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the 12th–14th centuries in a sentence

1. It was built sometime during the 12th–14th centuries.

2. In ancient times Bairamali Hamam was called “Bey Hamam”. The original structure was built sometime during the 12th–14th centuries and was reconstructed in 1881.

3. the Cinque Ports in the 12th–14th centuries and Chatham Dockyard in the 16th–20th centuries were of particular importance.

4. The settlement was dated to the 12th - 14th centuries.

5. The Bogomils are identified with the Messalians in Greek and Slavonic documents from the 12th-14th centuries.

6. In the 12th-14th centuries it was part of the area sometimes known as Black Ruthenia, that was fully incorporated into the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (GDL) by the rulers of Lithuania in the 13th century.

7. In spite of his historical importance, there is no clear trace of Gudfred in the Norse saga literature of the 12th-14th centuries.

8. The town is dominated by the imposing Romanesque-Gothic Church of St. Peter from the 12th-14th centuries.

9. The frescoes of the palace chapel date from the 12th-14th centuries, while on the walls of the mottes, some of the most beautiful paintings of the early Hungarian Renaissance can be admired (15th century).

10. The walls were commissioned by Cosimo I de Medici in 1564, in order to replace those from the 12th-14th centuries, as part of his policy of making Grosseto a stronghold to protect his southern border.

11. The earliest "Hungarian Chronicle" was expanded and rewritten several times in the 12th–14th centuries, but its content can only be reconstructed based on 14th-century works.

12. The region's pre-Islamic architectural tradition became the basis for later Islamic buildings in the Hauran, particularly in Bosra in the 12th–14th centuries.

13. It remained an important place in the 12th–14th centuries according to al-Idrisi and Hamdallah Mustawfi.

14. The resulting wars between Guelphs and Ghibellines, the anti-imperialist and imperialist factions, respectively, were characteristic of Italian politics in the 12th–14th centuries.

15. Later in the 12th–14th centuries, the two names were combined and citizens joined in devotion and worship of Sant'Anastasia, patroness of the town.

16. From the southern transept rises the bell tower, built in the 12th-14th centuries, with a series of single, double and triple mullioned windows.

17. The palace, built in the 12th–14th centuries, is sited land which in antique times was the domus of the Bocci family of Pisa.

18. Bakota has an ancient Orthodox cave monastery (48.585647°N, 26.999702°E), which includes ancient frescoes and paintings dating back to the 12th-14th centuries, as well as preserved remains of monks.

19. 1186) was an Italian sculptor from a family of artists active in Rome during the 12th-14th centuries.

20. Four of them were constructed in the 12th-14th centuries, even before the village was founded.

21. A 2009 excavation discovered pottery dating to the 12th–14th centuries.

22. The settlement was dated to the 12th - 14th centuries.

23. The name Castlehill Gardens and a low mound can still be seen, though excavations in 1997 discovered no evidence of the castle other than pottery sherds dated to the 12th-14th centuries.

24. The church, built in the 12th-14th centuries in a transitional style between the Romanesque and the Gothic, has a Latin cross plan with a single nave including four aisles, and a transept.

25. In the 12th-14th centuries this area belonged to the Principality of Smolensk, in the 14th century it became a part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, then was later included in the Mścisław Voivodeship.

26. The church is located on a cliff west of the town and dates to the 12th–14th centuries.

27. Kabbalah emerged in the 12th-14th centuries parallel to, and soon after, the rationalist tradition in Medieval Jewish philosophy.

28. The flint church of St Mary's, is Grade I listed, most parts date between the 12th–14th centuries.

29. The church was built from the 12th-14th centuries against the town walls, and the bell-tower with a hexagonal base, derives from one of the watchtowers.

30. The buttress is named after Tsarevets Hill in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, the seat of the Bulgarian royal court in the 12th-14th centuries.