Nuns lived in a nunnery.
The nuns were in their own services.
in monasterys nuns and monks tought the children mostly about god but they could read and write
the nuns help teach kids the important and reading and writing in the middle ages
nuns grew crops and prayed 6 hours a day.
the role of monks and nuns were to help and teach students.
In the middle ages nuns would eat fish, fruit, turnips, legumes. They also would eat eggs, onions, melons and bread.
In a monastery or abbey
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.
In an nunnery. Monks lived in Monerstrys.
Yes, but this was discovered and out-lawed over time
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.
The nuns job was to provide food for the poor, care for the sick and accommodation for for pilgrims and travellers.
cared for the sick and poor
There was no particular class associated with nuns in the Middle Ages. Nuns were not technically members of the clergy, even if they were highly educated. They could have come from backgrounds that were peasant, noble, or even royal. But technically, they had no class. Perhaps this would make them fit some definitions of the middle class, but middle class implies things that do not fit well with what a nun was.
Mainly fruits and vegetables that they grew in their cloister's gardens.
they didnt only munks and nuns went to school
There were lots and lots of monks in the Middle Ages. Nuns, too. Roger Bacon was a famous monk of the period, and Hildegard of Bingen was a famous nun.
The structure of the roman catholic church in the middle ages was first the pope, then the cardinals, then the bishop, the priest, and the monks and nuns.
They didn't read. The bible wasn't printed until 1443 and most people, including nuns, couldn't read.
The order was the Pope, Cardinals, Priest and the Monks or Nuns..
They were nuns or abesses. Some were mistresses to clergy.