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    The Middle Ages is the middle period of the three traditional divisions of Western history: antiquity, medieval, and modern. The medieval period is itself subdivided into the Early , High , and Late Middle Ages , and the early medieval period is alternatively referred to as the Dark Ages .

  2. Para otras acepciones, véase Medieval (desambiguación) . Santa Sofía de Constantinopla (532-537). El Imperio bizantino fue la única institución política (aparte del papado) que mantuvo su existencia por la totalidad del periodo medieval. La ciudad medieval francesa de Carcasona.

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    In 330 AD, Roman Emperor Constantine created the Eastern Roman Empire (later called the Byzantine Empire). He made its capital city Constantinople (now Istanbul). The Byzantine Empire controlled Asia Minor and Northern Africa and briefly southern Spain and southern Italy. However, its lands were slowly eaten away by enemies like the Ottomans and th...

    The Islamic prophet Muhammad founded Islam in the early 7th century. Soon after his death in 632, Islam split into two main branches: the Sunni Muslims and the Shi'a. Most Muslims (about 85%) are now Sunni. Shi'a live mostly in Iran and Iraq. The Sunni-Shi'a split has been compared to the later East-West Schism of 1054 or the Protestant Reformation...

    During the Middle Ages, trade between countries became much more common. Most trade ran along the Silk Road, a trade route that connected Europe to the Middle East and East Asia. Arab traders brought things back and forth between Europe and East Asia along the Silk Road. Items that were light, easy to carry and valuable traveled the furthest distan...

    The Late Middle Ages were the last two centuries of the Middle Ages, from around 1291, when the Crusades ended, to 1492, when Columbus traveled to the New World. The gun was invented, and changed the way that wars were fought. Aristocracyand feudalism became less important. Before the Late Middle Ages, armies were formed only when there was a war, ...

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  3. Middle Ages – periodization of European history from the 5th century to the 15th century. The Middle Ages follows the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 and precedes the Early Modern Era. It is the middle period of a three-period division of Western history: Classic, Medieval and Modern .

  4. La Alta Edad Media es el período de la historia de Europa y Oriente Medio que comienza en el siglo V y termina entre los siglos IX y X, distinguiéndose así este periodo del siguiente, conocido como la Baja Edad Media .