Outline of medieval history  

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Medieval history refers to the period of Western European history known as the Middle Ages, which lasted from the 5th century (when the Roman Empire was divided into the Western Roman Empire and the Eastern Roman Empire) until the 16th century (during the Protestant Reformation and during the early stage of the dispersal of Europeans worldwide via overseas exploration).

Periods in the history of non-European areas, particularly China and Japan, are also colloquially referred to as 'medieval'.

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the Middle Ages:

Contents

Essence of medieval history

Main article: Middle Ages

Subdivisions of medieval history

Periodization

Medieval history by region

Template:Middle Ages by region

Medieval history by subject

History of medieval history

Medieval history scholars

Medieval historical societies

Medieval themed festivals and recreational events

Leaders during the Middle Ages

Medieval history lists

See also




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