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What factors led to the deline of Feudalism in Europe?

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2011-09-13 11:08:26

The black death was definitely a huge impact on the end of

feudalism in western Europe. Also the peasant revolt was a major

factor but not as much as the black death. I'm still researching

and so far have found nothing else, I'll post as i find, good luck

! :)

The Black Death was a HUGE part of the declination of feudalism.

It really is a shame that one plague caused such a huge impact back

then.

Main 4 reasons are : -Magna Carta

-Black Death

-Peasants revolt

-The Crusades

They all relate to each other and they're listed in order ;) I

hope it helps.


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