- 1 What obstacles stood in the way of the creation of strong central governments?
- 2 Why were strong kings rare and Central?
- 3 How did the growing number of free townspeople and changes in the economic system challenged the existing social structure of medieval Europe?
- 4 How did changes in governance and warfare in Europe lead to the emergence of feudalism?
- 5 Who was the most famous Anti-Federalist?
- 6 Who wanted a strong central government?
- 7 How did the Catholic Church became so powerful?
- 8 What power did the Pope have in medieval times?
- 9 Who wanted the church to change in medieval times?
- 10 How did feudalism impact the political and social power structure in the Middle Ages?
- 11 What was the small unit of feudalism?
- 12 What was the role of the Roman Catholic Church during the Middle Ages?
- 13 What are the 4 levels of the feudal system?
- 14 How did feudalism affect the poor?
- 15 What replaced feudalism during the Middle Ages?
What obstacles stood in the way of the creation of strong central governments?
Kings had the money, the interest, and stood to profit the most by paying for new modernized armies for protection. The old nobility had a lack of wealth to keep up with these changes. Not enough money as well as weak monarchs prevented the creation of strong central governments.
Why were strong kings rare and Central?
Why were strong kings rare and central government generally missing under the feudal system? Strong kings and central governments were missing under the feudal system because lords took charge of the people in their land and did not want to listen to a king.
Why was the social structure of Europe challenged by the growing number of free townspeople and the changing economy? The social structure couldn’t keep up with economic changes. Trade was increasing, they were more merchants and craftsmen, cities were becoming port cities and feudalism was no longer needed.
How did changes in governance and warfare in Europe lead to the emergence of feudalism?
How did constant warfare and the constant threat of invasion in Europe help lead to the creation of feudalism? It led to the creation of fuedalism because kings and nobles wanted to hold on to their land and power. Knights were lesser nobles and fought to protected their lord.
Who was the most famous Anti-Federalist?
- Patrick Henry, Virginia.
- Samuel Adams, Massachusetts.
- Joshua Atherton, New Hampshire.
- George Mason, Virginia.
- Richard Henry Lee, Virginia.
- Robert Yates, New York.
- James Monroe, Virginia.
- Amos Singletary, Massachusetts.
Who wanted a strong central government?
Federalists wanted a strong central government. They believed that a strong central government was necessary if the states were going to band together to form a nation. A strong central government could represent the nation to other countries.
How did the Catholic Church became so powerful?
The Catholic Church became very rich and powerful during the Middle Ages. People gave the church 1/10th of their earnings in tithes. They also paid the church for various sacraments such as baptism, marriage, and communion. The wealthy often gave the church land.
What power did the Pope have in medieval times?
The papal deposing power was the most powerful tool of the political authority claimed by and on behalf of the Roman Pontiff, in medieval and early modern thought, amounting to the assertion of the Pope’s power to declare a Christian monarch heretical and powerless to rule.
Who wanted the church to change in medieval times?
One of the reasons Henry VIII wanted to reform the Church was get hold of the Catholic Church’s money. People were too scared not to pay tithes despite the difficulties it meant for them.
Feudalism had two enormous effects on medieval society. (1) First, feudalism discouraged unified government. Individual lords would divide their lands into smaller and smaller sections to give to lesser rulers and knights. (2) Second, feudalism discouraged trade and economic growth.
What was the small unit of feudalism?
The manor, the smallest unit of feudal society, served key political and economic roles by providing justice, protection, administration, and a primitive form of insurance.
What was the role of the Roman Catholic Church during the Middle Ages?
During the Middle Ages, the Church was a major part of everyday life. The Church served to give people spiritual guidance and it served as their government as well. Now, in the 20th century, the church’s role has diminished. It no longer has the power that it used to have.
What are the 4 levels of the feudal system?
The feudal system was just like an ecosystem – without one level, the entire system would fall apart. The hierarchies were formed up of 4 main parts: Monarchs, Lords/Ladies (Nobles), Knights, and Peasants/Serfs. Each of the levels depended on each other on their everyday lives.
How did feudalism affect the poor?
Feudalism was a fundamental part of the Middle Ages in Europe, but it had a very negative effect on peasants and the poor. It made the lives of the poor horrible, spread the bubonic plague, and controlled the lives of uneducated peasants. The peasants also had to farm for the lord of the manor to recieve protection.
What replaced feudalism during the Middle Ages?
End of the Middle Ages As feudalism faded, it was gradually replaced by the early capitalist structures of the Renaissance. Land owners now turned to privatized farming for profit. Thus, the slow growth of urbanization began, and with it came the cosmopolitan worldview that was the hallmark of the Renaissance.