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    High Middle Ages

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    During the High middle ages there were many aspects of medieval society that cultivated over years into what is known today as modern society. From the rise of scholastic education of the middle ages influenced a far more intricate truth behind how todays civilization foundations were formed. With great rulers like Charlemagne, enforcing bishops to open up schools. Especially examples like Charlemange could most definitely consider to make Europe more modern. With becoming more modern, there…

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    Popes In The Middle Ages

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    Report Pope In the middle ages the pope was the highest and head of the Christian church. All the popes in the middle ages where powerful and highly influential towards society. In medieval times many people went to church meaning that the pope gained great power. Because the pope was god’s representative the pope got to choose what the church was to teach as well as how the church was to act. The pope would live in many now famous places like the Vatican where he would work and live. At the…

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    Manorialism was the organized structure of the feudal manor, essential to how feudalism flourished. During the Middle Ages, the lords and the serfs typically lived within one estate, known as the manor. Given to the lord from an overlord of theirs, they were to manage and rule over the entire land, as well as those who lived within. Originating from the french word, meneir—to dwell, the inhabitants of the manor worked for the lord in return for protection and shelter, often living in that manor…

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    Nuns In The Middle Ages

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    The nuns where women of religion during the Middle Ages. Nuns lived in places called convents, where they would fulfill their daily duties. Many nuns lived in the convents, which included a church, praying rooms, and dormitories. They would wear black veils, stockings and shoes, almost identical except to what modern day nuns attire is, the formal name of this wear is a habit worn with a leather belt. Sometimes you would find nuns wearing more elaborate attire with colors and patters. They had…

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    Today pollution has another meaning compared to how it was defined during the Middle Ages. Currently, pollution is the introduction into the environment of a substance that has harmful effects. Immediately one 's mind jumps to factory smoke or chemicals. However, for most people, a person judged to be simply out of place is not one of those definitions. Pollution was viewed not in its modern sense of bacteria or chemicals, but as in odd sense that confuses and contradicts cherished…

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    Middle Ages Dbq

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    The Middle Ages were filled with fear, death, strife, war, and famine. All who lived during the years 1300-1453 faced plague, war, and schism. However, not all of this time was bad. Education was more accessible for people. A strong feeling of nationalism struck the people of war-torn countries. Most importantly, the turmoil of the Dark Ages led to one of the greatest periods of discovery and creativity known to man: the Renaissance. The three events that characterized the Dark Ages—The Black…

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    that the soul could rest only when the body has been laid in a proper grave. The period from the fifth to the tenth century the sarcophagi fell out of use and became very limited to the wealthy and prominent Christians in Roman society. By the Middle Ages sarcophagi were rarely used and were beyond the reach of the majority of Christian members. Likewise, catacombs and underground burial places were out of date during the eighth and ninth centuries, despite the importance of the art history of…

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    Knights In The Middle Ages

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    medieval ages seem to have a romantic allure of gallant knights, cunning samurais, lords and ladies, and daring wars. Looking closer, the medieval ages were weaved with fear, fragile obligations, and complex morals. Both Europe and Japan went through a dark age of war and violence after times of great prosperity. In Europe, one of the most well known figures at the time frame were the knights. As for Japan, the samurai and their skill are one of the most notable parts within the Japanese middle…

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    Castles In The Middle Ages

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    Much of Europe during the middle ages was divided amongst lords. In order for them to defend the land and its people the lords would first have to defend themselves. To do this they built large homes called castles. The castle made defending the lands easier. Also it made it harder for enemies to attack because of the large walls. Castles were built on tall hills or in the center of the land to see the invaders attack and to govern the land. Originally, they were built with mud and wood. Which…

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    torchbearers through these dark ages”.- John Zorn. The Middle Ages have been said to be a transition period between great accomplishments. During this time the Catholic Church became the most powerful of the time and they kept people “in the dark” about religion and they kept the text of the church in Latin which meant not very many people could understand what was being said. There are at least three reasons the Middle Ages are appropriately referred to as the “Dark Ages”. According to The…

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