On the whole, Campaigns of Crécy and Agincourt in the Hundred Years’ War can be considered as crucial milestones in terms of political, military, and cultural aspects.
For the second part: Make Korea United Again: The Unification of Goryeo (Koryo) in the Medieval Age Introduction Three Kingdoms of Korea is one of the considerable eras in Korean history in terms of its political and economic developments as well as social and cultural exchanges. For about six centuries, there were conflicts between three […]
What do you think of the Middle Ages? Durable castles, armored cavalry, the feudal structure where the feudal lords hold the summit, and the oppressed peasants, as well as the dominance of the pope’s scholastic thought, can be piled on your head.
I wrote this assignment for HIST 222 (Ottoman History: 1300-1600) but I changed its order a bit to understand what the article aims for. Enjoy reading! It is apparent that several authors have attempted to write Ottoman history for centuries. In this sense, particularly, primary sources are quite crucial to understanding any narrated age in […]
This paper is written for HIST 241 (The History of Early Modern Europe) class for Prof. Peter Robert Campbell. He wrote a wide range of articles about the Early Modern French History. He also published a variety of books like Louis XIV (1661-1715) in 1993 and Power and Politics in Old Regime France (1720-1745) in 1996. […]
I wrote this assignment for HIST 221 (History of Medieval Turko-Persian Societies) but I changed its order a bit in order to understand what the article aims. Enjoy reading! Genghis Khan is one of the prominent leaders in world history in terms of his influences on the course of history. He established and enlarged […]