If you are given the chance to go back to the Middle Ages.... Will you go back or will you stay here in the present time? What can be the differences if you choose to go back? Let me give you information about how Middle Ages differ with the present times.
Another reason why the middle ages were referred to as dark is because of the decline in production of culture. “The passage illustrates medieval education, which was provided primarily at monasteries or church schools and was not available to most people” (Doc E). This was the adapters note from a passage about a monk who went to Chartres to study Hippocrates and it says how education was not provided for most people, which explains why there was a decline in culture because only very little could get educated. “I learned the ordinary symptoms of diseases and picked up surface knowledge of ailments. This was not enough to satisfy my desires” (Doc E). The monk learned very little in his studies and getting more education was hard then, so combine
Woube Middle Ages DBQ The middle ages occurred after the fall of Rome. The labels that best describe the Middle Ages would be the Dark Age, the Age of Faith, and the Age of Feudalism. The Middle Ages was labeled as the Dark Ages.
During this time of the light age, Europe also developed a strong, organized government. According to Source B: Magna Carta in Sources: Government it states, "To all free men of our kingdom we have also granted, for us and to our heirs for ever, all the liberties written out below, to have and to keep for them and their heirs, of us and our heirs. " This quote supports that Europe had an organized and strong government because it shows that the government would last a very long time and by showing that it gave rights to free men. All of these advancements and conquests such as Gothic Cathedrals, the crushing Crusades and the government of Europe all support that Europe was not in a dark age but a light age instead. These reasons why Europe was not in a dark age have impacted the world by leading to even more architectural advancements, improved versions of the items that Europe discovered while they were on the Crusades, and improved government that Europe used, that is still used
According to the middle ages movie, the middle ages took place in Europe, they were also known as the Dark Ages. And the darkest times were the late middle ages. The reason why the late middle ages is considered so dark or not a good time to live in the middle ages is because of the Black Death. The black death is the worst catastrophe besides the children’s
Was the Time Period Between 400 and 1400 AD a “Dark Age” for Europe? Overall Claim: The Middle Ages not a Dark Age in Europe. The first reason the Middle Ages period was not a Dark Age was because the educational system improved. Richer the monk stated in his article “Journey to Chartres” (Document E) about how he was going to study with a great scholar named “Heribrand, a highly cultured and scholarly man.”
The Middle ages started between 500 and 1500, which was split into different sections: the Early and High/Late Middle ages. The earliest part of the Middle Ages were also known as the ‘Dark Ages,’ which reigned between 476 to 1100 roughly. This started after the fall of the Roman Empire, which took most of Europe in a period of decline, dominantly Western Europe; including modern day England, France, Spain, Germany, Spain, Italy, and others. Following the collapse of the last empire, the economy and structure of government/society had collapse, causing many to fall back into small farming societies. On top of that, many invaders such as the Viking, Magyars, Germanic tribes, and Muslim invaders put them into a further primitive state.
Medieval Europe was the time period after the fall of the Roman Empire. During this time period, Europe was divided into several kingdoms. Lords had manors and peasants that lived on their land, working in exchange for protection. They never left the land; there was no trade. Kings and Queens were in charge of kingdoms. The head of the Catholic church, the Pope, had great influence over everyone, from knights to peasants. The Pope often had power struggles with Kings. As head of the church, the Pope believed that they had the power to crown anyone they wanted to. The Kings didn’t agree.
The Middle Ages led to the Age of Exploration.The Middle Ages (500 CE-1500 CE) was a time in history after the Roman Empire collapsed (476 CE). The Age of Exploration was when people traveled off to foreign lands and explored or traded. The Middle Ages had a lot of important events that led to the Age of Exploration. Here are some examples the fall of the Roman Empire, Feudalism,The Crusades, the Black Death, the Commercial Revolution, the Renaissance, and the Vikings.
The Dark Ages. The Golden Ages. They seem to be polar opposites, and in some ways, they are. However, they do have things in common. The Middle Ages (or the dark ages) was followed by the Italian Renaissance (the golden ages).
First the dark ages was a time of fighting, an example of this would be: Rome was attacked, robbed, and also eventually taken over by barbarian tribes. Secondly, there was also passing away because when Rome was at war tribes all over showed little