The Abbasid period is often described as the Golden Age of Learning in the history of the Islamic world. Apart from that, much attention should be paid to the spread of philosophical ideas and creation [...]
The biggest problem is that many believed that it cannot be contagious because of religious reasons, and it has led to numerous casualties. However, the issue is that it was not possible to control the [...]
However, the Christian armies were unable to hold on to the captured land and at the end; the Holy Land remained in the hands of the Muslims.
Although the Europeans started the First Crusade in order to respond to the religious goal of freeing the Holy Land from the Muslims, the actions of the crusaders were also influenced by the economic and [...]
The attrition between Ghayir-Khan and Chingiz-Khan during the conquest of the Bokhara Empire significantly brought a new Mongolia nation into existence.
This essay discusses the life of Charlemagne based on his military conquest, association with the church, and the reforms instituted in his administration.
Although the church was the dominant force that supported political and religious leaders, there were several efforts to change this system in the 12th century.
The information about the spoiling and mistreatment of pilgrims angered the crowd and hence they were ready to take whatever action the Pope told them would be necessary to take back the Holy land.
This forth stage is the one that determines the survival of the state, as the society is already discontented with the rule, hence disintegration of the state.
It was in the monasteries and cathedrals of the west that the Roman way of life was adopted to the point of being preserved.
This article explores the property rights of the Europeans in the aftermath of the Black Death. In this article, Zapotoczny focuses on the effects of the Black Death.
Silk road supported the economy of the whole empire and was important in the transportation of porcelain, silk and tea to the outside world.
The emergence of trade routes marked a major development in the history of humankind. Evidently, the major trade routes of the post-classical world helped in the emergence and establishment of an empire.
According to Brad, It is important for the state to have these rights as stipulated by the international law for the well being of its citizens and to promote peaceful interactions.
The crusades started in the year 1095 with the appeal of Pope Urban II to the European Christians and ended in the year 1291 with the downfall of Acre.
Similarities between the textile and mining/ metallurgy industries of medieval Europe The first most outstanding similarity in the economic significance of the textile and the mining industries of medieval Europe is that both industries provided [...]
Such claims make the name of the pandemic a moot point because another group of historians dispute the idea that the name originated from the discoloration of the victims' skins, but it is instead a [...]
The audiences were also impressed by Bede's demonstration of the harmony in England despite the Kingdoms that existed during the time of the penning of the text.
The rich in the society managed to flee from the country, and as a result, the poor were the ones who were left vulnerable to the disease.
In addition to the spread of the gospel, the crusades were also organized as a strategy for the Christians and the leaders to exemplify their wealth and religious zeal.
The author has found the materials and data that can contradict the knowledge that the Europeans and, in fact, the Asians as well have got so far about the Medieval people of Palestine and their [...]
At Fez, he continued to win the hearts of many through his knowledge and doctrines of the Ash'anya school. For instance, he was exiled from the city of Fez, after the fuqaba heard his theology, [...]
Historians have always been interested in discovering the motive behind the action of the monarchs to start inquisition in Spain at a time when elsewhere in Europe it was declining. What was the role of [...]
Hence, the remnants of the great Roman Empire had been preserved in the philosophical, scientific, and artistic achievements representing the major cultural sources influencing the reformation of the European society in the Middle Ages.
The Conquest of Toledo took place in 1085 and played a major role in the history of Medieval Spain as it led to the change of power from Muslim to Christian rule.
In understanding these tributes and Jizya, it is important to underscore the fact that this section of Iberian is vital in establishing the Jewish life history in Al-Andalus from between the 10th and 12th century.
In attempting to digest how the city of London looked like during the Roman age, extant literature demonstrate that the "...trail trenches dug in 1985 revealed distinct evidence of timber-built workshops and houses built in [...]
Therefore, to German, the fall of the Roman Empire is significant for some of the aspects of feudalism are still present in German societies.
The church was thus an inseparable part of the medieval times, and anyone researching the history of the middle ages, must come across the role played by the church during this time.
The paper will look into the events of the crusades, the Arab view of the crusades, their response to the crusades as well as their reaction to the west after the crusades.
An obvious social impact of the plague is the fact that the Black Death led to a significant reduction in the human population of the affected areas.
Manorialism on the other hand refers to an important component of feudal community which entailed the principles used in organizing economy in the rural that was born in the medieval villa system.
One of the major reasons that led to the fall of the Roman Empire was the decline in morals particularly among the emperors, nobles as well as the upper rich classes.
Undoubtedly, the ideals of chivalry played a major role in the huge success that the First Crusade achieved. This paper set out to argue that the First Crusade represented the perfection of the chivalric ideal.
One of the relatives of the founding knights, Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, managed to convince the Pope about its activities and the Church endorsed it in 1129.
Therefore, the essence of this research paper is to investigate the role of Catholic Church during the Black Death, specifically paying attention to the steps the church used to prevent the disease, the Flagellants and [...]
Lacey and Danziger described the lifestyles of the Anglo Saxons in the format of the Julius Work Calendar by having twelve chapters in the book related to the twelve labor months.
Northern Greece was also invaded Dorians and this led to the collapse of the famous arts culture and playwrights that had charmed the world.