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The Fall of the Western Roman Empire The fall of the Western Roman Empire is to be considered as the beginning of the Middle Ages.
The Black Death Starts The Black Death or the Black Plague proved to be the most threatening epidemic of the European Middle Ages that significantly weakened the feudal system and the Church.
The Black Death Ends Huge masses of people were untimely dead because of this plague and it's significantly reduced the economic and political power of the kingdoms of Europe.
The Crusades The Crusades were a series of religious wars between Christians and Muslims, this started primarily to secure control of holy sites considered sacred by both groups. In all, eight major Crusade expeditions occurred between 1096
The end of The Middle Ages
Fashion Trend Fine silks, satins, damasks, brocades, and velvets were imported from the Far East
Fashion Trend Crusaders influenced fashions by their contact with the Eastern world and more luxurious fabrics. Clothes became more colourful by the use of expensive dyes. Turbans and silks from the East were imported
Music Time of liturgical musical drama unfolds throughout Europe. Also, the music of the troubadour and trouvère, a vernacular tradition of monophonic. Secular song is accompanied by instruments and singers.
Sport One early form of football, first described in a London, was a combination of football and rugby and involved carrying the ball into the goal.
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