posted by Matthew on .
I left out two last sentences on history. Thank you very much, Writeacher.
1) The 14th century was also marked by the rise of a religious movement of reforms called Lollardy, whose leader was John Wycliffe.
2) The movement, which began at Oxford University where Wycliffe taught, attacked the power of the clergy and the corruption of monastic orders, which lent money at interest.