Black Plague Dbq

Starvation became a serious problem in Europe in the 14th century because of the black plague. The black plague 's effect reached terms to where all of the merchants refused to sell food in fear of the disease 's transmission. Also, due to the overwhelming precedence of its spread, the wiped out populations which had reached almost 50% left crops unattended. Unfortunately, as well, were heavy rains which had ruined the crops which were already growing in its over-exhausted land. With running out of land as well to even plant any crops due to their already successful clear-cutting of trees, food seemed to be out of reach Of the many methods of treating the Plague, the most outlandish proved to be "cures" such as drinking mercury, carrying flowers …show more content…
Animals such as sheep died, relieving the textile industry, as well as the merchants were forced to close their shops due to the plague. Trade had also halted from the sea, which had proved to be good in case of prevention, for they are believed to carry across the infected rats in the first place. The social structure of England was impacted by its change of population. Due to the disease 's spread in close towns, the outsiders which lived in rural areas and the rich who had the ability to distance themselves practically strayed away from the disease. But the merchants, the peasants, and the common people were not a lucky. They were hit with full-force on the spread of the plague, and the death toll for them skyrocketed.Richard II was known to be self-obsessed in a manner, and had only cared about his own benefit. This did not play out well, as the kingdom was in separate crises. The black plague as well as opposing wars had placed a significant drain on the economy which led the disorganized government of parliament to demand its …show more content…
In saying this, both the feudalism of Germany and the socialism and communism of Soviet Russia are as one of the same. This is true because their organizations both relay the community to regulate it as a whole. In this part, in terms of services, the people were rewarded for these services. You see, they both come from these pasts in which they developed entirely to that of a capitalistic society where the rich earn the money, which the lower-classes get little to nothing.The growth of trade and commerce alter the medieval social order by the many job openings after the plague. So many people had died as a result, close to 50% that many social roles undermined by feudalism had changed. The peasants could now become merchants, and by such, opportunity was open that had survived.There were many of Wycliffe’s ideas that had undermined the influence of the Catholic Church, these, mentioned, I have found most outstanding. Wycliffe, himself, was against transubstantiation, and within his idea he mentioned that "The bread while becoming by virtue of Christ 's words the body of Christ does not cease to be bread." He also seemed to challenge indulgences, put to terms the biblical faith in his own, and showed his opposition to confessions, stating that it was not ordered by Christ nor

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