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The Middle Age society.
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Cool Enough for The New School.

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Universities were one of the advancements that had proppeled education in the Middle Ages to a new level. In modern times, we attend universities right after we finish our high school careers. This began with the Middle Ages. Which goes back to how relevant this times were because without them we wouldn't have unisersities. Since normal education was common in this time and no one managed to excel in academics. Once these new universities were created, it made opportunities for others that wanted a true education. As time went on, different types of universities were established all over and another precedent was set by the Middle Ages.

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The Fourth Henry.

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In my opinion, the most important Pope/ Emporor of this time was Henry the Fourth. He was the first emporor to challenge the Pope, and even though he did fail and eventually had to succumb to the church, he did set a precedent. He was the first one to defy the church and go against what most other leaders had done. It's common knowledge that as time went on, more and more leaders abandoned the church which eventually lead to the church being completely disconnected from England and becoming a neutral party. And I believe that without Hengry questioning the reliigious authority, noyhing would have changed for Europe and most of the laws set by the Pope, as well as the church itself, would stay the same.

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A Literally Pain in the Arse.

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Hello Mother, I'm not sure how to tell you this but I lost 90 percent of my lower back. I'm in a lot of pain. These Crusades are simply out of hand and ridiculous. We're getting no breaks and the Christians continously keep ramming us from all ends. I guess we had it coming though. We keep taking all their land. In our defense though, they're basically giving it to us. We're making a lot of process though. After we pushed back their army a few fort nights ago, they're now in disarray and don't have anywhere else to turn since 80 percent of their soldiers, as well as leaders, are now dead. We'll have to see where this goes. For now, it's an even battle and no side can seem to take control.

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Goodbye, Religion!

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Since King Henry killed the Archbishop, it just further shows how disconnected the Monarchy was from religion. By slowly distancing itself from the church, the royal authority had incredeased and more and more people pledged loyalty to the king. This set the precedent for the further rulers because instead of peviously relying on the Pope, after the clash England became more independent as a monarchy. As more rulers came along, they followed this trend which lead to the current state of England, with no church involved at all.

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