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  1. Feb 12, 2018 · During the 14th Century, Britain was in the depths of the Dark Ages. Child mortality was high, up to a third of all children did not survive past the age of five due to illness, disease and poor ...

  2. The Boleyn family appeared from nowhere at the end of the fourteenth century, moving from peasant to princess in only a few generations. The women of the family brought about its advancement, beginning with the heiresses Alice Bracton Boleyn, Anne Hoo Boleyn and Margaret Butler Boleyn who brought wealth and aristocratic connections.

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  3. May 10, 2019 · I much prefer to be like 14th Century Christine de Pizan, chin in hand, staring into space/out the window while I solve a knotty plot point. As for hurrying, I’m Irish. Hurrying gives me hives.‘We were the people who were not in the papers. We lived in the blank white spaces at the edges of print. It gave us more freedom.

  4. The fairy tale like 14th century, Franconian era, Colmberg Castle sits on a hill above the pretty town of the same name in northern Bavaria. It forms a picturesque part of two of the most scenic, and romantic routes in Bavaria and in Germany, the Castle Road and the Romantic Road.

  5. Aug 29, 2021 · In the 14th century the chase of Skeeby belonged to the Earl of Richmond. Church. The church of ST. AGATHA stands a little to the south of the abbey buildings and was in existence shortly after 1152. At that time it probably consisted of a chancel and nave, both shorter than at present, and the former narrower.

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  7. Middle Ages and even into the 17th century that there was a close correspondence between the course of a disease and the phases of the moon and movements of other heavenly bodies, although throughout that time certain writers, as, for instance, the 14th-century Nicole Oresme and the 15th-century Pierre d'Ailly, had made fun of astrologyand had ...

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