Traducción de medieval en Español:

medieval

medieval, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌmɛdɪˈiːv(ə)l//ˌmid(i)ˈivəl//ˌmɛdˈiːv(ə)l//ˌmɛd(i)ˈivəl/

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    medieval
    medioeval
    • In early medieval times, the court, or household, was the centre of government.
    • However, the relative value of silver today is in fact far lower than in early medieval times.
    • One story told in medieval times was that an arrow fired from a long bow could penetrate four inches into oak.
    • The medieval pottery and iron tools speak more of hard work and modest prosperity than of exotic trade links.
    • The inferno could be seen for 40 miles, and the medieval city centre was destroyed.
    • Later, largely as a reaction to the cruel excesses of mediaeval witchhunts, when victims were burnt at the stake, the Vatican introduced a formalised exorcism ritual in 1614.
    • It was a long, narrow strip of land and on the rocky coast at its southern end was a medieval castle.
    • Roads in medieval Britain often followed the line of Roman roads for substantial distances.
    • Indeed, Ireland has the largest corpus of early medieval water mill sites in the world.
    • We are only now beginning to see how much survived of Roman and Celtic culture in the early medieval period.
    • The authority of the early medieval Church in England was no different to that of any other landowner.
    • Most other cruel medieval practices have been stopped for a long time, and this was long overdue.
    • There are still unanswered questions about the formation of early medieval villages.
    • The wall and the Roman streets influenced the layout of medieval Colchester.
    • Many of the churches and cathedrals that survive from medieval times have also had additions to them.
    • The top of the hill was occupied in medieval times, presumably because of its defensive potential.
    • In the medieval period, the road was realigned slightly to become modern Fenchurch Street.
    • A person in East Anglia will be within striking distance of a medieval church.
    • The settlement has Iron Age antecedents and was used as a cemetery in early medieval times.
    • Despite all this, until recently little was known about medieval ships and shipbuilding.