Jews were "recommended" to be labeled and maybe even more important his suggestion that the Jews be segregated as much as possible from the Christian population. Because of the importance of Religion to the people during that time you need to keep that in mind when reading about what people did to the Jews. Why segregate don't want Jews to influence Christians, limit relations between the two (especially sexual) and keep the Christians from harming the Jews. There was a sensitivity to what the people want and when these people go to talk about these tings they remind people of the authenticity of original Christianity
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