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Elizabeth of cromway lived there and the society was extremely awful, there was the green plague caused by frogs eating infected flies and the towns were full of infected rats. this was from 1500-1510, hoped this helped :)

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Another way to put this might be, how did Europe change between the Middle Ages and the modern world? Well, the answer is that almost everything changed. Feudalism and serfdom ended, nation-states were formed, the Reformation broke up the Catholic church, the scientific view of the world that we now hold came into being, Europe went from being a "developing region," behind India and China in terms of technology and economic output to one that dominated the globe, people moved off the land and into the cities, the industrial and French revolutions changed Europe (and for that matter the world) forever. Society went from being one that was primarily agricultural, where most people were farmers and lived in small village communities that were dominated by priests and landlords, to one where many people became factory workers in political systems that were essentially democratic. The ideas of liberty and equality did not exist in the Middle Ages. Family life changed beyond recognition as children became more independent and, eventually, were required to go to school, and women entered the work force in large numbers. An active middle class emerged. The population grew extremely quickly in the nineteenth centuries. The changes were almost unimaginable. Art, science, consumer society, worldviews: everything was new by 1900. It's a huge questions. These remarks here are very general and barely scratch the surface. In 1500 the average European was an illiterate peasant from a large family who farmed a small plot of land under the control of the local aristocracy. In 1900 the average European could read and write, lived in a smalll urban family and worked for an employer who was supposed to provide him or her with a minimum standard of living. It was an entirely new world.

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Around this year we had seen a peak of the medieval civilization, it was the highlight of the feudalism where the most magnificent pieces of Gothic art and culture was created. The efficiency of the medieval agriculture, craft, and economy reached its zenith and Europe experienced a stability and prosperity not seen from the times of Roman. The population had exploded and pretty much double what was in the antiquity. With the rise of population, the cities became large where peasants flocked for a better opportunities. Some cities achieved a decent size like Paris, London, Prague, Lubeck, Venice or Milan, and became cosmopolitan metropolises where art, education, and commerce shined. For example population of Prague increased from 10,000 around 1300 to 80,000 around 1380 and Paris achieved around 250,000 in years prior Black Death.

The emergence of large cities with vital, wealthy middle class had changed the economical and social structure of the medieval society. The feudal economy based on agricultural output and fiefdom to produce a limited surplus was changed when a new class of people wealthy enough to buy anything and generated income from craft, trade, and business. The structure of the medieval society divided into three classes - thous working (the peasants), thous protecting (the noble), and thous praying (the clergy), started to erode, and the urbanized class did not fit into any of these three categories. Person living in the city and often owning a property was literally free and have not a need to labor on the manor. The same time, the urban middle class had more money than the sword wielding knights, but lacked the same social status, and being often educated and literate (necessary skill if you want to trade), defied religious dogma imposed by church. The cities also were harder to control as was the case of the peasantry, since the fortification provided a good way to resist a control by the feudal. The cities and its leading representative wanted to share a decision within the state, which lead into prolonged social clash between the upper nobility and them. Some states experienced full scale war between these two as was the case in the Kingdom of Bohemia around 1306-1310. This signalized the end of the traditional medieval times and order established after the fall of Roman Empire.

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European society became less isolated, towns and population grew, interest in learning revived.

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medival society change a new middle class emerged it included traders merchants and artisan

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