The simple answer is that the medieval period is also called the Middle Ages. There is some complexity, however. The period from the 5th through 10th centuries was called the Dark Ages, but the term Early Middle Ages is more common now. What used to be called the Middle Ages, a time from the 11th to 15th centuries, is now often counted as the High Middle Ages (1000 to 1300) and Late Middle Ages (1300 to some time in the 15th century).
The medieval period is also called the Middle Ages, and some still call it the Dark Ages, thought that terms is out of favor with historians
A medieval fletcher was a arrow maker in the middle ages
The 'middle ages' is also known as the 'medieval period'.
A person who lived in the Middle Ages is called medieval.
Yes. The Middle Ages and the medieval times were the same.
Medieval times are also called the middle ages.
a tower in the middle ages is called a castle
They were the same thing. Medieval means of the Middle Ages.
The name of the castle as "medieval" places it in the time it was built. The Middle Ages is a time in history that covers a 1000 years of time and when a historian states that something is medieval or in the middle ages it places it on the timeline.
Medieval is medieval because it is Latin for "the middle ages".
The word medieval comes from Latin, medium aevum, which means middle ages.
It is Latin (medi + aevum) for Middle Ages. It has been called the Dark Ages but that term is falling out of favor. The Medieval period ends, I believe, around the time of the Enlightenment. The Middle Ages lasted from about AD 350 to 1450.