The dark ages or medieval times
another word is the medieval times
The Middle Ages.
Medieval times, the Renaissance.
The Middle Ages were also called the Age of Faith.
the middle ages name cums from the phrase middle is the centre and the ages part cums from the ages ago phrase ha ha
What's another name for medieval period
Crusades is the name for the holy wars during the Middle Ages.
The Church of England did not exist during the Middle Ages. It was formed after the Dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII at the beginning of the modern era.
The Middle Ages got it's name because it was in the middle of the other past ages. Yes, I know it's common sence but it's in fact, true.
A baldachino is another name for a baldacchin, a rich, embroidered brocade used for clothing in the Middle Ages.
The group known as the northmen during the middle ages was the Vikings. They got this title because they primarily lived in Scandinavia. Another name for them was the Norsemen.
The Middle Ages are also called medieval times. They are also called the Age of Faith. The meaning of the term Middle Ages varies, as in some places it is considered to be the time from 476, or so, to 1453. In other places, the Middle Ages are taken to mean the time from 1000 or 1066 to about 1400 or 1453, and the earlier time is called the Dark Ages.
Though the Middle Ages have many names, the most common names are Medieval (sometimes spelt Mediaeval) and simply the Middle ages.
No. Londinium was the Roman name but by the Middle Ages it was called London.
Mason is a name
The medieval period is also called the Middle Ages, and some still call it the Dark Ages, thought that terms is out of favor with historians
It was given the name middle ages because it was the years between prehistoric times and modern times.