Literature in Late Middle Ages: Economy and Social Classes

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Literature in Late Middle Ages: Economy and Social Classes. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Social Economic Classes. Learn about History and The Economy and Social Classes through Literature. See how the events of the era were interpreted by writers and how writers affected historical events. Compare the civilizations of Europe with those of the Arabic empires and China.
  • Define chivalry, identify its origins in the military practices of feudalism, and describe the ideal feudal knight.
  • Identify the people who promoted, fought, and financed the Crusades and explain who benefited from the Crusades, and how it affected the desire for exotic goods in Europe.
  • Learn about the power of the Church over everyday life in Europe and see how European society was gradually becoming more secular and commercial.
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