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End of Feudalism

Baron The lowest rank of British nobility.
Battle of Agincourt A battle won by British archers over French knights.
Black Death A deadly plague that swept through Europe between 1347 and 1351 that killed up to 1/3 of the Europe's population
Chivalry A code of honorable behavior for knights.
Federalism Sharing power between local governments and a strong central government.
Habeas Corpus You cannot be imprisoned without cause.
Hundred Years War A long conflict between England and France.
Magna Carta A document requiring the King of England to honor certain rights and limiting the King's power.
Nation State Self governing countries made up of people who share a common culture.
Noble A rich and powerful person in the feudal system.
Parliament A lawmaking body that governs England.
Renaissance A period of rebirth and creativity that follows the Middle Ages.
epidemic An outbreak of disease that affects a large proportion of the population.
Created by: mandy.safriet