As a response to overcrowding, residents of medieval cities built

As a response to overcrowding, residents of medieval cities built a. taller houses and shops. b. smaller houses and shops. c. wider streets. d. larger sewage systems.

a. taller houses and shops.

As a response to overcrowding, residents of medieval cities built taller houses and shops. Option A is correct. First, medieval cities had small populations relative to cities today, however, cities used to be very small and very crowded. Besides, such cities were dirty places. The 12th and 13th centuries marked a period of economic growth which led to the rebirth of cities. Most people in Medieval England were village peasants but religious centres  attracted people and many developed into towns or cities.

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