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It is the second smallest continent, forming the Western extension of Eurasia.

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No, but people truly thought they were. Any reading of medieval sources shows us that Medieval folk truly believed that their society was structured by God. They weren't completely naive and knew th …
answered Aug 24 '17 by pokep
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high a station as possible. The heir would would be granted as many titles as possible. In most societies, and particularly in Europe, the clergy would further reinforce the inheritance in every way … possible, including general condemnations of bastardy. There were other proscriptions besides the one against bastardy. In Europe in general, monks and priests were barred from the throne, so one …
answered Apr 21 '17 by pokep
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Well, it isn't exactly true that medieval scholars understood the world to be round. They were much, much more subtle in their thinking that that. You see, it was quite clear that the world couldn't …
answered May 17 '18 by pokep
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, the haphazard civil court systems of Europe would be deeply influenced by the much more sophisticated inquisitions. Standards for how courts were run, transcripts kept, appeals heard, and testimony …
answered Apr 10 '18 by pokep