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At the end of the 13th century and into the 14th century, artists in Italy began to explore the physical realities of the human figure in space. Ferrer Bassa and the murals of Pedralbes The Medieval and Renaissance Altarpiece.
Marlene’s guests have all achieved a certain iconic status in history or myth and are all, on the surface of it, from radically different times and cultures: the 19th century Scottish world traveller, Isabella Bird; Lady Nijo, a 13th century Japanese courtesan who was forced to become a nun after losing her master’s favour and who then travelled all over Japan; and the 9th century Roman.
Resources for Eighteenth-Century Worlds. Archives and libraries, museums and galleries, and the built environment of Liverpool support a very wide range of research in the global-long-eighteenth century. This page provides an overview of the most important of these resources.
Noteworthy are discussions of whether Saxo's 13th-century History of the Danes is Danish or world literature, the attraction of Danish ballads outside Denmark, Ludvig Holberg as a 'world citizen' or as a Dane seeking to engage the world, and Hans Christian Andersen's avid traveling and how his articulation of the local and the global within the same work contributed to his unparalleled global.
As the maps show, global warming doesn’t mean temperatures rose everywhere at every time by one degree. Temperatures in a given year or decade might rise 5 degrees in one region and drop 2 degrees in another. Exceptionally cold winters in one region might be followed by exceptionally warm summers. Or a cold winter in one area might be balanced by an extremely warm winter in another part of.
Europe had experienced a remarkable period of expansion during the High Middle Ages (1050-1300 CE) but that age of growth reached its limit in the later part of the thirteenth century (the late 1200's CE). By then, good farmland had been overworked, and new fields were proving only marginally productive. As the population began to surpass the capacity of the land to feed its inhabitants.
Set in 13th-century Norway, The Axe is the first volume in Undset's epic tetralogy, The Master of Hestviken. In it, we meet Olav Audunsson and Ingunn Steinfinnsdatter, who were betrothed as children and raised as brother and sister. In the heedlessness of youth, they become lovers, unaware that their ardor will forge the first link in a chain of murder, exile, and disgrace. Undset's novel is.