Dark Ages Historical Facts about the Plague, the Inquisition, and the Knights from the Middle Ages [Audiobook]

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English | ISBN: 9798368952628 | 2023 | 8 hours and 20 minutes | M4B@64 kbps | 241 MB
Author: Kelly Mass
Narrator: Chris Newman

This book contains the following titles: Crusaders – The Crusaders is one of those dark chapters in history that we would rather forget, especially religious people. In name of the church, or other religions, like the Muslim faith, people killed, destroyed, looted, and burned cities to the ground. Middle Ages – In the history of Europe, the Middle Ages or middle ages time period lasted around from the 5th to the late 15th centuries, likewise to the Post-classical period of worldwide history. William Shakespeare – William Shakespeare is the celebrated script writer of the most popular plays in the English language. By writing both tragedies, romances, and comedies in the 16th century, he made a name for himself and became successful in the art of drama. Black Death – Here we have it: We may be looking at the years 2020-2021 and think a certain virus has been bad for the world population.

However, what happened in these two years is nothing, proportionally, to the hundreds of millions of people who got wiped out by rat infestations. Anglo-Saxons – In the Early Middle Ages, the Anglo-Saxons were a cultural group that resided in England. They traced their roots back to the arrival of incomers to Britain in the fifth century, who originated from the North Sea coastlands of continental Europe. Viking History – We all have a typical image of Vikings, from the horns on their helmets to the beards and the clothes they wear. Their ships have a certain charm, and their reputation is that they were brutal, raw, and believed in multiple gods. Inquisition – Perhaps you have heard of the horrible stories of the Spanish, Portuguese, or French inquisition, the Catholic body of persecutors who would arrest the supposed "heathens" and accuse them of witchcraft, heresies, blasphemy, adultery, and a whole list of other sins or crimes.

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