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18th Apr '18 10:24:59 PM BlackBaroness
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* The ''Medieval Times'' DinnerTheatre chain is based off of 11th century Spain.
7th Apr '18 8:16:59 AM KeithKwan
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Their neighbor, France, was shaping up a bit better. France hit a low point with the election of Hugh Capet, the first King of France from outside the Carolingian dynasty. At this point, France was extremely decentralized, and the King held little power. This began to change with the ascension of Louis IV, who started a trend of growing monarchical power that would continue in France all the way to the French Revolution. They tended to remain on the good side of the Papacy.

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Their neighbor, France, was shaping up a bit better. France hit a low point with the election of Hugh Capet, the first King of France from outside the Carolingian dynasty. At this point, France was extremely decentralized, and the King held little power. This began to change with the ascension of Louis IV, VI, who started a trend of growing monarchical power that would continue in France all the way to the French Revolution. They tended to remain on the good side of the Papacy.
24th Feb '18 1:28:42 PM nombretomado
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* ''Eleanor: Crown Jewel of Aquitaine, France'' from TheRoyalDiaries series.

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* ''Eleanor: Crown Jewel of Aquitaine, France'' from TheRoyalDiaries Literature/TheRoyalDiaries series.
11th Feb '18 4:55:14 PM nombretomado
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* ParadoxInteractive's ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings'' FourX games. The base games both start at the very beginning of the Norman Conquest and run up through 1453, the historical fall of Constantinople, though expansions to the sequel extend the timeline back into DarkAgeEurope.

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* ParadoxInteractive's Creator/ParadoxInteractive's ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings'' FourX games. The base games both start at the very beginning of the Norman Conquest and run up through 1453, the historical fall of Constantinople, though expansions to the sequel extend the timeline back into DarkAgeEurope.
17th Oct '17 6:58:45 PM TheMorlock
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* ''Series/Galavant'' is set in the 13th century, specifically the year 1256.

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* ''Series/Galavant'' ''{{Galavant}}'' is set in the 13th century, specifically the year 1256.
1256 but it commits many anachronisms for [[RuleOfFunny comic effect]].
17th Oct '17 6:53:37 PM TheMorlock
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* ''Series/Galavant'' is set in the 13th century, specifically the year 1256.
17th Oct '17 6:42:36 PM TheMorlock
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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare’s ''Theatre/KingJohn, Theatre/RichardII, Theatre/HenryIV'' (Parts I and II), and ''Theatre/HenryV'' (strictly speaking, ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', ''Theatre/{{Macbeth}}'', and ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' should be, too, but they are very often performed in a [[UsefulNotes/TheRenaissance quasi-Elizabethan]] setting).

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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare’s ''Theatre/KingJohn, Theatre/RichardII, Theatre/HenryIV'' (Parts I and II), and ''Theatre/HenryV'' (strictly speaking, ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}'', ''Theatre/{{Macbeth}}'', and ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' should be, too, but they are it is very often performed in a [[UsefulNotes/TheRenaissance quasi-Elizabethan]] setting).
28th Sep '17 5:33:57 PM Abbot_Cellach
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** ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'': As quoted by phillip: "After all, this ''is'' the fourteenth century."

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** * ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'': As quoted by phillip: "After all, this ''is'' the fourteenth century."
28th Sep '17 5:33:06 PM Abbot_Cellach
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** ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'': As quoted by phillip: "After all, this ''is'' the fourteenth century."
17th Sep '17 3:15:33 AM Doug86
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* Dante's ''Literature/DivineComedy,'' sort of (Hell, Purgatory and Heaven are effectively other dimensions, but most of the characters Dante meets are his close contemporaries).

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* Dante's ''Literature/DivineComedy,'' ''Literature/TheDivineComedy,'' sort of (Hell, Purgatory and Heaven are effectively other dimensions, but most of the characters Dante meets are his close contemporaries).
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