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The broadest definition of the medieval period encompasses all the centuries between ‘antiquity’ and the ‘Renaissance’. The earliest writer to evoke this intermediary phase was filippo Villani , who observed in a treatise of 1382 that the islands in the Mediterranean had borne different names in ‘ancient, middle and modern times’ (...

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