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Witches, Witch Craze and Witch Hunt in 16th Century Europe - Punishments for witchcraft in 16th-century

By understanding the interconnected dynamics of social institutions and social constructs that provides guidelines in keeping the members of the community in line, it would be easier to understand the forces that compel and drive witchcraft during 16th century Europe.

Underwear in Europe in the Early Modern period: chemise or shift - Nationalclothing.org

A chemise or shift became widely used by both men and women in Europe in the medieval period and lasted for a few centuries. Even in the 21st century, some women wear similar lingerie but, of course, the cut, design, and adornments are different. In this article, we’ll talk about the chemise worn during the Early Modern era – how did it look like? what embellishments were popular? what fabric did they use? what design of shirts was typical? and so on. The 16th-17th century brought a lot of…

Aquinas and Descartes to Kant: The Origins of Early Modern Philosophy

New theories of mind and matter, the divine, and civic society were proposed by early modern philosophers such as Descartes, Locke, Hume, and Kant.

Help a Library Transcribe Magical Manuscripts & Recover the Charms, Potions & Witchcraft That Flourished in Early Modern Europe and America | Open Culture

Magic is real—hear me out. No, you can’t solve life’s problems with a wand and made-up Latin. But there are academic departments of magic, only they go by different names now. A few hundred years ago the difference between chemistry and alchemy was nil.

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Today we mark the birthday, in 1573, of architect Inigo Jones. Inigo Jones was the first British architect of the early modern period, and despite his Spanish sounding name, he was thoroughly English, born in Smithfield in London and the son of a Welsh clothmaker.
Less than 50 years after the dawn of the Stuart era, Charles I made history – possibly not in the way he had hoped – by becoming the first British monarch to be executed for treason. But how and why did this historical event come about? This Early Modern Execution of Charles I Teacher Pack comes with fascinating activities to go with our free award-winning video to help you deliver captivating history lessons. #earlymodern #socialstudies #teachingresources #ks3history #historyvideo #history
Today is the birthday of Inigo Jones, the first english architect of the early modern period. Among his creations are the Banqueting House at Whitehall, and St Paul's Covent Garden.   #england #history #tudors #stuarts
This lesson kicks off with a whirlwind musical video covering more than 150 years of British royalty, rebellions, and restorations, before the activities delve in for a closer look at the monarchs and the impact their reigns had on the politics of the country. This Early Modern Tudors & Stuarts (in One Take) Teacher Pack comes with fascinating activities to go with our free award-winning video to help you deliver captivating history lessons. #earlymodern #socialstudies #teachingresources