1. Middle Ages Regents Review


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    • Sir Bjorn & Mistress Hilarie : Sharing Chivalry


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      It is one thing to be passionate about something; it is another to go out of your way to share it with as many people as possible. James & Hilarie Cornwell from Chico, CA, are passionate alright. A lifelong dedication to the study and practice of Medieval arts, culture and fighting has put them in the somewhat unique position of being able to educate and generate enthusiasm for this fascinating and often misunderstood time in history. Among other things, for over a quarter of a century now, Sir Bjorn and Mistress Hilarie, as they are known in “Society For Creative Anachronism” circles, have been going to local schools to give lively presentations about the European Middle Ages, totally free of charge and to the delight of many history teachers and their students. They’ve mentored many young people as well, offering them the gift of Chivalry as a unique tool of character-building. {2253 Humboldt Rd, Chico, CA 95928}

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      • Street Chic Capsule Collection 2014 _Fashion Show


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        "Welcome to the new middle ages" Fashion show. Street Chic Capsule Collection 2014 by Batna feat. Paolo Gambertoglio, Texile Designer. At Bunker -Turin, 2014.03.06 A fashion show signed by Choreography: Francesca Cola Jewelry: Martina Pron Sound Design: Lacroix Light Design: Dimitrije Roggero Special Effect: FabLab, ITS, Officine Arduino Hairstyle: Ale Parrucco and Pablo Capello Make up: Francesca Digiorgio Video filmed and edited by Hopephoto. www.hopephoto.it https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hopephotoit/355425281241328

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        • Lene Tranberg: The building is a landscape


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          Award winning architect Lene Tranberg takes us to the heart of Copenhagen, Stræderne. Funnily, it is here - in one of the oldest neighbourhoods of the Danish capital - that her idea of modern architecture was formed. Watch the young and beautiful mixing with the old and worn, enjoying their lives, relaxing with friends in the sun, and going on their way. It's all about a combination of connectivity and privacy, says Lene Tranberg: “You will find all these layers of information about crafts and caring. In a way it is a social architectural program for caring about people.” It is an urban landscape, a typography, where you can be an individual even though you are related, she explains Lene Tranberg (b.1956) is the head architect and co-founder of Lundgaard & Tranberg. The firm gained prominence after the turn of the millennium with a number of high-profile buildings in Copenhagen, including most notably the Tietgenkollegiet student residences and the Royal Danish Playhouse. In parallel with her career as a practising architect, Tranberg began teaching at the Royal Academy of Architecture in 1986 and was employed there as a lector from 1989 to 1998. She has also held numerous positions in the world of Danish architecture, including CEO of the Danish Architecture Centre from 1998 to 2002. Lene Tranberg was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner Filmed by Mathias Nyholm Edited by Kamilla Bruus Produced by Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2014. Supported by Nordea-fonden

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          • Middle Ages (Educational Parody of Hall of Fame by The Script)


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            Yet another educational parody for my middle school Social Studies class. This one is based on The Script's Hall of Fame. Apologies to the Script for once again for butchering the high notes. But parodies usually beget bad singing! Enjoy as best as you can. This is for educational purposes only. If you like the song, buy it on iTunes or your favorite download site. Props also to the History Channel, Discovery Ed & the BBC for footage.

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            • Louvre Abu Dhabi: Talking Art Series I: Precious Arts in the Christian Middle Ages: 2012


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              Precious Arts in the Christian Middle Ages 25 January 2012 Dr Hassan Naboodah Dean, UAE University Libraries Elisabeth Taburet-Delahaye Director of the Musée de Cluny Olivier Gabet Deputy Curatorial Director, Agence France-Muséums

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              • Shepherds & Kings: A Look at the Papacy


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                (Music used available for purchase here: http://www.amazon.com/Cantiones-sacrae-II-Exsurge-Domine/dp/B00B9E18Y8) There is to be one Shepherd here. It was first King David (Ezekiel 34:23), then Jesus (John 10:11), and now is the Pope (John 21:17). This role is tied to the role of King. As David was King (2 Samuel 5:12) and Christ is King (Matthew 27:11), so the Pope is (as the Vicar of Christ) "father of princes and kings". Historically, the Pope has been the unifier of everyone: emperors, artists, the religious, and so on. Whenever emperors would abandon the Faith, they would be publicly corrected. Whenever artists sought to honor Christ, they would be promoted. And whenever Christians in the East would fall into heresy, the Pope would be the one to bring them in line, as Russian Orthodox theologian Vladimir Solovyov noted. The Pope has a temporal role. Only the Pope can thoroughly ensure the recognization of Christ as King in society. Pope Gelasius I wrote to Emperor Anastasius, "There are two powers, august Emperor, by which this world is chiefly ruled, namely, the sacred authority of the priests and the royal power. Of these that of the priests is the more weighty, since they have to render an account for even the kings of men in the divine judgment." On the correction of earthly monarchs, I often think of the Walk to Canossa, the journey of penance taken by Henry IV, of the Holy Roman Empire, in reparation for his grave sins against the Pope. This was done only out of selfishness on Henry's part, of course, but still, under the right societal conditions, people can be motivated to repent. I also think of Emperor Theodosius, who only repented after forceful rebukes by St. Ambrose. Should we not incentivize such righteous actions in our own societies? Of course, we should! Much temporal good has come from our Holy Mother Church, the Mater et Magistra ("mother and teacher"). In the Middle Ages, for example, during which the power of the Church was at its highest, literacy rates increased, art flourished, the university system developed, laws were better-codified, and the Bible became more accessible to lay people. This was all due to popes leading as shepherds and flocks following like sheep. The laypeople of the period, I think, had a greater appreciation for hierarchy and understood that, if left to its own devices, society would collapse. Remember that God had to come down to His people; His people did not go up to Him. Society, today, unfortunately, detests anything other than near-absolute egalitarianism. Now, imagine for a moment, a Papacy unhindered by societal pressures, free to guide its flock to the fullest, and empowered to pave a beautiful kingdom for Christ's return! Shepherds like Pope Alexander VI understood and promoted this possibility. Unfortunately, because of the rise of democracy and secularism, the temporal honors historically afforded to popes have dwindled. Now, an Alexander would be almost universally despised, and for no reason! The Pope, the Vicar of Christ, the Visible Shepherd, the Father of princes and kings, the pinnacle of civilization -- he needs us. Pray for him and forever support him in every way possible. And pray that the Church may be empowered to pave the way for Her King. "[W]hat is certain is that the ruins and traces of the Holy Empire are all about us. An understanding of its history and continuing influence is key to understanding the practical implications of the Social Kingship of Christ — which idea, in so many ways, is the ideal successive Emperors and their loyal subjects sought to follow on Earth, and without which, as Pius XI teach[es] in Quas primas, real peace is impossible." -- Charles A. Coulombe

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                • Sirena performs Petrone from 14th century


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                  Sirena is a swedish/danish recorder quartet, established in 1993. We make performances with both playing the recorders and using choreography. In Petrone we are happy to collaborate with Tira Skamby on percussion. This video is recorded in the hall of Palladium, Malmö, Sweden.

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                  • Être prêtre et aimer une femme


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                    Название: Être prêtre et aimer une femme Автор: Margarido aka Margaux Пейринг/Персонажи: безымянный монах/"ведьма", монахи в количестве Категория: гет, джен Жанр: драма, ангст Рейтинг: PG-13 Исходники: Être prêtre et aimer une femme (Notre-Dame de Paris); Haxan (Дания, Швеция, 1922) Продолжительность и вес: 3:38 мин, 46.6 МБ Примечание: клип был сделан в рамках ФБ-2013, fandom Middle Ages 2013 Размещение: с указанием на первоисточник

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                    • Средневековые бабки-ёжки


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                      Название: Средневековые бабки-ёжки Автор: Margarido aka Margaux Пейринг/Персонажи: ведьмочки, монахи, бесы Категория: джен, гет Жанр: юмор Рейтинг: PG Исходники: Частушки бабок-ёжек; Haxan (Дания, Швеция, 1922) Продолжительность и вес: 1:16 мин, 16 МБ Примечание: клип был сделан в рамках ФБ-2013, fandom Middle Ages 2013 Размещение: с указанием на первоисточник

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