In the middle ages, what infection was called "the king's evil", and, it was rumoured, could be cured by the touch of a king?
This was used first as a spice by the Chinese, throughout the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in Europe, and was still popular in the 18th century as an ingredient in hot chocolate; what was it?
What Western Christian military order, which existed for approximately two centuries in the Middle Ages, was endorsed by the Roman Catholic Church around 1129?
How did the feudal system impact the worldview of the people of the dark ages/middle ages?
In September 2009, it was rumoured that which 5 foot 5 inch (1.65 m) politician ensured that people who stood around him when he was on television were no taller than him?