The Middle Ages is another term for the English Renaissance.
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In my opinion, it's false. The Middle Ages(15th century) were considered the dark ages (ex: plagues, etc). The English Renaissance (AKA: Elizabethan Era) occurred after in the 16th century (1501-1600).