The title does not refer to additional borgs, but lists inspired by Carl Pyrdums recent challenge to sum up the Middle Ages in seven words (or more precisely seven concepts). There have been many excellent suggestions made in response and Im not sure that I can add sensibly to them. But what did get me thinking was Carls comments summing up the results. As he points out: the most skippable medieval centuries were the sixth, seventh, and tenth. For the early medievalists among us, then, how about seven words/concepts to sum up each of those centuries? Here are my attempts:
Gregory the Great
Isidore of Seville
Tenth century [updated due to second thoughts]
Danegeld [replacing Battle of Maldon]
Towns [replacing castles]
Add in your suggestions (though please, if possible, avoid having King Arthur appear in more than one century).