Definition of Mediaeval. Meaning of Mediaeval. Synonyms of Mediaeval

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Definition of Mediaeval

Mediaeval
Mediaeval Me`di*[ae]"val, a. [L. medius middle + aevum age. See Middle, and Age.] Of or relating to the Middle Ages; as, medi[ae]val architecture. [Written also medieval.]

Meaning of Mediaeval from wikipedia

- recorded in 1625. The alternative term "medieval" (or occasionally "mediaeval" or "mediæval") derives from medium aevum. Tripartite periodisation became standard...
- The Mediæval Bæbes are a British musical ensemble founded in 1996 by Dorothy Carter and Katharine Blake. It included some of Blake's colleagues from the...
- (1994). "Extreme and persistent drought in California and Patagonia during mediaeval time". Nature. 369 (6481): 546. Bibcode:1994Natur.369..546S. doi:10.1038/369546a0...
- Trio Mediæval is a vocal trio established in Oslo in 1997, recording albums for the ECM label, and touring frequently in Europe and the United States....
- Early Middle Ages The Early Middle Ages or Early Medieval Period, sometimes referred to as the Dark Ages, are typically regarded as lasting from the 5th...
- Meyer (1980). Selected Papers, volume 3, Late Antique, Early Catholic and Mediaeval Art. London: Chatto & Windus. ISBN 978-0-7011-2514-1. Sawyer, Peter (2013)...
- allegiance. The speech contains the first record of her adoption of the mediaeval political theology of the sovereign's "two bodies": the body natural and...
- Trump Mediaeval (also German Trump Mediäval) is an old-style serif typeface designed by Georg Trump. It was released in 1954 both by the C. E. Weber foundry...
- and writers used their own spelling and grammar. Some authors of French mediaeval texts are unknown, such as Tristan and Iseult and Lancelot-Grail. Other...
- national anthem Bahraynunā ("our Bahrain") or the demonym Bahraynī. The mediaeval grammarian al-Jawahari commented on this saying that the more formally...
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