medieval ages vs middle ages : Common Errors in English

About medieval ages vs middle ages

The “eval” of “Medieval” means “age” so by saying “Medieval Ages” you are saying “Middle Ages Ages.” Medievalists also greatly resent the common misspelling “Midevil.”

middle ages Meaning(s)

  • (n) the period of history between classical antiquity and the Italian Renaissance

medieval ages in News

  1. Historic Lendal Tower Home In The United Kingdom Will Bring You Back To Medieval Times (PHOTOS)

    Located in the United Kingdom, the structure was originally built to protect the city's river entrance in the Medieval Ages. The 2,535-square-foot space is now a stunning palace complete with two reception rooms, three bedrooms and three baths. It also has a sitting room and rooftop terrace.
    on June 15, 2013 Source: The Huffington Post

  2. Long Hill's Central School unveils new stained glass creation

    LONG HILL TWP. – For a project meant to teach about the Medieval Ages, it’s no surprise that blood was spilled.
    on June 14, 2013 Source: Echoes-Sentinel

middle ages in News

  1. Scientists Go Medieval To Solve Ancient Leprosy Puzzle

    Look through a series of 15th century woodcuts, and you'll find that the leper is as much an icon of medieval art as the crown or the cross. Leprosy was so common in Europe during the Middle Ages that it's estimated 1 in 30 people was infected with the bacteria. But by the turn of the 16th...
    on June 14, 2013 Source: Georgia Public Broadcasting

  2. Leprosy remarkably unchanged from medieval times

    Tanya LewisLiveScienceLeprosy is much less common today than it was during the Middle Ages, but the bacterium that causes this debilitating disease has hardly changed since then, a new study finds. Researchers sequenced the surprisingly well-preserved genome of the leprosy bacterium in skeletons exhumed from medieval graves in Europe. It's the first time an ancient genome has been sequenced ...
    on June 14, 2013 Source: NBC NEWS

  3. Discover an Apprenticeship That's Right for You

    Apprenticeships have been around since the Middle Ages, training individuals in a specific skill set and setting them up to have successful careers in the trades. They are as common today as they were hundreds of years ago -- but today's apprenticeships are a bit more formal.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: U.S.News & World Report LP via Yahoo! News

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