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Medieval Times by Joanne Mattern
Publication Date: 2012-07-30
Medieval England was a time of great change and uncertainty. Readers will be enthralled as they learn about various aspects of the Middle Ages in England including the feudal system, Hundred Years War, War of the Roses, and the bubonic plague. The detailed images and captivating facts and sidebars work in conjunction with easy-to-read text, glossary, and index to give readers an enjoyable and engaging reading experience that introduces them to such rulers as Henry II, Thomas Beckett, Eleanor of Aquitaine, and Richard the Lion Hearted.
Science and Technology in the Middle Ages by Marcia Groves; Joanna Findon; Joanne Findon
Publication Date: 2004-10-31
Long referred to as the Dark Ages, the Middle Ages was actually a period of great scientific and technological advancement. In agriculture, the inventions of the heavy plow, horseshoes, and harnesses made farming easier. Children will enjoy following the advancements in medicine, military weapons, astronomy, and astrology up until 1500.
Medieval societies by Astbury, Annabel , Cantwell, John , Fedrizzi, Agatha , Mirams, Sarah , Davidson, Maryellen & Hincks, Patricia
Call Number: NFS 909.07 MED
Publication Date: 2007
Living in Medieval Europe
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Artist : Michelangelo
Political figure: Isabella D’Este
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