Kapanahonan han Kabutngaan

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An Kapanahonan han Kabutngaan amo an usa ka parte han kaagi han Europa. Nagtikang ini ha may 476 CE kun diin an Katundan Imperyo Romano natumba, ngan nagpadayon kutob han panahon hi Cristóbal Colón nabilngan an Bago nga Kalibutan ha 1492. Butnga nga panahon it tawag kay ini an panahon ha butnga han katumba han Imperyo Romano ngan ha Pagtikang han Unhan nga Moderno Europeyo.

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