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  • As they approached, Langdon saw the entrance was blocked by an enormous steel grate that looked like something used by medieval castles to keep out marauding armies.
  • Beyond the prelature’s adherence to the arcane ritual of corporal mortification, their views on women were medieval at best.
  • The medieval Italian card game was so replete with hidden heretical symbolism that Langdon had dedicated an entire chapter in his new manuscript to the Tarot.
  • Dressed in a wool robe with a rope tie, he resembled a medieval cleric.
  • A model for a fully articulated medieval French knight.
  • Grail Allegory in Medieval Literature: A Treatise on Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
  • With the exception of the eerie, robot-like doll of a medieval knight that seemed to be staring at him from the corner of Saunière’s desk, Collet was comfortable.
  • One of Jacques Saunière’s favorite pastimes was bringing Da Vinci’s more obscure brainstorms to life—timepieces, water pumps, cryptexes, and even a fully articulated model of a medieval French knight, which now stood proudly on the desk in his office.

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  • The story takes place during medieval times.
  • India and China have not been so relatively powerful since medieval  times.

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