The center of social and religious life during the Middle Ages was the church.
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Social life revolved around the Church. Art was all religious based.
a pope or priest is a religious leader
churches or religious places
In the middle ages, the church was the single most dominant social force in Europe.
There were several but one the prime ones was Florence, Italy. Here, the Medici family ran the city-state, there was a university, it was a trading center, banking center, and was a religious center.
Towns replaced manors as the center of medieval life, especially due to fairs, which meant that not everything was produced on a self-sufficient manor. There was more social mobility.
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Yes, they celebrated Christmas in the middle ages, however it was more of a religious celebration than it is today.
Most people in the Middle Ages were religious and, therefore, visited Jerusalem as a pilgrimage site.
The renewed religious feeling of the Middle Ages resulted in the growth of monks and monasteries and the increased power of the Catholic church in the political arena.
they in joyed many holiday both religious and non religious
During the Middle Ages, the churches quite often held all the power, dictating laws to the entire area. The church was also the center of social life. Being rejected by the church was devastating.
It created a middle class
Religious subjects and portraits of important persons.
A peaceful, spiritual, religious man seeking enlightenment.
religious and legal and medical
It was the center of growth in the Christian church.
Fuedalism is a political and social system from the middle ages and Europe.
serf, advisors\ lords, & royals
what is the social sturucture in europe
The Christian Church was the single most powerful social organization in Europe from the Middle Ages to the end of the Victorian era.
People in the Middle Ages were members of three classes: 1.Noblemen 2.Serfs 3.Clergy
There were three different social classes The highest class was a Lord The middle class was a Knight The lowest class was a Serf