Medieval

of the Middle Ages (5th-15th Centuries)

medieval

[adj] - relating to or belonging to the Middle Ages 2. [adj] - as if belonging to the Middle Ages
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Medieval

• Alt. of Medievalist
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medieval

mediaeval adjective relating to or belonging to the Middle Ages; `Medieval scholars`; `Medieval times`
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medieval

From the middle ages, around 1000 to 1500 AD
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medieval

medieval, mediaeval 1. Of or relating to a period of time intervening between (periods designated as) ancient and modern; specifically, relating to, or characteristic of the Middle Ages. Also, of art, religion, etc.; resembling or imitative of that of the Middle Ages. 2. A person who lived in the Middle Ages; also, a person whose outlook or perspe...
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Medieval

See Overviews for details.
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Medieval

The music from a period of about 500 A.D. until about 1430 A.D. - followed by the Renaissance era
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Medieval

The period of time roughly a thousand years long between the fall of the Roman Empire and the emerge
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