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What was the man who looked after the servants in Medieval Times called?

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The STEWARD was the name for the man who was in charge of the lesser servants. *Another answerer responds: Men were too busy with war in medieval times. It was a woman who looked after the houehold and she was called the lady of the house. NOTE: This answer contradicts the information provided by the related link "The Medieval Household", but everyone has their own opinion.

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