What part might geography have played in controlling or moderating the spread of the Black Death?
What are some of the reactions that a fatal and indiscriminant killer, such as the Black Death, might provoke?
With some statistics suggesting that as much as fifty percent of Europe's population fell victim to the plague, what are the social implications that such a death toll might have?
Discuss the geographical origins of capitalism in Europe during this period. Did it emerge from the towns or from the countryside?
Did Constitutional States flourish in one particular area of Europe?
Explain how the Enlightenment changed the way Europeans saw their relationship to religion.
Compare the religious and political map of Europe between 1500 and 1800. Do you see a more unified or a more divided Europe at the end of that period?
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