Synonyms for middeleeuwen or Related words with middeleeuwen

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Examples of "middeleeuwen"
She then returned to Hamburg and in 1923-4 she published a German translation (entitled "Herbst des Mittelalters") of the Dutch cultural historian Johan Huizinga’s "Herfsttij der Middeleeuwen" (1919), (English translation "The Autumn of the Middle Ages" (1996)).
The Autumn of the Middle Ages, or The Waning of the Middle Ages (published in 1919 as "Herfsttij der Middeleeuwen" and translated into English in 1924), is the best-known work by the Dutch historian Johan Huizinga.
In 1928, she translated Aldous Huxley's novel Crome Yellow into French as "Jaune de Crome". In 1932, she translated Johan Huizinga's "Herfsttijd der Middeleeuwen" into French as "Le déclin du Moyen Âge". That same year, she translated Huxley's "Those Barren Leaves" into French as "Marina di Vezza"; that translation was awarded the Académie française's Prix Langlois.
The Pagan Middle Ages is an academic anthology edited by the Belgian historian Ludo J.R. Milis. Containing eight papers by various Dutch and Belgian historians and archaeologists, it is devoted to the study of how various pre-Christian religious beliefs and practices survived and were absorbed into the new, Christian society in Europe during the Middle Ages. It was first published by the Institut Historique Belge de Rome in 1991 under the Dutch title of "De Heidense Middeleeuwen" and subsequently translated into English by Tanis Guest and published by The Boydell Press in 1998.