Later Events In The Middle Ages

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The later events in the middle ages greatly impacted the lives of the Europeans. These events were the Great Schism, the Great Famine and the Black Plague. The Great schism was when the France and Rome collaborated with their religious pope and court, but in result to that Avignon started to overpower them and they preceded to fight. The members of the church started to feel their steady religious environment become unbalanced leaving them baffled. The Great famine started when the lands started to become overworked and the weather started to get bad in 1315, which caused the incapability of growing crops through 1000-1400 C.E. The insufficient amount of food left tons of people to die and to loose all their good land that helped make their
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