cared for the sick and poor
Monks and nuns contributed to the Middle Ages in many ways. One way was to care for the sick and poor. Another way was to build schools and teach at schools.
Monks and nuns cared for the sick and poor. The monks also kept learning alive and illustrated and copied books.
The Monks and Nuns educated people, wrote books and painted beautiful pictures. In that way they kept these things from being forgotten.
because they wanted to have a peaceful life
because they wanted a peaceful life and good food
They were important because this was where ,the monks did their prayers to the god. It is a devoted place where the monks gave up their regular life to become religious.
The middle ages way of life was called feudalism.
life was different in middle ages since it was the middles ages and in manor well, it was the manor!
The center of social and religious life during the Middle Ages was the church.
The average lifespan of a person in the middle ages was about 35 years.
Power in the Middle Ages was held by monarchs and nobles. Living conditions for peasants serving their rulers was harsh, and they little freedom. With that said, monks and nuns tried to provide spiritual guidance and speak to them about God. They also at times were able to speak to a ruler on behalf of a peasant who was going to be punished. Basically all they could do was give the peasants hope.
The life was nice for a noble in the Middle Ages they often owned property and sold it to vassels who sold it to other people the nobles did have to fight in war but other than that they had a jolly life ( as someone in the Middle Ages would say).
life in the middle ages was disgusting, every you went alot of aga (poo) and don't make me mention the hygiene.
life was really good
A guild was known as a business group of people in the middle ages. They were basically the "middle" class of daily life medieval Europe.
trade affected the life in middle ages because they were poor and also because Niall James Horan helped them survive.
Sorry, the Tudors ruled after the Middle Ages ended, so the question is moot.
The dominant religion in the Middle Ages depended on where you were. In most of Europe, it was Christianity, and in the Middle East and North Africa, for most of the Middle Ages, it was Islam. There were places where both were about equally important, such as Spain.
Religion was very important in the middle ages. there was a church in the middle of every village and religion effected all aspects of life.
Yes, yes they did.