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Are the Middle Ages same as Medieval Ages?

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Yes. The Middle Ages and the medieval times were the same.

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The middle ages are not called the medieval ages. The word medieval is an adjective that means "related to the middle ages." Sometimes we used "medieval period" as the same as "middle ages."


They were the same thing. Medieval means of the Middle Ages.


Yes, the Middle Ages were the same as the Medieval Era, a period of roughly 476 to 1453 AD.


Yes, the terms medieval times and middle ages are synonyms. basically, yes.


Most people who talk of Roman times are referring to the period of the Roman Empire ending with the fall of the West Roman Empire in the 5th century. This happened before the Middle Ages began. The word medieval means the same as Middle Ages, so the early medieval times are the same as the Early Middle Ages, but that is only part of the Middle Ages.


Middle ages and medieval are the same, just different terms for the same time frame. Yes, the long bow was used.



Medieval is an adjective which describes the period of time known as the middle ages. So by saying something is medieval you are saying that it comes from the middle ages.Examples:That sword is medieval.In medieval times, knights dominated the battlefield.If you want to use medieval as a noun then you have to you the term "middle ages".Examples:That sword is from the middle ages.In the middle ages, knights dominated the battlefield.It doesn't make sense, and also sounds wrong, if you try to use medieval as a noun or middle ages as an adjective.Examples:That sword is from medieval.That sword is middle ages.


The word medieval comes from Latin, medium aevum, which means middle ages.


Medieval is medieval because it is Latin for "the middle ages".


The 'middle ages' is also known as the 'medieval period'.


The Middle Ages and medieval period are usually regarded as the same. The word medieval comes from a Latin term meaning middle ages. Different people have different ideas about when the Middle Ages happened. In the United States, the term is usually regarded as the time from the middle of the 5th century to the middle of the 15th. In the United Kingdom, there are a lot of people who make the Middle Ages the time from the 11th century to the 15th, with the time from the 5th to the 11th called the Dark Ages.



No. The modern period started about 500 years ago, when the Middle Ages, or medieval period, ended.


A medieval fletcher was a arrow maker in the middle ages


A medieval doctor is one who lived in the middle ages.


Yes exactly the same time. Just different name for the same time.


Yes they are the same thing. Just like the Black Death is the same as the Black Plague.


The medieval queens had a big feast for fun in the middle ages .


A person who lived in the Middle Ages is called medieval.


Middle ages things and times are called Medieval.


Medieval came from the Latin, medium (middle) and aevum (age) and refers to the period known as the Middle Ages. Something from the middle ages is medieval. The medieval period in Europe lasted roughly from the 5th to 16th centuries A.D.


The dark ages or medieval times


No, the term medieval refers to the middle ages. One thing to understand, however, is that the Renaissance began before the Middle Ages ended, so there was a time of about a hundred years that were in both.


First of all medieval and middle ages is the same time. Second, no. They had a construction problem and couldn't fix it.



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