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2.10 Module Project By: Sofia McLaughlin Document A: Dictionary Entry for “The Dark Ages” 1.What time period does The American Cyclopedia use to explain the “Dark Ages”? It was a period of intellectual depression, in the fifth century (400 CE) to the beginning of the fifteenth (1400 CE) corresponding in extent with the Middle Ages. 2.Does “intellectual depression” refer to the people of the “Dark Ages” or historical knowledge of the time? Intellectual Depression refers to the people of the "Dark Ages" because, historians thought they lived without learning or innovation. 3.Does this definition resemble more the original meaning of the “Dark Ages” or the meaning it gained over time? The meaning that it gained over time. Document B: Magna Carta, Excerpt of Primary Source 1.How did religion influence the Magna Carta? Because it was mostly related to God. 2.How did the Magna Carta limit the power of King John?
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