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Middle Ages - Feudalism Packet - Homeschool Den

This 50+ page Middle Ages - Feudalism Unit includes an awesome feudalism simulation, Middle Ages worksheets, 25 event cards (Early, High and Late Middle Ages) with extensive teacher notes, other feudalism activities and more!

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History of Western Civilization through FASHION: #3 The Dark Ages (or The Early Middle Ages) 400 - 900 a.d.

"So, is everything dark because it's the dark ages?..." So, Rome was sacked in 401 or 410 A.D. by the Visigoths. The Roman Empire continued to exist because there was a second capital in Bysantium, but for Europeans, (and therefore Western Civilization) the idea of massive centralized government was a thing of the past. And, just like in 3 Nephi 7, society devolved into tribes. Cities fell, roads were haunted by robbers and highwaymen, and the basic infrastructure which keeps civilization…

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Manor

This fire provided warmth and could be used for cooking and although the peasants reeked of smoke because only one hole in the roof acted as a chimney.

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Many fine examples of medieval art can be found in the pages of manuscripts. These illuminated books reflect the huge variety of artistic expression present in England and France during the early Middle Ages, as discussed in more detail on our new Medieval England and France, 700-1200 website. Biblical events...

Many fine examples of medieval art can be found in the pages of manuscripts. These illuminated books reflect the huge variety of artistic expression present in England and France during the early Middle Ages, as discussed in more detail on our new Medieval England and France, 700-1200 website. Biblical events...

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Twelve Famous Women of the Middle Ages - Ancient History Encyclopedia

Women in the Middle Ages were frequently characterized as second-class citizens by the Church and the patriarchal aristocracy. Women's status was somewhat elevated in the High and Late Middle Ages when...

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Jan Hus Being Burnt at the Stake

Diebold Schilling's Spiezer Chronik (1485 CE), Burgerbibliotheek Bern.

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On Yer Heade: Part II

Period Head Coverings Or alternately, What Hat Goes with My Outfit? 13th Century This post comes from a class I taught. It evolved from me standing in front of the mirror, event after event, trying…

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Styles

The clothing styles of medieval Europe in the early Middle Ages (aka Dark Ages) were not fashion as we know it. Styles did not change rapidly. Garments were plain but distinguished by fine fabrics.

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