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Encyclopedia > Medievalism

Medievalism divides into both serious academic study of the medieval world and also leisure-time romanticism about that world. The Middle Ages formed the middle period in a traditional schematic division of European history into three ages: the classical civilization of Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and modern times, beginning with the Renaissance. ... romanticism - error - you are to thick to read this muhahahahahahahahah ...


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Medieval music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3510 words)
Though establishing the end of the Medieval era and the beginning of the Renaissance is admittedly arbitrary, 1450 is used here.
The beginning of the Ars nova is one of the few clean chronological divisions in medieval music, since it corresponds to the publication of the Roman de Fauvel, a huge compilation of poetry and music, in 1310 and 1314.
Demarcating the end of the Medieval era and the beginning of the Renaissance, with regards to the composition of music, is problematic.
Middle Ages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2758 words)
A medieval era can also be applied to other parts of the world that historians have seen as embodying the same feudal characteristics as Europe in this period.
The pre-westernization period in the history of Japan is sometimes referred to as medieval.
In England the change of monarchs which occurred on 22 August 1485 at the Battle of Bosworth is often considered to mark the end of the period, Richard III representing the old medieval world and the Tudors, a new royal house and a new historical period.
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