The Middle Ages

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The Middle Ages were a multifaceted period from which evolved the roots of modern civilization. Middle Ages were dark and desperate time in the European history, however it was a time of development. One of the most astonishing development was feudal age; despite the historians argument of feudal age being an held back, it was an opening to the creation of the states. As the states formed, the authorities of the single ruler were distributed amongst to the feudal lords. The settlement in the manor and the towns increased the agricultural production. Growth in the agricultur not only impacted the rural society, also the increased the urban population ratio. Settlement of town and stable society led to development of main component of modern …show more content…
During the religious movment, the printing press was invented, and the many of the literatures were translated to vernacular language from Latin. The church was the center and the life in the Middle Ages. The art of architecture progressed through the formation of the temple and the church through out the history.

2. The underlineing tone of this article “Preclude to the Modern World” is about the value of the “Dark Age”. The article claims that the Middle Age, one of the most lifeless and debastating period in the history is in facct one of the most fruitfull period. The articel points out the turning points in the history that flowrished the culture of today. Growth of rural and urban population ratio, revival of college, groth of agricultural production, and the literature in vernacular languages posterated the cultural growth.

3. Religion is the single-most importatn aspect of the Middle Ages. There are diversed components in the Middle Ages are creditable to the creatiion of the modern society, but the religion was the main motivation for the most of the inventions and the changes.The religion and the church bonded the medival society in unity. The literature was started by the translation of bible in to vernacular language; literature was spread through the printing press which was invented for