Week 2 notes
Week 2 notes Hist 1010-110
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Modern Western World Notes Week 2 Notes 915 A Overpopulation a Farming of Marginal Land b Subdivision of plots c Urban workers depend on temporary jobs and cheap food B Small Glaciation a Cooling of European Climate b Severe winters cause crop failures c Famines all over Europe d Europeans suffer from malnutrition C The Black Death a Bubonic Form i Transmitted to humans from eas on rats ii Kills within 45 days iii Death rate 60 iv Produced tumors b Pneumonic form i It is spread from person to person by coughing ii Kills within hours iii Death rate close to 100 Florence lost 23 of the population Siena half of the population Paris a quarter of the 200000 inhabitants Medical knowledge of the time could not explain the causes of the plague and offer effective remedies Flagellants i Whip themselves ii Ask others to join iii Ask for forgiveness from god rhme LO Modern Western World Notes Week 2 Continued Notes 91715 A Search for a Scapegoat a Revival of AntiSemitism b Dance of Death B Higher Salaries for Skilled workers a Drop of prices b More rich people and fewer poor people c New luxury market C Worsening of the Conditions of the Poor a Free Labor Services b Raise of the Rents c Legislation Regulating Wages D Jaquerie in France 1358 a Large scale revolt of the workers E English Revolt 1381 a Imposition of a Poll Tax F Revolt of Ciompi in Florence 1378