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    This picture best fit for the theme of church in the middle Age Europe because of the drawing on the glass. Most of the peasants in Europe could not be able to read so they would often look around staring at the picture of the stain glass to tell them the story in the book. Also, because most peasant couldn’t live a pleasant life like the lord or knight, the only things they would look forward is the after life that follow after death. Since Christianity believed in the afterlife that if you do…

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    definitions over time and has morphed into many contentious things, but it remains a central notion to existence. Courtly Love is a contentious clarity of love that appeared in the Middle Ages. It was one of loves many but important polemic junctures. Courtly Love was a popular and controversial concept in the Middle Ages that emphasized chivalry and contradicted the Christian church. Courtly Love dominated the intellectual realm of the Medieval period. It was the intense suffering of love a…

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    During the Middle Ages, there were many groups of people who wanted to be considered good, such as the monks, who were known as some of the most pure people in their time; those of the Christian faith, who were practicing the primary religion of the time; and the knights, who have been described in stories as loyal and powerful guardians to their King. The actions of the monks, Christians, and knights were ways to show that they were good and meant well to the people around them. This idea of…

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    the new look illuminated and beautiful. There are many ways that illuminated manuscripts were found in the Middle Ages. For example manuscripts could be found in something as simple as borders on pages and a picture in an article. They also could be found in very large and detailed art such as a historical initial or even wall sized art. All of these ways and more were used during the Middle Ages. Many people were needed to be able to create and craft these gorgeous pieces of art. Some…

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    reflecting the thoughts and ideas of Europe from about 1350-1700. A total “rebirthing” of Europe, the Renaissance transformed nearly every aspect of Europe including Politics, Economy, Science, and Art. The Predecessor of the Renaissance known as the Middle Ages spanning from about 500-1350 were defined by a lack of Politics,Economy,Science, and Art and a dominant Catholic church wielding power and influence over the European populace. Perhaps the biggest juxtaposition between the two periods is…

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    A knight was a noble position to do in the middle ages. To expound there are different kind of knights however they all had motivation, to protect, for a lady, or for their god. For example The Knights Hospitaller was developed in 1023.These knights were put together to protect the poor and sick pilgrims. During the crusades the knights were to be sent to defend the Holy Land, Jerusalem from the Muslims. The reason Jerusalem is called the Holy Land because Jesus body was buried there in a cave…

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    Illuminated manuscripts were a luxury item in the middle ages and mostly monks and priests used them. In the 12th century, they would used them in their religious buildings and was considered a luxury item that wealthy people could obtain. To create a manuscript was also very time consuming. People who created illuminated manuscripts were called illuminators. During the Middle Ages, illuminators liked to stay anonymous, but that changed during the late Middle Ages. To sign their work, they would…

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    During the Middle Ages, society was corrupt, millions died from disease and Christians were slowly destroying Europe. It was the time period after the fall of Rome (500 AD) that lasted about one thousand years. During the Middle Ages, 30-60% of Europe’s population was wiped out by a sickness commonly referred to as the Black Death. Also, brutal religious wars known as the Crusades were occurring between Muslims and Christians to see who could gain control over the Holy Land, Jerusalem. The…

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    In the Middle Ages the population of towns and cities in Europe began to grow. The growth of trade fairs and markets along with advancements in farming, such as the heavy plow that lead to increased food production, caused this growth in population. People's lives in the Medieval Times was controlled by different systems that told them how to live and what their job was. Merchants were in control of the trade system over the Silk Road, which provided the country of Europe new goods and a way to…

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    word is also used in situations or settings that often diverge from the strict dictionary definition. Throughout history, the definition of tolerance evolved through the Middle Ages and the early modern period to develop the modern definition of tolerant behavior: strict acceptance of others beliefs and viewpoints. In the Middle Ages, the Pope would practice tolerance as a form of “love for those who err” (Forst). As the religious leader, the pope would use kindness and proper teaching to guide…

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