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World History: Ancient & Medieval Eras This link opens in a new window
comprehensive survey of early human history around the world, from prehistoric times to the beginnings of the Renaissance. Reference content is organized by both place and time and includes narrative historical accounts; profiles of city-states, countries, and regions of the ancient world; and detailed overviews of religions, cultural practices, conflicts, and more. In original journal articles, prominent historians consider the mysteries of our world’s past as well as the political and cultural themes throughout history that continue to warrant scholarly investigation today.
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Overview of the Middle Ages - Khan Academy
Overview of the Middle Ages
Feudal system during the Middle Ages
Serfs and manorialism
Serfdom in Europe
Practice: Key Concepts: Serfdom
Practice: Focus on economics: serfdom
Practice: Key concepts: Peasant revolts
Practice: Focus on rebellion: Peasant revolts
An overview of the Crusades (part 2)
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