Be the first to answer!
People that were rich during the Middle Ages did not work. People in the Middle Ages that were rich got their money by taxing other people.
Often yes, it was. The Pope or cardinals would accept money.
They started working at around age 14.
they would often get lead poisening from working with lead. they also had a scarcity of food.
During the Middle Ages.
the Doctor cured people and if people were sick he would make medicine for them in return of money.
they raised there taxes
money and relatiion to royalty
Due to the substantial financial issues through the middle ages, people who had insufficient resources or funds wouldn't be able to get any type education and would be working hard on labour and would only have enough to feed themselves or their family
Feudalism was during the Middle Ages. Physical Education started in the early 1800s. Children exercised by working with the parents in the Middle Ages.
They grew their own crops and they were mostly farmers. They would trade their wives and daughters for money, and that's how they would get by.
Masons of the Middle Ages usually did the same things they do today, working with brick or stone. Medieval masons also carved stone, and many of them were sculptors.
Peasants during the Middle Ages could only earn freedom by saving money to buy land.
The Middle Ages lasted from the 5th century to the 15th. This would be about 450 to 1485
it probaly was. because i have seen middle age sheilds with crosses.
Some people regard the Middle Ages as beginning when the ancient times ended. Others have the ancient times ending in the middle of the 5th century, and the Middle Ages starting in the 11th. According to the first of these, the time between the ancient times and the Middle Ages is called the Early Middle Ages, but the later usage would have it be called the Dark Ages.
You would probably experience this from ages 30 to age 50 because this is the middle of your working and social life.
Farmers in the Middle Ages, also called serfs, served Kings and Noblemen, and earned next to nothing. (They were basically slaves.)
I would not be surprised to discover that every year of the Middle Ages had a war in Europe somewhere.
the castles in the middle ages were made of stone not wood because wood would burn easily.
In the middle ages, the average range that people would live to was about 30-40.
There was no explorers in the middle ages. When exploration started that is when the middle ages ended.
The church almost became a commercial enterprise during the Middle Ages thanks to the fact that it had a majority of the money during the time. Money meant control.
The third period of the Middle Ages was the Late Middle Ages. The first is called the Early Middle Ages or the Dark Age. The second period was the High Middle Ages.
working together or collaborating on any opus in the late middle ages
Copyright © 2021 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.