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Medieval Christians saw the lunar eclipse as a sign from God — but they also understood the science

By Beth Spacey, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Medieval History, The University of Queensland
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When it came to making sense of lunar eclipses, medieval Christians did not necessarily resort to superstition, magicians, and moon-eating monsters.

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