jackMevOff:

Read the passage from Ivanhoe. About the hour of ten o’clock, the whole plain was crowded with horsemen, horsewomen, and foot-passengers, hastening to the tournament; and shortly after, a grand flourish of trumpets announced Prince John and his retinue, attended by many of those knights who meant to take share in the game, as well as others who had no such intention. The reader can conclude that the passage takes place in the medieval period because it portrays a group of people watching public games. a public gathering sanctioned by the church. a powerful monarch backed by a noble fighting class. a rising middle class participating alongside t

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