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GIVING MEDALS. How did the Black Death lead to gains for the common people? How did the disaster complicate the goals of the new monarchs? Describe Luther’s interactions with the church. What events led to his excommunication? Do you think he intended to break with the church when he began voicing his criticisms?

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    1.So much death could not help but tear economic and social structures apart. Lack of peasants and laborers sent wages soaring, and the value of land plummeted. For the first time in history the scales tipped against wealthy landlords as peasants and serfs gained more bargaining power. Without architects, masons and artisans, great cathedrals and castles remained unfinished for hundreds of years. Governments, lacking officials, floundered in their attempts to create order out of chaos.

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