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Dark ages or middle ages. No "age of"

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There are those who call the Middle Ages the Age of Faith

The Middle Ages are sometimes called the Age of Darkness, which I believe is a poor name for the period.

Within the Middle Ages was a period sometimes called the Age of Chivalry, and another age, with somewhat different connotations but possibly similar dates, called the Age of the Mounted Knight.

Also within the Middle Ages were several ages called renaissances. Among these were the Carolingian Renaissance, the Islamic Renaissance, the Ottonian Renaissance, the Macedonian Renaissance, the Renaissance of the 12th Century, and the first half or so of the European Renaissance. In fact nearly all of the time after about 700 AD fell into one or more of these periods.

I have heard the Late Middle Ages (1300-1453) called the Age of the Longbow.

Depending on how you define the Middle Ages, they included all or important parts of the Age of Migrations (about 300 to 700 AD).

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