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A Cultural History of Theatre in the Middle Ages

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There were certain aspects of the Middle Ages that seemed rather glamorous such as kings, queens, knights, and other rumors that surrounded the time period, but overall the Middle Ages were not a fun and fancy free type of time.Because it was believed that harmony expressed religious values, an attempt was made from the 9th century to increase the musical effectiveness of the plainsong of the church.In turn, a spice merchant (the first secular character, who was strikingly similar to the doctor figure of mumming plays and folk dramas) was added to haggle with the three Marys about the price of the ointment.
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A Cultural History of Theatre in the Middle Ages

Kernodle, The Theatre in History (Fayetteville, Ark. In 1099, Christian armies captured Jerusalem from Muslim control, and groups of pilgrims from across Western Europe started visiting the Holy Land. Das Floriansprinzip Other sources include the " morality plays" and the "University drama" that attempted to recreate Athenian tragedy.