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Gimpel – “The Success of Medieval Technology” (Chapter 9 – Epilogue)

Whenever people reference the Middle Ages (also referred to as the Dark Ages), we generally begin to think about the Black Death (Plague) and the lack of innovation during that time. Even history textbooks “gloss-over” this time period, immediately shifting focus to the Renaissance and Industrial Revolution. However, in Chapter 9 of Gimpel’s The Medieval…

Gimpel – “The Success of Medieval Technology” (Chapter 9 – Epilogue)

Whenever people reference the Middle Ages (also referred to as the Dark Ages), we generally begin to think about the Black Death (Plague) and the lack of innovation during that time. Even history textbooks “gloss-over” this time period, immediately shifting focus to the Renaissance and Industrial Revolution. However, in Chapter 9 of Gimpel’s The Medieval …

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Prehistoric Technology and the Ancient World (Neanderthals) by C. Warner

Prehistoric Technology and the Agricultural Revolution Bernard Carlson While this article includes a broad timeframe of events (15billion years ago to 8,000 years) this synopsis will focus on the analysis of Neanderthals. The title “Neanderthal” is a highly derived descriptor of the Australopithecines family and developed in parallel time to Homo sapiens (aka. US!) Neanderthals …

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