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The Middle Ages covers an enormous period ranging from the Roman Emperor Constantine's conversion to Christianity in 313 C.E., through the early medieval period known as the Dark Ages, to Martin Luther's launching of the Protestant Reformation in 1517. Battles and tournaments, feasts and festivals are all here, making up an exciting picture of the era we know as the Middle Ages.

Popular perceptions of the Magna Carta

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The History and Customs of February 14th

Millions of people celebrate this holiday this loved ones. Here is a look at why. Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Love it or...

Ethical Notions and Conceptions of Chivalry

Feudal chivalry depended on certain ideal and preconceived characteristics, including fighting abilities, trustworthiness as well as a generous attitude. The formation of ideal characteristics of...

Belligerent French Nobility of the 11th Century

In order to survive in the harsh and violent French medieval society, many nobles who had the means and time took up knighthood professionally. Preliminary...

Fashion and Dress in the Middle Ages

Sumptuary laws established in the middle ages restricted clothing expenditures to maintain class structure. English laws governing fashion and dress were first recorded in...

A Brief History of Gothic Architecture

Gothic architecture in Europe and Great Britain grew out the Crusades. The rounded arches in churches soon evolved to the strong arch and Gothic...

Fugitives in Medieval England

As an outlaw in the medieval period there were few options available to maintain your freedom. Men and women in medieval England who were accused...

Commoners of Medieval Europe

The lowest members of society, the medieval commoners of Europe were broken down into two classes each with individual ranks and titles. The medieval...

Noble Medieval Class Structure

For nobles of medieval Europe, a title would be rewarded to a person who performed some service to the monarch and would usually...

Poisoned Pen Manuscripts and Red Ink

Monks who copied Bibles and other classical literature during the Dark Ages may have died of mercury poisoning. Colorful inks from various mineral...
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