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4/22/08 1 HIS 66 Amazons, Queens, Saints and Witches: Medieval and Early Modern Women Introduction Europe 1100 Europe 1200 Europe 1300 Europe 1400 Europe 1500
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2 Europe Today Traditional Division of Medieval European History • Early Middle Ages (6th–10th centuries) • High or Central Middle Ages (11th-13th centuries) • Late Middle Ages (14th–15th centuries) Traditional Division of European History Prehistory Antiquity Late Antiquity Middle Ages (Early, High/Central and Late Middle Ages) Early Modern (Renaissance and Baroque) Modern ( Enlightenment and 19th century) Our own time (20th and 21th centuries) Other Periodizations Dietrich Gerhard, Old Europe: A Study of Continuity, 1000-1800 Gerhard divides the History of Europe in two periods: Old Europe (11th to 18th centuries) Modern Europe (Enlightenment, French and Industrial Revolutions) Other Periodizations Joan Kelly, Did women have a Renaissance? The Ideal Medieval Society
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course HIST 66 taught by Professor Silleras during the Spring '08 term at UCSC.

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