Late Middle Ages Crisis

Late Middle Ages Crisis describe the period about fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, which were altered the structure of European society. At the end of 13th century, Europe faced a series of famines and plagues including the Great Famine during 1315 to 1317 and the Black Death. Because of these natural disasters, the population of Europe got reduced to a significant degree. Demographic crisis and economic change occurred against a backdrop of warfare. During the late medieval period, European religious unity was jolted by the differences between Western and Eastern Church.