it was based on feudalism... there is a feudalism pyramid if you go on Google images and type in feudalism pyramid
It depended on what country they lived in and what century you're talking about. For example, in England in the 1300s, they spoke Middle English, French, and Latin.
1300s were in the 14th century.
life in the 1300's was quite boring
I feel that the achievements of the 1000-1300s were medieval, not uncivilized. The achievements and things they knew can from the technology and the information they knew. The technology was rather primitive which limited their accuracy on facts and sciences, it also limited what they could discover to what they could see, hear, touch and get to. Today technology is vast, it let's us do everything and anything, also communication with the rest of the world was limited to the information and achievements were isolated to those regions. ALthough the achievement would later be trumped by our generation, the achievements they did have were based on a lot more brains and hard work rather than today's computers and technology.
The Peasants' Revolt happened in 1381 because of high taxes and poor economic conditions. It was not immediately successful, but the long term effects improved conditions for poor people. There is a link below to an article on the Peasants' Revolt.
The Bubonic Plague (a.k.a The Black Plague) caused a dramatic decline in the population of Europe in the 1300s.
Because of the plauge
The dry compass was invented in medieval Europe around 1300.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compass#Dry_compassExcept for this, Sun has been used for general navigation.
Yes, it was.
the Bubonic Plague.
Yes, it was.
The economic and social crises chipped away at the foundations of Medieval society in the 1300s and 1400s. Wars raged constantly during this time. The conditions were ripe for great social changes.
The black death
Both lowered the population of Europe. Both were caused by weather changes. Both lowered food supplies in Europe. Both were caused by social unrest.
The major outbreak was in the late 1300s, with another bout during the 1600s.
no, cannons and gunpowder only appeared in Europe in the 1300s.