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Take 20 on Medieval Drama 20 slides of information related to the Medieval English Drama and the text Everyman , including key literary terms and ideas. What was the center of the medieval peoples ’ social, educational, and spiritual lives?. Photo b y Keith Marshall @ Flickr.

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Take 20

on Medieval Drama

20 slides of information related to the Medieval English Drama and the text Everyman, including key literary terms and ideas

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What was the center

of the medieval peoples’ social, educational, and spiritual lives?

Photo by Keith Marshall @ Flickr

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First English Play (in Latin)

Quem Quaeritis (Whom Do You Seek)

Angel: “Whom do you seek ye in the

tomb, O lovers of Christ?”

Marys: “Jesus of Nazareth, him that

was crucified, O heavenly being.”

Angel: “He is risen, as he hath

prophesied. Go announce, that he

that risen from the dead.”

Marys: “Alleluia, Alleluia.”

Photo by Dtcchc @ Flickr

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Expanded into pageants with

costumes, scenery, props, etc.

Photo by Istolethetv @ Flickr

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Moved to the church steps

Photo by Swamibu @ Flickr

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Scripts to English and then

storylines became bawdy and

church dropped productions

Photo by Vauvau @ Flickr

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Guilds of tradesmen

produced and performed on

pageant wagons

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Three types of short plays

performed in cycles, or series

Mystery

Miracle

Morality

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Mystery Plays -- dramas

based on stories of the Bible

Photo by Roger Smith @ Flickr

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The Second Shepherd’s Play,

tells of a madcap

story of a sheep thief, but as it ends

we learn the shepherds are headed to the Nativity.

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Miracle Plays -- dramas

about the lives of the saints

Photo by Lawrence OP @ Flickr

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Morality Plays – allegorical dramas in which abstrations are personified in the struggle for a human soul

extended metaphor in which characters,

objects, and events equate meanings

outside the work

Photo by Aristicrats-hat @ Flickr

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Everyman,

written about 1500,

is the best example

of the English morality play

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The Dance of Death

motif in the humanities, a late-medieval allegory on the universality of death: no matter one\'s station in life, Death unites all, or all are equalin Death’s presence

2010 Photo by Chris Willis at http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4653969061/

2007 Music by Kevin MacLeod. Camille Saint-Saëns, Danse Macabre, Opus 40 in G minor (Computer generated).

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Black Plague 1348-49

Miniatur aus der Toggenburg-Bibel (Schweitz) von 1411

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BLACK PLAGUE

Europe 1348/49

Bubonic plague

so named for

swollen glands

called buboes

Engraving of

a plague doctor

Black Plague 1348-49

Miniatur aus der Toggenburg-Bibel (Schweitz) von 1411

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Hans Holbein II

  • c. 1498-1543
  • German portraitist
  • religious art
  • satire
  • Reformation
  • propaganda

1999 Stephanie Buck, Hans Holbein, Cologne: Könemann, 1542

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Pope King Queen Bishop

Gentleman Astrologer Miser Child

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