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World Events, Bias, and Religious Prejudice

In seven pages this paper discusses such global events as sect to established religion transition, Medieval Christianity and Europ...

Medieval Marriage and Women's Roles in 'The Clerk's Tale' by Geoffrey Chaucer

In eight pages this character analysis of Griselda in 'The Clerk's Tale' by Geoffrey Chaucer discusses how she reflects Medieval p...

'The Wife of Bath's Tale' and Differences in Concepts of What Medieval Women Truly Want

In six pages Geoffrey Chaucer's classic tale is examined from the differing perspectives regarding what Medieval women truly wante...

Beowulf and Insights on Characterizations

In five pages this paper discusses the insights contained within the Medieval epic in terms of Grendel's death, his mother's react...

Overview of Medieval Fashion

In seven pages this research paper examines Medieval attire and what is revealed about the time in terms of culture, politics, and...

Women's Role and the Concept of Marriage

In eight pages this paper examines writings of St. Jerome, St. Augustine, and others in a consideration of the marriage concept an...

Medieval Literature's Portrayal of Honor and Dishonor

In seven pages this paper examines how Medieval literature thematically portrayed honor and dishonor in a comparative analysiis of...

Medieval Society and the Occult

on the church affected social considerations and they merely had the appearance of emanating from the church itself. Additionally,...

A Fictiona Medievall Story

In five pages a narrative of a sixteen year old aristocrat during medieval times is developed and the use of historical fact in th...

Roots and Styles of Romanesque Art

In eight pages this paper makes reference to Medieval Art by Marilyn Stokstad in a consideration of Romanesque art's roots and var...

Late Medieval Literature and Art and Human Body Rediscovery

his right hand in blessing toward the Virgin, who raises both palms in what is obviously intended to be surprise. The overall ef...

Medieval China and Disease's 'Positive' Impacts

In six pages this research paper discusses how the population of medieval China actually benefited from disease in this considerat...

Japanese History in The Pillow Book by Sie Shonagon

In fourteen pages this research paper examines this revealing look at the medieval history of Japan written by an Imperial Court's...

Judaism During the Middle Ages

stereotype) of Jews throughout history reveals that while the Jewish people inhabit all socioeconomic levels, they tend to be succ...

Story of Daniel and Medieval Liturgical Drama

In ten pages this paper examines Medieval liturgical drama and its religious uses as reflected in the Story of Daniel. Seven sour...

Medieval Civilization and Christianity

In six pages Dante's 'Divine Comedy,' 'Beowulf,' 'Song of Roland,' and Augustine's 'Confessions' are examined in terms of gaining ...

Italian Renaissance and Humanism

In five pages the Italian Renaissance is examined in a consideration of how humanism affected Medieval thinking, religion, and soc...

Judaizers and Khazars

Wilson (1992), the existence of Judaizers or "those that entice Christian Gentiles to the Judaist religion" was problematic in ear...

Fictitious Description of the Black Plague

In five pages this paper presents a fictitious portrayal of a dying artisan during the Medieval Black Plague era. Four sources ar...

Mythology and Women

represent the important roles of women. The contrast between mythological women and mythological men represents the complexity of...

Coins of the Medieval Period

This research paper consists of eight pages and examines monetary coinage of the Medieval era in a consideration of its impact and...

Feudalism of Medieval England

In six pages this research paper discusses English feudalism in a consideration of Medieval war, women's status, and feudal system...

Monasticism of the Middle Ages

In three pages this essay examines St. Benedictine's Monte Cassino in a consideration of Medieval monasteries and the standard thi...

Vows and Medieval French Monks

In six pages this paper examines whether or not the Medieval monks of France honored their vows of silence, obedience, poverty, an...

Medieval Period and Work

This paper compares how work influenced centers and towns during the Medieval period in a comparison with modern society also incl...

'Beowulf' and King Hrothgar's Character

In three pages this essay analyzes the Medieval epic and argues that the most human character is Hrothgar. There is no bibliograp...

'Beowulf' and Family Ties

In five pages the bonds of kinship and family as represented in this classic Medieval poem are discussed. One source is cited in ...

King Lear, Beowulf, the Concepts of Kingship and Hero's Downfall

In five pages these literary characters are contrasted and compared in terms of their deaths with the concept of kingship and what...

Christian Virtue, a Pagan Villain, and 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight'

In ten pages this paper discusses how Christian virtue is reinforced through the pagan villain in this Medieval epic. Two sources...

Concepts of Honor and Virtue in Literary Works 'Henry IV Part I,' 'The Canterbury Tales,' and 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight'

In five pages virtue and honor are examined in a comparative analysis of these three classics of Medieval and English literature. ...