Catastrophe Throughout The Bubonic Plague | Religious Zealots Take Action!

The plague also referred to as the Black Death was a profound and formidable disease that wiped out much of Europe’s inhabitants. It decimated millions and reduced the population by almost half in just a few short years. Chaos from the disease brought unsettled times. 

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Letter From Catherine Of Aragon To King Ferdinand II About Prince Arthur (1502 CE)

When Catherine Of Aragon wrote a heartfelt plea to her father, she held the title of Princess of Wales through her marriage to Prince Arthur of England. The couple had not been married long before the prince’s untimely death in 1502 at Ludlow Castle.

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The Fall Of Constantinople | The Fifty-Seven Day Siege (1453)

Constantinople was founded by Roman Emperor Constantine I in 324 CE. The city served as the capital for the Roman Empire and later the Byzantine Empire.  It has faced many sieges and attacks throughout the years but managed to remain standing.

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Why Matilda of Flanders Was William The Conqueror’s Perfect Match

Matilda of Flanders was a crowned Queen Consort of England. She was the wife of William the Conqueror and was his match in every way imaginable.  

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