What was life like in Europe in the 15th century?
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It Was Harsh Because of the harsh laws.
In the 15th century European explorers tried to find a new route to Asia in order to get what kinds of products?
To acquire items like silk and spices that were not available (naturally) in Europe.
Cold, wet sometimes.
Of what country
It was Catholic
Well there were many various jobs. Like blacksmith, stable worker (worked with horses), messenger, they also had chefs in the 15th century.
"the life of a merchant in Medieval Europe"
this life was hard,people died fast because of diseases and people mostly lived to 50 or 60 years old.they cleaned their houses onece in a year and took a bath once in the year too so it was smelly and dirty at their houses.
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It is called an Escritoire
yes it is, before WW1 the time and century was recorded in history differently than it is now. 1257 ad was the 13th century and 1457 was the 15th century. it was divided by 50 years through. for example 1350 was considered 14th century. almost like rounding up in decimals.
Yes, very much so. Throughout Northern Europe, diaspora Jews had built a significant business lending money, often to governments to finance the many wars. In Italy the great merchant families (like the Medicis in Florence) expanded their merchant businesses into lending their wealth, and to holding money for others in their stronghouses. They lent these "deposits" and thus what we know as banking was born.
Not that different from North America
The Middle Ages lasted a thousand years, from the 5th century to the 15th. The area in which they happened was Europe and the Middle East. Answering this question really requires a book. There is a link to a related question below. Its answer is very short, but it has a long list of links relating to medieval culture, and you might want to look at these.
Tarot cards began as card games in the 15th century. I do not know of any pictures available of the original cards.
First guitar-like instruments were developed in Europe in 12th century. They descended from earlier instruments made in India and central Asia.
what was life like fo the common european when absolute monarchs ruled
it was har and grooling
In the fourteenth century England, like the rest of Europe, began to develop in new directions. We've seen political and military novelties: bigger, more expensive wars governments that had more power than ever before to draw on the resources of their subject populations the involvement of the higher ranks of the common people (who paid the bills) in political life
electric bass is a creation of Fender in the mid to early 50s but just like electric guitar it goes back to the 15th century.
West Berlin was like the rest of free Europe.
Like other countries in EU and Europe
Sabre-like swords have been used in Eastern Europe since the medieval period. The modern sabre was introduced in Western Europe in the 17th century.
1492 CE is the 15th century. This is because just like there was no year "0," there was no 0th century. 01-100 CE is the first century, 101-200 is the second, and so on. A common misconception is that the century ticks from one to the next on the transition of years from '99 to '00. Since there was no year "0," the century mark actually changes from '00 to '01.
it was the beginning of the middle ages
it was harsh.
What life was like in 14th-century England
it was well i dont know lol
What life was like in 14th century England
back then cars didn't have labels like Holden or Toyota. it was just called an Automobile.. First invented by Karl Benz in the 15th century
It is very hard but very exiting!
The same as the rest of free Europe.
They endure constant persecution in Europe.
The devices used to make the painting more life like were optical devices like the camera obscura or concave mirrors to project scenes onto their canvases for tracing. This explained the sudden emergence of more realistic painting in the early 15th century. It also meant that artists began using optical lenses even earlier than scientists did: The microscope and telescope weren't invented until the 1590s.
There was growing antisemitism in Europe before 1933. Especially in Poland, which had been a haven for Jews since the fifteenth century when they were expelled from many countries. It was because of this issue that many Jews left Poland for Germany, which led to a lot of discontent in Germany and provided Hitler with a platform to stand on politically.
It was called Israel during the 1st century, what is referred to as Palestine did not exist yet.
You do not wear masquerades. These were formal aristocratic balls, not clothes. They became fashionable for carnival in 15th century France. Their most distinctive feature was that people wore a mask. Masquerade is derived from masque, the French for mask. They enacted triumphal entries of kings, pageants and other important court events. They spread to Italy in the 16th century and to the rest of continental Europe in the 17th century. The Carnival of Venice… Read More
Between the 16th and 17th century.
Renaissance was an intellectual and cultural movement in Europe that roughly started in 14th century and continued till 17th century. It started in Italy and then spread to the entire Europe. Famous names of the time are polymaths like Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Galileo Galilei .
Europe has about 50 different countries, with their own cultures, so family life would be different depending on what part of Europe you were in. So there is not single answer to the question.
Yes, but they were more like fire/sword eaters, musicians, etc. as opposed to modern circuses (i.e. The Ringling Brothers w/ elephants & clowns)
Precarious in many countries.
life was like a box of chocolates. The majority of people were black.
life was hard and tough chouer was alive in that period of time 1343-1400 research
During the Fifteenth Century the Islamic armies of the Ottoman Empire were steadily extending their power over much of what we now think of as Central Europe (Romania, Austria, the Czech territories, large parts of Greece). The large Christian kingdoms of the Holy Roman Empire were resisting the Muslim expansion: so there were constant vicious and bloody wars between Muslims and Christians more or less permanently. In Transylvania, and in many other parts of central… Read More
The arrival of the European in the 15th and 16th century led to the slave trade. The Europeans traders were involved in the African kingdoms like Mali and Ghana because of their sophisticated trading networks.
was not great because world of warcraft was not around
Probably not that great to be honest! :-/
Pretty sh*t tbh.
poor wages were low for an average family.