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10 Cards in this Set

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economy/trade 1350
silk route
Med + Black Sea
Wealth in land
Jewish users/dutch lenders
diet of wheat and veggies
luxury items for elite
Workers from area
economy/trade 1750
global trade system
atlantic, pacific, indian oc.
wealth in bullion
everyone involved in profit making
meat from cattle
everyoune could have some luxury items
workers from outside
high middle class pop.
government 1350
church- theocracy
pope was highest authority
civil law and religion linked
city states
government 1750
church not that powerful
king was highest authority
Civil law + religion separate
Nation states
Religion 1350
Jews were bad
Catholic Europe
Bible + sermon in latin
Church was center of life
Religion 1750
Freedom of religion
Protestant Europe
Bible + sermon in vernacular
Church and England split
Art/Language/Culture 1350
religious dark colors
artists dont take credit
Sacred function
local language
Culture is local and distinct
No middle class
Important buildings= churchs
art/language/culture 1750
many art styles
Take credit
Art for art's sake
secular function
Middle class
Nation states share language
Printing press
Culture is influenced by international exchanges at all levels
Important buildings= theaters/operas
family/education 1350
gender roles
families lived together
families made necessities
clergy/upperclass educated
education was religious based
no social mobility
family/educaton 1750
still gender roles
families produce/consume
more of pop. educated
cheaper books- gutenberg
humanists- liberal arts
some social mobility