Asked in History, Politics & SocietyPolitics and GovernmentMiddle AgesKilauea
History, Politics & Society
Politics and Government
Does a village have any say in what the town does in the town with which the village is located?
August 17, 2009 10:27AM
----- I live in Ockley village, which is in the postal area of Dorking, We have a parish council which has representatives on the District Council. So the answer to your question is yes.
Asked in Geography
What makes a town a town a village a village and a city a city?
Well. a village is only a smal collection of houses, lets say 100-200, A little like a hamlet exept a hamlet is only lets say 50 houses or even 7. A town is around 4000 or more. And finally a city has a chaplel and maybe over 10,000 or more. ^^ Actually, a city has a cathedral, and my village has about 2000 houses in :)
If my house is located in the town of Eastchester NY but my zip code and PO Box is Scarsdale NY where do I say that I live?
The most accurate and honest answer is to say you live in the Town of Eastchester with Eastchester schools. The area you live in (Eastchester) uses a Scarsdale postal address for mailing purposes, but is not in the Town and Village of Scarsdale, and not in the Scarsdale school district. Government services are provided by Town of Eastchester, not Scarsdale.
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When did Bill Gates say The Internet is becoming the town square for a global village of tomorrow?
Luckily the windstorm did not not do any damage to your town?
Asked in Middle Ages
Who was under more control medieval villagers or townsfolk?
Asked in Middle Ages
How many people is a 'whole village' in medieval times?
There was no fixed number of people in a village. A village was defined in terms of features. A village had no permanent market, had one church, and was surrounded by a green zone, which is to say it could not be adjacent to another village. A permanent market or a second church would turn it into a town. Without a church, it was a hamlet. But clearly, a village could exist with a single family, provided it had a church, and could have 1000 people, provided they all went to the same church and did not build a market. A city, by the way, was a town with a cathedral or a charter.
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Asked in Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
What is the name of the town that Pride and Prejudice takes place?
The town is called Meryton. Most of the action of Pride and Prejudice takes place at Longbourn, which is Mr. Bennet's estate. There seems to be a village on the estate, as Mr. Bennet says at one point, "No officer is ever to enter my house again, nor even to pass through the village." He does not have authority over Meryton to say such a thing, but the village of Longbourn, if there is one, is not important to the novel.
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Is Paris a big village?
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Which type of village grows largest in the millenaire mod?
whichever one you help the most go to their town hall see what items they need it will say the item name on a sign and how many they have over how many they need. get the resources they need find someone in the village to trade with and sell it to them and they will build the next building and you will get reputations points with that village.