Asked in Crusades
How did the crusades contribute to the decline of feudalism?
The Crusades caused many nobles and knights to leave their land which caused feudalism to decline. Because of the decline in feudalism, many kings took the opprotunity to come to power and create a kingdom. ...
Asked in History of Europe, Middle Ages
How did the practice of feudalism begin in the middle ages?
Feudalism emerged as a result of the decentralization of empires. Because societies would not have a strong, centralized government, feudalism was an easy way to develop structure within a society. ...
Asked in Black Death (Plagues)
HOW DID THE BLACK DEATH HELP THE DECLINE OF FEUDALISM?
Black Death killed almost 75 to 200 million people. This caused people to loose their faith and end feudalism. ...
Asked in History of Europe, Treaties
How did the Treaty of Verdun contribute to Feudalism?
The Treaty of Verdun in 843 caused Frankish kingdom to divide into 3 kingdoms, which lead to decline of strong rulers. The dissolution of the Frankish empire caused the era to return into the Dark Ages, until feudalism arose. ...
Asked in Middle Ages
The growth of feudalism in Europe during the middle ages was primarily caused by the?
The growth of feudalism in Europe during the middle aged was primarily caused by the collapse of a strong, central government. With the collapse of the Roman Empire, it was another 1,000 years before a government was able to control the whole of Europe. Feudalism, as a system, developed over the need for protection in order to survive. ...
Asked in Middle Ages
How did feudalism affect the arts and entertainment in the Middle Ages?
Feudalism caused people of western Europe to be largely restricted in terms of travel, and therefore the arts flourished in the cities churches and cathedrals. ...
How did Japanese feudalism impact japans history?
Japanese feudalism made the citizens of Japan develop nationalism and after the fall of feudalism in Japan which were ruled by powerful shoguns Japan started the Meiji restoration which helped Japan open diplopmatic relationships with other countries thus helping them be modernized. ...