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What time period was the middle ages?

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Early Middle Ages 400 - 700, High Middle Ages 700 - 1300, Late Middle Ages 1300 -1500.

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Before the middle ages was Anquity (Greeks and Romans) and after the middle ages was the Renissance


No, the Renaissance was AFTER the middle or "dark" ages.


The middle ages is called the middle ages because its in the middle of two different time periods, or periods of time, in which things were a certain way for a that period of time.



The middle ages wasn't on a continent!! The middle ages was a time period, not an event. : P


The Mediaeval period is reckoned from the fifth to the fifteenth century. Arthur's time was in the sixth century, at the very beginning of the Middle Ages.


The third period of the Middle Ages was the Late Middle Ages. The first is called the Early Middle Ages or the Dark Age. The second period was the High Middle Ages.


The Middle Ages covers the period from the fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th Century AD, to the Renaissance period in the 16th Century.


The Renaissance time period is right after then it's the early modern time period


The Early Middle Ages was from 500 to 1000 AD. This was a time when Viking raided at will and chaos reined.


they came from the middle ages



I believe that the French term for the Middle Ages is, "Le Moyen Âge."


the high middle ages was in the late medieval time. this was between 11th century and 14th century AD.




No Idea that is what I am trying to figure out


Generally, the Middle Ages are not considered part of the modern period. Historians have long debated whether to include the Renaissance in the modern period. As the date between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance is somewhat nebulous, many historians refer to the period from 1450/1600 as the "Early Modern Period". So no, the Middle Ages did not happen after the modern time period.


the middle ages didnt have a purpose. they were a time period. im not really sure when, but it was the time of knights and lords and ladies and stuff llike that.


King Arthur's setting was in the Dark Ages, or Middle Ages. It was the period of time before the Renaissance. The Renasissance was the period of great new ideas and inventions. However the Middle Ages was a time of loss of technology.


the period know as the middle ages start in the year 1066


The Middle Ages. "Dark Ages" was invented by people living in the later Renaissance period, because they thought that living in a time without the benefit of the knowledge and full appreciation of the art and philosophiy of ancient Rome an Greece meant that you were 'living in the dark'. In reality, there was nothing 'dark' about the middle ages. It was a period full of development and discovery. "Middle" Ages simply indicates that this was the period between Antiquity and Renaissance.


The Middle Ages is not a single year in particular but a period of time spanning from the 5th century to the 16th century.


The time after the Middle Ages is the Modern era. The Renaissance, which is often regarded as the next period after the Middle Ages, seems to be regarded by historians as overlapping with the Middle Ages somewhat. Dates usually for the beginning of the Renaissance usually range from the late 13th century 1401, while dates for the end of the Middle Ages usually range from about 1401 to 1516. There are links below.




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