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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Costs and Benefits vs. Power Morality Rule could be seized by whoever had military power, not merit. Patronage was for status symbols. Thiscreated social divide. Leaders could use religion for control, so heresy was made punishable by death. Religion was heavily integrated into power, and often cased unrest (Bonfire of the Vanities). The Church's views often caused dispute with the artistic world. Most people practiced Christianity, so everyone was united under one faith. Leaders were able to claim strategic locations, resulting in increases of trade and power. Power has more of an affect than morality. From here and down are the costs of morality and power Morality Power Key Only legal money-making was allowed, so a Middleclass was made. Power was sought aftergreatly, so propagandawas made. Good deeds by leaders affected the public. Patronage by powerful people created amazing works of art which affected the mindset of the people beneficially. Christianity did not allow military to kill, which weakened armies. 2 3 1 1 3 2 3 2 2 3 1 From here and up are the benefits of morality and power. Examples are numbered on a scale of importance,1 being the most, 3 being the least. Individualism creatednew morals and values. From here and down are the costs of morality and power.
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