Posts Tagged ‘Europe’


Sunday, May 13th, 2012

In this special BOWAworld episode, “MIAMI RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL INVASION”, we take you back in time to experience what it was like in the 14th through 16th century Europe! We run into knights, axe throwers, gypsies and even fairies! Don’t forget to “SUBSCRIBE” to get updated on all of our new episodes! YouTube Channels (SUBSCRIBE TO […]

Western Civilization History Questions?

Sunday, October 17th, 2010

1 What was the primary purpose of the Carolingian Renaissance? #2 During what era did a distinct European civilization emerge? #3 What was the most famous war of the Middle ages? #4 What were three monastic orders that were created during the Middle Ages? #5 What was primarily responsible for the loss of the military […]

Fashion and Armour in Renaissance Europe: Proud Lookes and Brave Attire (Hardcover)

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Of all the riches of the sixteenth-century European nobleman, none spoke more powerfully of his heroism, wealth, and taste than his armor, clothing, and weapons. Drawing on the Victoria and Albert Museum’s popular arms and armor collection—which includes the armor of such notables as Henry IV of France and Philip III of Spain–Angus Patterson looks […]

Renaissance Music: Music in Western Europe, 1400-1600 (The Norton Introduction to Music History) (Hardcover)

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

The latest addition to the successful Norton Introduction to Music History series. This new book offers a comprehensive view of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century music in Europe. Through his vibrant prose and generous illustrations, Atlas transports readers into the musical world of the Renaissance. About the Author Allan W. Atlas is Professor of Music at Brooklyn […]

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