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yes they were considered peasants in a way

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Blacksmiths in the middle ages, as they do today, make things from iron and steel.

What did the peasants eat in the medieval times

Answer:no, women did not do that kind of work.Answer:Actually, yes there were women who were blacksmiths and ferriers in the Middle Ages, as medieval records show.There are a couple links below that might be helpful about this, one to a related question on the things medieval women did, the other being a link to a Wikipedia article on horses in the Middle Ages, a section relating to women.

they are from the medieval ages... They are peasants which were not allowed to leave there village in which they lived or to move around freely.

they are noble, richer, better, stronger in power, owner of lands, better then peasants.

During the Middle Ages peasants were not highly respected, nor considered superiour people. Therefore the food they ate was unfresh, dirty, or old.

what was religion for peasants in the middle ages

The role of the medieval blacksmith, like that of blacksmiths before and after the middle ages, was to work iron and make iron products such as horseshoes, tools bars, gates and many other products.

The middle ages are not called the medieval ages. The word medieval is an adjective that means "related to the middle ages." Sometimes we used "medieval period" as the same as "middle ages."

Blacksmiths have existed since the middle ages. All those Crusaders could not have done without a lot of blacksmiths.

what did the peasants do in the middle ages

Top=Nobles Middle=Clergy Bottom=Peasants Total Bottom= Serfs your rank depened on your father.

Blacksmiths made everything metal: swords, armor, horse shoes, etc.

No. The middle ages was 410 AD to about 1500.

Very few blacksmiths were female in the middle ages.--------------I did a search for pictures of medieval blacksmiths, and came up with three images worth considering. None was of a woman blacksmith, but those who were represented seemed to be wearing ordinary medieval clothing with the addition of an apron.We do not have pictures of female blacksmiths from this era, as far as I know, but we can guess that those who existed wore ordinary women's working clothing of the time with the addition of the apron. We do know that a few women were recorded to have been blacksmiths, but probably rather few.Women's work clothing varied more in those days from one place to another, and though styles changed slower than they do today, the Middle Ages lasted a thousand years, so you can imagine there was a lot of variation.

Yes. The Middle Ages and the medieval times were the same.

Medieval is medieval because it is Latin for "the middle ages".

medieval timesThe dark agesMedieval PeriodCrusades

The only reason medieval towns began to flourish was because of the plague. The plague killed of one third to one half of the medieval population and as a result there were far less peasants and so the peasants were able to demand better wages and more food.

Life in a manor, in the medieval ages, was tough. All the peasants in the Middle Ages surrounded themanor. A manor is an area of land that was owned by the feudal lord. The lords either lived in manorhouses or castles.

I think I know... Most peasants were serfs; people who worked for the king a few days but the rest could do whatever they need. I was trying to get this answer for my Ch. 6 history study guide Medieval Europe.

what was daily life like for a prince in the medieval ages

The word medieval comes from Latin, medium aevum, which means middle ages.