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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Costs and Benefits of Tradition and Progress Costs of Tradititon Costs of Progress - crop rotation : no crops for one year on one field -Loss of medication, technology and prosperity -The priests worried about power - It was bad that there were no crops for one year to make soil more fertile. Instead of a steady stream of crops there was just one big abudnace of crops. -Medication was decreasingwhich lead to bad health and bad education -As ties between the church and goverment became stronger, priests becamemore worried about gainingpower. -Kings turned to tyrants -Kings would make decisions for themselves. -Decentralization of goverment -Europe was split into seperate city-states due to the loss of education and prosperity -Serfs treated badly -Serfs had low paying jobs. Benefits of Traditon Benefits of Progress - Religion has ties with the goverment -The bond of the church and government made the citizens very happy. - Ruled by one king - It made decison making much easier. - Chivalry is idolized - Chivalry was a code of honor and it was frequently used by knights inthe middle ages. - The Byzantiine Empire, prospered - This Empire brought new ideas, travel, andtrade to Europe - Feudlilism Develploped - It was the new socialclass created in the Middle Ages - Crop Rotaion - Crop Roationallowed soil to re-fertilize fora year, which meantmore food and cropsthe next year. Stephanie Ropes
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