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41 Interesting Facts about the Black Death

41 Interesting Facts about the Black Death | Grade 8 Social Studies | Scoop.it
A list of random Black Death facts, including its causes, its effects on Medieval Europe, and its impact on history.
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Famous Medieval People

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A look at some of the most famous medieval period. They lived during the thousand years considered to be the medieval period and they are famous for many different reasons.
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Middle Ages People

Visit this site dedicated to providing information about the facts, history of Middle Ages People. Fast and accurate facts about the Middle Ages People. Learn about the history of the Middle Ages People.
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Food in the Middle Ages: Eight Things You Probably Didn’t Know | The Inspiratorium

Food in the Middle Ages: Eight Things You Probably Didn’t Know | The Inspiratorium | Grade 8 Social Studies | Scoop.it
Food is one of my favourite topics, and if I weren’t obsessing here about the Middle Ages, I’d probably be blogging about my food obsessions. Food is not
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Eleanor of Aquitaine - British History - HISTORY.com

Eleanor of Aquitaine - British History - HISTORY.com | Grade 8 Social Studies | Scoop.it
Find out more about the history of Eleanor of Aquitaine, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com
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Medieval Cathedral Building - YouTube

History Teachers - Buy history resources for your classes including worksheets, homeworks, tests, and presentations at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/St...
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HISTORY BITES: MEDIEVAL TABLE MANNERS

HISTORY BITES: MEDIEVAL TABLE MANNERS | Grade 8 Social Studies | Scoop.it
We know the Middle Ages was a transition period between the civilized "Classical World" of Greece and Rome; and modern civilization that grew from out of the 18th century "Enlightenment". The Middl...
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The Medieval Church

The Medieval Church | Grade 8 Social Studies | Scoop.it
The Medieval Church played a far greater role in Medieval England than the Church does today. In Medieval England, the Church dominated everybody's life.
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Famous Medieval People

Famous Medieval People | Grade 8 Social Studies | Scoop.it
A look at some of the most famous medieval period. They lived during the thousand years considered to be the medieval period and they are famous for many different reasons.
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Building the Great Cathedrals - Cathedrals in Color - YouTube

Except for the color in their stained glass windows, today, Gothic Cathedrals appear as drab as the material with which they were built: stone. But to mediev...
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Five Contributions of the Middle Ages 

Lectures in Medieval History,
by Lynn Harry Nelson, Emeritus Professor of Medieval History, The
University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.
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Top 10 Legacies of the Middle Ages - Listverse

Top 10 Legacies of the Middle Ages - Listverse | Grade 8 Social Studies | Scoop.it
Top 10 Legacies of the Middle Ages^Top 10 Legacies of the Middle Ages^I wrote this list as a companion to the "Top 10 Misconceptions about the Middle Ages" list. A few words on the criteria I used to put this list together.
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Middle Ages, Towns In The Middle Ages

A history of Europe during the Middle Ages including its people, rulers, government, culture, wars and contributions to modern civilization
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Roman Empire Timeline

The Roman Empire was one of the greatest civilizations in history. It began in Rome in 753 BC. Rome controlled over two million square miles stretching from the Rhine River to Egypt and from Britain to Asia Minor. This timeline highlights the major events in the history of Ancient Rome. This timeline goes from 753 BC to 27 BC and then from 64 AD to 1453 AD.
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