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HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 101
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History
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Sep 11, 2023
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n Developments 1200-1450 Graphic Organizer % & © & The Byzantine Empire (600 CE - 1450 CE) @quest edit access) Latin West/Feudal Europe (600 CE - 1450 CE) J The community in the Byzantine Empire was conquered by the royal family and the male aristocracy but there were chances for social development due to wars, population movements, imperial gifts of land and titles, and intermarriage. Most of the lower classes would have followed the footsteps of their parents, but inheritance, the buildup of wealth, and a lack of any ceremonial forbidding for one class to move to another did at least offer a tiny chance for a person to better their social place. e Byzantine society has been traditionally split into two groups of citizens: the honestiores (the "privileged") and the humiliores (the "humble"). This included the rich and privileged versus everyone else (except slaves who were in a lower class). e Women were among the upper classes in the Byzantine Empire. They were expected to supervise the home and raise children while the ones who had to work for a living did so in the industries of the period. Even though there was a male-dominated culture some women did manage to overcome the limits put on them. Women in the Byzantine Empire - World History Encyclopedia LO: How did agriculture affect social organization? The medieval agricultural rebellion had immense long-term effects for peasants and, ultimately for all of European society. Let's say that you are a poor European farmer in the Middle ages; the political sitiuation is that you don't own your own land. You and your neighbors share a plow and you combine your oxen to till the soil together in teams. There is not a lot of social mobility. 1.6: The Medievyl Agricultural Revolution - Humanities LibreTexts 3 : Serfdom in Europe (article) | Khan Academy What is the role of coercive labor? Those lands during the Medieval times in Europe were largely based around the operation of landed estates. Modern scholars argue over whether or not it's useful to lump together the management of these estates in that way. The thing is that those lands were cultivated with a mixture of free and unfree labor. Serfdom in Europe (article) | Khan Academy
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