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AP European: #17

Absolutism in EASTERN Europe to 1740

In what 3 countries did absolutism prevail? Austria, Prussia, and Russia.
Give a general description of the social conditions of eastern Europe during the 18th century. Powerful nobility, weak middle class, and serfs (worst conditions for them).
VOCAB: Describe middle class. Urban capitalistis middle class
The Black Death/plague was a turning point for who? The peasantry/serfs. After the Black Death, there was a heavy exploitation of the peasantry in Eastern Europe, NOT western Europe.
Hereditary subjugation The idea that peasants were bound to their lords from 1 generation to the next, as wellas, to the land.
What factors led to the rise of serfdom in eastern Europe?
Created by: HarvardHereICome on 2011-01-19

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