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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Its history and heritage are inextricably linked with the merchants and industrialists who dominated the country's wool and coal trades, the latter fuelling the Industrial Revolution and, in the early postmedieval period, making Newcastle the third most important town in England after London and Bristol.
A dig on Bayley Lane in 1988-89 revealed extensive medieval and postmedieval cellars and stone-lined pits, lying within a ditch thought to belong to an earlier castle bailey.
famous house, from the original Postmedieval two-and-one-half-story,
Postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies, 2 (2011) pp.
(22) Natania Meeker and Antonia Szabari, "Libertine Botany: Vegetal Sexualities, Vegetal Forms," postmedieval 9.4 (2018): 479n2.
Parishes in the medieval and postmedieval periods could adapt burial practices during periods of elevated mortality.
The artefacts we have recovered from the surface of the path and beneath it include porcelain, clay pipe and building materials which date to the postmedieval period.
El imaginario postmedieval o prerrenascentista, sintesis de esta mezcla cultural de tradicion secular, resultaria fundamental en la colonizacion de America--como muestran los testimonios de las Cronicas de Indias--(MIRANDA POZA, 2011), sobre todo si tenemos en cuenta las representaciones en los ejes caracterizadores de la mimesis: realidad, ficcion, fantasia (CORDIVIOLA, 2003; 2005; 2009).
west "The burial ground probably started in use Jennifer during the medieval period and continued into the postmedieval period."
(9) All but two of the trefoils are medieval; on folio 54v two trefoils are added in a later hand, that is, the hand of postmedieval annotator 1 (see below).
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