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To celebrate Halloween, and while we are in an in between period, I thought it would be fun to discuss some creepy topics from the Renaissance. Today, we will focus on what real humans terrorized the people of the era. *Warning: This article will go over some graphic events and crimes that would be described… Continue reading Renaissance Serial Killers
One of the most important inventions of this period must be the printing press. It allowed the ideas of the time: art, music, and humanism to spread like wildfire. Without this invention, it could be argued that the Renaissance would not have propelled us from the Middle Ages. The thing is, the printing press was… Continue reading The Printing Press & Johannes Gutenberg
The stop for us this century is Navarre. Last century, Navarre fought for its sovereignty from France, and the brutal end to a brutal king (Charles the Bad), alongside the rise of his son Charles III. Charles is remembered in a much better light than his father, mostly because he spent his 38 year reign… Continue reading 15th Century Navarre
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