postmedieval

postmedieval

(ˌpəʊstˌmɛdɪˈiːvəl)
adj
(Historical Terms) occurring or existing after the Middle Ages, of or related to the period after the Middle Ages
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west "The burial ground probably started in use Jennifer during the medieval period and continued into the postmedieval period.
Impact of industrialization: Comparative study of child health in four sites from medieval and postmedieval England (A.
On the Mongols and the apocalypse in the western European Christian imagination see also Noreen Giffney, "Monstrous Mongols," postmedieval 3.
Un ejemplo valdria para demostrar la eficacia de estas (inconscientes) politicas de encubrimiento y confusion: la ausencia de material postmedieval en los museos arqueologicos.
Glamorgan and Gwent Archaeological Trust The group says there should be a survey and that in case there are "below ground remains associated with postmedieval buildings or indeed the possibility of medieval remains associated with the Dobbin Pits farmstead, an archaeological watching brief should be conducted".
Lewis argued that postmedieval culture, culminating in the radicalism of the early twentieth century, was an anomaly within the larger Christian civilization of the West and, indeed, within human civilization generally, within which faith, order, and moral law are normative.
Even the location of the possible chamber block where Henry VII was born is unknown because of postmedieval destruction.
The public launch event tomorrow will include presentations about prehistoric, Roman and early medieval archaeology, medieval and postmedieval buildings and recent archaeological work conducted at Lindisfarne Castle.
Avec notre regard tourne vers ce ciel virtuel, ce sont les emprunts transmediatiques des jeux video qui se manifestent, entre autres, par l'imagerie du labyrinthe avec Donkey Mong de Nintendo, les quetes post-apocalyptiques de Fallout, en passant par la masculinite militarisee, l'imaginaire tolkienien ou postmedieval.
Victoria Gallery and Museum, Victoria Gallery and Museum, 0151 794 2348, - to Sun 16 Aug, Free Entry Faces from the past There is a tradition of stone heads from the Iron Age (from 700BC onwards) to the postmedieval period.
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