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Crash Course European History, Medieval Europe: Crash Course European History #1 (2)

Medieval Europe: Crash Course European History #1 (2)

but for fame and career, as a French chronicler observed.

Cutting through the 116 years of back and forth victories and losses, this proverb arose about warfare:

"That's the way it is with fighting. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose."

As for life in these years, people recited proverbs like

"There's nothing more certain than death." (someone along the way added "and taxes")

Other proverbs emphasized that life had begun to feel like a zero-sum game.

"The big fishes eat the smaller."

"Men are good so long as it saves their skin."

But in the midst of that, there was also new thinking.

Not just that of The Ciompi and peasants, but of artists and philosophers and architects and others,

who were simultaneously creating Europe's rebirth or Renaissance.

The Great Renaissance Cathedral of Florence was even completed before the end of the Hundred Years War.

And next week, we'll start there, in Florence, which was home to so much of that so-called rebirth.

Thanks for watching. I'll see you then.

Thanks so much for watching Crash Course European History,

which is filmed here in Indianapolis and produced with the help of all of these nice people.

Our animation team is Thought Cafe,

and Crash Course would not exist without the generous support of our patrons at Patreon.

Patreon is a voluntary subscription service where you can support the content you love through a monthly donation

and help keep crash course free for everyone forever.

Thanks again for watching, and as they say in my hometown, "Don't forget to be awesome!"

God, it's nice to be back.



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Medieval Europe: Crash Course European History #1 (2) Средневековая Европа: Ускоренный курс европейской истории #1 (2)

but for fame and career, as a French chronicler observed. а ради "личной славы" и "карьеры", как заметил французский хронист.

Cutting through the 116 years of back and forth victories and losses, this proverb arose about warfare: Прокладывая путь через 116 лет переходящих из рук в руки побед и поражений, люди придумали такую пословицу про войну: 116 yıllık savaşın zaferleri ve kayıpları üzerine ileri geri bir bakınca savaş hakkında şu atasözü ortaya çıktı:

"That's the way it is with fighting. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose." "Именно так и бывает на войне. Иногда ты побеждаешь, иногда проигрываешь". "Savaşmanın olayı budur. Bazen kazanırsın, bazen kaybedersin."

As for life in these years, people recited proverbs like Если говорить о жизни людей в те годы, то они рассказывали такую пословицу:

"There's nothing more certain than death." (someone along the way added "and taxes") "Нет ничего более неизбежного, чем смерть ". И кто-то позднее добавил: "И налоги".

Other proverbs emphasized that life had begun to feel like a zero-sum game. Другие пословицы обращали внимание на то, что жизнь стала похожа на игру с нулевой суммой: Diğer atasözleri hayatın ya hep ya hiç oyunu gibi hissettirmeye başladığını vurguluyordu.

"The big fishes eat the smaller." "Большие рыбы едят меньших" "Büyük balık küçük balığı yer."

"Men are good so long as it saves their skin." "Люди ведут себя хорошо до тех пор, пока это спасает их шкуру" "İnsanlar derilerini korudukça iyidir."

But in the midst of that, there was also new thinking. Но посреди всего этого зарождается новое мышление, не только у чомпи и у крестьян, Ama tüm bunların ortasında, yeni bir düşünce daha vardı.

Not just that of The Ciompi and peasants, but of artists and philosophers and architects and others, но и у художников, философов, архитекторов, и прочих,

who were simultaneously creating Europe's rebirth or Renaissance. кто одновременно создавал европейское Возрождение - Ренессанс.

The Great Renaissance Cathedral of Florence was even completed before the end of the Hundred Years War. Великий памятник Ренессанса - Флорентийский собор - был достроен до конца Столетней войны.

And next week, we'll start there, in Florence, which was home to so much of that so-called rebirth. На следующей неделе мы начнём именно там, во Флоренции, родине многих вещей, связанных с этим так называемым Возрождением.

Thanks for watching. I'll see you then. Спасибо за просмотр. Увидимся.

Thanks so much for watching Crash Course European History, Большое спасибо за то, что Вы смотрите Ускоренный курс Европейской истории, Crash Course Avrupa Tarihi'ni izlediğiniz için çok teşekkürler,

which is filmed here in Indianapolis and produced with the help of all of these nice people. который снимается здесь, в Индианаполисе, с помощью этих замечательных людей.

Our animation team is Thought Cafe, Наша команда аниматоров - Thought Cafe,

and Crash Course would not exist without the generous support of our patrons at Patreon. и Ускоренный курс никогда бы не существовал без щедрой поддержки наших патронов на Patreon. ve Crash Course, Patreon'daki patronlarımızın cömert desteği olmadan olmazdı.

Patreon is a voluntary subscription service where you can support the content you love through a monthly donation Patreon - это сервис с добровольной подпиской, где Вы можете поддержать контент, который Вы любите, Patreon, aylık bağış yaparak sevdiğiniz içerikleri destekleyebileceğiniz gönüllü bir abonelik hizmetidir.

and help keep crash course free for everyone forever. посредством ежемесячных пожертвований, чтобы помочь сохранить Ускоренный курс бесплатным для всех навсегда.

Thanks again for watching, and as they say in my hometown, "Don't forget to be awesome!" Ещё раз спасибо за просмотр, и, как говорят в моём родном городе: "Не забывай быть классным!"

God, it's nice to be back. Боже, как же приятно вернуться! İzlediğiniz ve memleketimde dedikleri gibi, "Müthiş olmayı unutmayın!"

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