History: troubadours

Posted on Sun 12 May 2024 in history • Tagged with definition, dictionary

A troubadour was a strolling minstrel or lyric poet. Troubadours were French, Italian and Spanish composers who sang and wrote about courtly love.

Romanesque and Gothic cathedrals are typified by two distinct types of architecture. The Romanesque cathedral was usually a rectangular basilica style similar to a fortress or castle …

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History: universitas

Posted on Sun 05 May 2024 in history • Tagged with definition, dictionary

Universitas is a Latin word which refereed to a corporation or guild of students or teachers. The univseritas evolved into our modern notion of the University. Universities developed in the middle ages, and several were established by the eleventh and twelve centuries.

History: scholasticism

Posted on Sun 28 April 2024 in history • Tagged with definition, dictionary

Scholasticism is the philosophical and theological system used in medieval schools. Scholasticism developed in the eleventh and twelfth centuries along with the university. One of the primary tenants of scholasticism was an attempt to reconcile faith and reason.

Announcement collectivexyz/foundry:v1.0.2

Posted on Thu 25 April 2024 in update

Collective Foundry v1.0.2


Dear valued customers,

We are pleased to announce the release of our new container version 1.0.2. This new version includes several new features and improvements that will make your container experience even better.

Some of the new features include:

  • Improved security
  • Better performance …

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History: burghers

Posted on Sun 21 April 2024 in history • Tagged with definition, dictionary

A burgher is a member of the middle class in a European city, especially during the high middle ages, . The burgher class was principally composed of merchants and trades people.

When should we heed warnings?

Posted on Mon 15 April 2024 in update • Tagged with survival

I believe Captain Smith should have heeded warnings about ice in the North Atlantic and slowed down or stopped the Titanic. Don't you?