The short answer is economics. The tremendous loss of population resulted in a severe labor shortage. That caused wages to rise, and hence prices rose. The nobility, who owned most of the land, enacted laws to keep wages low. That meant the peasants were faced with low wages but high prices for basics like food. That pushed them in to desperate straights. Thus they revolted. there were other factors at work which make it more complicated than that, but that is the simple answer.
The peasants revolt
the black death and the war with France
The Black Death because this disease contributed to why the peasants revolted.!!!
Because of these points... : Although the Peasants revolt was very good for people in England, the Black Death affected people out of Britain because the terrible disease spread around the whole world. The Black Death had a bigger impact, as it affected as many people as 75 million, but the Peasants revolt killed an average of 3267 people. If it wasn't for the Black Death, there wouldn't have been a Peasants revolt, because so many deaths caused by the Black Death led to the peasants revolting. The Black Death had a bigger impact on more peoples lives because many people died and the peasants felt they were worth more so they rose against authority to gain freedom from their lords and to see if they could gain more power and improve their lives forever.
The Peasants' Revolt, or the Great Rising of 1381 was one of a number of popular revolts in late medieval Europe and is a major event in the history of England. As you can see, the plague had outbreaks before that.
it was horrible for the peasants, they were all treated like slaves, it is scary because now that the people that we all live with are not like peasants, because BLACK and WHITE were seperated.
Black Death made people of Europe more aware. It made them realize that they need to bring change.
Well, there a quite a few reasons. But one is that after many people had died during this Bubonic Plague, the survivors changed and the peasants began to stand up to people and began happier and more braver, eventually causing them to revolt.
there were less peasants to work on the nobles land so the peasants refused to work unless they got payed more. So the nobles had to pay the peasants more until the King made a rule that the peasants couldn't get payed more than they had before. This caused the peasants revolt. I think?
The Black Death The Peasants' Revolt The Murder of Thomas Becket We covered these at school, hope it helps.
There were three main causes of the peasants revolt. 1 - The poll tax: A new tax for everyone over the age of fifteen, which was five times the amount of usual tax. 2 - The results of the Black Death - Peasants had to do more work as there were less people because lots of people had died in the Black Death. 3 - Work service - Lords decided that if peasants wanted to rent land from them, they would have to work for a few days a week without payment or profit.
Because many people died of it. It caused the end of the mongol empire and caused the peasants revolt in 1381?