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medieval

, mediaeval
of, relating to, or in the style of the Middle Ages
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Martha Woodmansee and Mark Osteen (New York: Routledge, 1999), Gerhard Joseph juxtaposes Tennyson's medievalizing use of "brand" (for "sword") in the Idylls of the King and the fact that an edition of his works was one of the first books (and the only work of poetry) that Frederick Macmillan brought out in 1890 to institute the publishing firm's "net book" policy.
Other medievalizing pieces, such as George Hedgeland's Gothic revival stained glass, distinctly lacked Pre-Raphaelite associations; as restorer of King's College, Cambri dge, his Gothic frame enclosed a distinctly post-Raphaelite female figure.
So Scott in Quentin Durward turned, as he had done in Ivanhoe, towards a medievalizing treatment of social and political divisions.
Gill's choice of literature reflected his own medievalizing impulses, and included Coleridge and Spenser (Miles, Eric Gill and David Jones 59).
At the same time, however, he notes the medievalizing aspect of this and other works by Giulio, for whom the essence of Roman art was contamination.