Dark Ages

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LeSeur explains in her preface that the title, Ten is the Age of Darkness, comes from a story her young daughter told her.
Yet, Ten is the Age of Darkness demonstrates the difficulty of managing such large studies.
In his admiration for the literature and presumed civic virtues of republican Rome, the scholar-poet Petrarch (1304-1374) characterized "modern history," which he saw as beginning in the fourth century with the imperial adoption of Christianity and extending down to his own day, as an age of darkness.