The mediaeval Age The Gothic Age Introduction The Gothic Age As the third year that followed the year on thousand grew near, there was to be seen over almost altogether the earth, but especially in Italy and in Gaul, a enormous renewal of church buildings; each Christian community was control by a spirit of rivalry to have a more glorious church than the others. It was as if the world had shaken itself, and casting off its old garments, had dressed itself again in every part in a white garment of churches. Raoul Glaber, Historia, c.1003 The Gothic Age (c.
AD 1130-1530) marked the end to an years of chaos, primarily caused by the sacking and pillaging of the Vikings. After the huge minds of Western Europe were freed from using their vast knowledge to endure against invaders or plagues, they now had the time and the resources needed to design all and everything in this era from bridges to city walls and castles to cathedrals. This was also a very religious age, wit...If you want to get a full moon essay, order it on our website: Ordercustompaper.com
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