Roundel on the Attack on the Castle of Love Utilizing at least one quote from the Crash Course video on the Middle Ages, one quote from my commentary on the Roundel and/or the introduction on the broader context and one quote from the curator introduction and/or the Met context page to discuss the Roundel as a celebration of an asp

Roundel on the Attack on the Castle of Love

Utilizing at least one quote from the Crash Course video on the Middle Ages, one quote from my commentary on the Roundel and/or the introduction on the broader context and one quote from the curator introduction and/or the Met context page to discuss the Roundel as a celebration of an aspect of secular Feudalism.

How does the Roundel suggest and depart from the religious focus of Art in the European Middle Ages?

Provide at least one quote that suggests the fate of the world depicted and at least one quote on the world that replaces it.


https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/crfQXaVnFl0
https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/475487?searchField=All&sortBy=Relevance&when=A.D.+1000-1400&where=Europe&ao=on&od=on&showOnly=openAccess&ft=*&offset=160&rpp=80&pos=166
https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/crfjogVn2Lw