Fourteenth-century France exhibits the effects of an era grappling for an identity through its language, poetry and music. Amidst intellectual rigidity and diurnal despair, this transitional period enfeebled by medieval traditions yet aspired to humanist artistry. 1,260 more words
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Today I pose a question. I’m not entirely sure I will be able to answer it without resorting to writing a novella length essay on the subject but I pose it all the same and maybe it will make you re-think your position on some of the discussed matters. 1,616 more words
- Neolithic people were farmers and Mesolithic were hunters.
- Neolithic people lived in 7000 BC and Mesolithic lived in 3500 BC.
- Meso means middle, so Mesolithic was middle stone age and… 51 more words
The birth of Bayezid II was #onthisday in history 3rd December 1447 A.D. and died 26th may 1512 A.D. He was the eldest son of Mehmed II’s succesor who ruled as the Ottoman sultan from 1481-1518 A.D. 101 more words
Eitenne Dolet, was born #onthisday 3rd August 1509 A.D. and ironically he died on 3rd August 1546 A.D. he was a French scholar, printer, and a translator. 72 more words