There were quite a few, see the link below for all of them.
because of me
In the middle ages, there are much stories about knights. You have the stories about King Arthur for example. Also, animals were important in the middle ages. This is only about literature, but I don't know about arts.
Humanist are people who studied grammar poetry literature drama philosophy and history during the middle ages.
During the middle ages the insane were usually outcasts.
There was no literature in the middle ages. It takes a printing press to publish literature and that wasn't invented until 1446 in Germany. People couldn't read or write in the middle ages so no one could read literature, if it had existed. Because there was no "new vernacular literature" it did not reflect a national pride. People also didn't have "nationalism" in the middle ages. They owed an allegiance to a king and the nobility.
poetry from the serfs
During the Middle Ages. But late.
Kingdoms were the form of government during the Middle Ages
No, it is the reverse. The 1200s took place during the Middle Ages. The Middle Ages lasted from about 476 to about 1453 AD.
Who invaded Europe during the middle ages
The scholastic philosophy developed during the middle ages.
Crusades is the name for the holy wars during the Middle Ages.
During the middle ages noble women had no opportunity no learn how to read and write.
what was the most powerful Fource During the Middle ages
wars had the most influence during the Middle Ages in Europe.
During the Middle Ages art was mainly commissioned by The Church.
A Pantler in the middle ages was a Kings servant (during the feasts.)
During the middle ages, heresy trials were called inquisitions.
rebirth of art music and literature
During the Middle Ages, most people were farmers.
Queen Elizabeth I ruled during the Renaissance, after the Middle Ages ended.
Feudalism and feudal monarchies where the primary form of government during the middle ages.
Medieval texts would be either material that was written during the Middle Ages, or material that was transcribed or translated during the Middle Ages. Since there are nearly no original texts left from ancient times, the medieval copies of ancient literature are very important.
The Nobel Prize in Literature 1928 was awarded to Sigrid Undset principially for her powerful descriptions of Northern life during the Middle Ages.