What started with a b in the Medieval time?
Bards were musicians who sang about the deeds of people.
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The medieval times also known as the middle ages started in 476 as a result of the fall of the western Roman Empire. 410 AD with the fall of the Roman empire. 476 AD might …be the best date to use. There are different views on this. Nearly all historians use dates ranging from 400 AD to 500 AD. These two are convenient dates for the beginning, that are picked as approximation. Some historians use the date 395, which was the date of the last division of the Roman Empire. Some use 410, which was a date the city or Rome was sacked for the first time in 800 years. It was also sacked in 455. Most use 476, which is the date the last Emperor of the West Roman Empire abdicated in favor of the Emperor of the East Roman Emperor, but it is referred to as the date of the "fall of Rome." This is a doubly convenient date because the East Roman Empire lasted nearly another thousand years, and finally fell in 1453, a date used commonly for the end of the Middle Ages. Current Historians refer to it as the Byzantine Empire during this time, but I have no doubt the people of that time would have been puzzled by the name. But the important thing is that the middle ages began with the collapse of the authority of the government of the West Roman Empire. And the problem is that this was a long, drawn out process that began about 235 AD and was still underway in about 550 AD. An alternate view There are places where the term Middle Ages has historically been used to name the time between the Dark Ages (also called Early Middle Ages) and the Renaissance, and that usage continues. I was raised with the idea that the Dark Ages ran from 476 to 1000, and the Middle Ages were from 1000 to 1453. The immediately above reflects the newer usage I learned later, when I was in college in the 1960s. More As to when the Middle Ages began in some particular place, such as Rome, or Cardiff, or Scotland, the Middle Ages are thought of as being more a range of dates in European history, rather than a set of conditions. So the date for the beginning of the Middle Ages applies to the whole of Europe; it is just a convenient date for purposes of studying history, and not a date when everything changed from one situation to another. We can talk of the Middle Ages as beginning with the fall of the Roman Empire, and say the Byzantine Empire was medieval. But the Byzantine Empire was legally the same as the East Roman Empire; its laws were changed over time but it did not finally fall until 1453, a date conveniently used for the end of the Middle Ages. On the other hand, for such things as the Japanese Middle Ages or the Aztec Middle Ages, the dates are entirely different as they apply to times in those cultures when they had some specific similarity to the European Middle Ages. There is a link below. The Medieal era started with the Norman Conquest in 1066
Historians generally have the Middle Ages start in 476 AD with what is called the fall of Rome. This is a date of convenience, especially since Rome did not fall in 476. What …happened that year was the abdication of the last emperor of the Western Roman Empire, a six year old boy named Romulus. An application was made to the Roman Emperor of the East to take over the whole Roman Empire and reunite it. There are other dates proposed. One is the date of the accession of Justin I as emperor of the East Roman Empire in 518 AD. And another is 410, when Rome was sacked for the first time in centuries. Another view is that the Middle Ages started in 1000 AD, with the period of 476 to 1000 being the Dark Ages; this view is falling out of favor because it is based on misconceptions about the nature of the time. In fact, if you look up "Dark Ages" in Wikipedia, you find an article about the usage of the term, not the time period. If I could change the way things are labeled, I would probably date the Middle ages from the establishment of Christianity as a state religion in 380 AD, because the nature of the Middle Ages reflected, more than anything else, the influence of the Church.
The Moorish conquest of Spain began in 710.
The Middle Ages started around 476 A.D..
Answers may differ as opinions differ, but many regard the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 as the start, and the fall of the Eastern Roman Empire in 1453 as the end.
nothing it happened occasionally
Although medieval times do not have an exact start and end point you can at least pick out the centuries they began and ended. Somewhere in the 5th century kicked off the midd…le ages and it lasted until the 15th century... that's 1000 years! Some historians mark 1492 and the discovery of the Americas as the end of the medieval era.
Italy when the barbarians over ran Rome in 410 AD and then into the rest of Europe as Rome lost control.
No, well before that in 410 with the fall of Rome.
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