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Transcript of Middle Ages
By: Eddie M. Natalie G. Chase E.
Brian A. Britnie B. Stephany L.
King John agreed to sign the Magna Carta.
The Black Death is a disease that killed many people in Europe.
The Crusades were religious conflicts during the high middle ages that brought about many changes to Europe.
Stained glass windows
Subject matter is religious
Roman like columns with more detail
Rose windows and flying buttresses
Light and airy interior
monophonic, polyphonic, and homophonic styles
music was enjoyed by nobility and peasants alike
De Ma Dame Vient; By Adam De la Halle
Theater was used to communicate religious messages to public
Plays told stories from the bible
Jesters were also a type of performing art
Basilica of San Isidoro
Feudalism- class system
Chivalry- knight code of honor
Second Shepard's play
Beowulf- heroic epic poem
Cantebury Tales- 24 tales from different walks of life including; the knight, the wife of bath, and the miller
The Bible (St. Jerome's translation)
The York Play
Served a defensive purpose
Medieval Architecture in Western Europe by Robert G. Calkins (book)