Sep 09, 2021 · Early 14th century depiction of Edward I (left) declaring his son Edward (right) the Prince of Wales Between 1297 and 1298, Edward was left as regent in charge of England while the king campaigned in Flanders against Philip IV, who had occupied part of the English king's lands in Gascony. 
3 days ago · The Hikayat Raja Pasai, a 14th-century Aceh chronicle tell a Majapahit naval invasion against Samudra Pasai in 1350. The chronicle described that the Majapahit invasion was a punishment for Sultan Ahmad Malik Az-Zahir's crime on ruining a royal marriage between Pasai Prince Tun Abdul Jalil and Raden Galuh Gemerencang, a Majapahit princess ...
Aug 25, 2021 · Minsden Chapel, situated in an isolated wooded area in Hertfordshire, dates back to the 14th Century. It is now a roofless shell, made of flint nodules. It was a stop off point on the pilgrim route to St Albans Abbey. By the 17th Century the chapel was a picturesque ruin, which was still used by those of a more romantic disposition for weddings.
4 days ago · Throughout his career, he defended his father's writings against all critics. The office of Nagid was held by the Maimonides family for four successive generations until the end of the 14th century. Maimonides is widely respected in Spain, and a statue of him was erected near the Córdoba Synagogue.
Sep 06, 2021 · The literary texts of the late 14th and early 15th century abound with embroidery references. The above slide provides two, with supporting visual sources from the time period. Note, Sir Lanfal originates with Marie de France in the 12 th century, but the alms purse does not get a mention until the late 14 th-century version.
5 days ago · Brazil was the last country in the Western world to abolish slavery. Forty percent of the total number of slaves brought to the Americas were sent to Brazil. For reference, the United States received 10 percent. Despite being abolished, there are still people working in slavery-like conditions in Brazil in the 21st century. Cuba
3 days ago · The oldest surviving set of tarot cards dates back to 14th century Italy and was created for the Duke of Milan's family around 1440. While many associate the cards to ancient Egypt, the Kabbalah or Indian Tantra, scholarly research has suggested that there is actually no historical evidence the cards were used in a certain religion but rather ...