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.
The buying and selling of goods in medieval times was called bartering. Often goods were bartered at a "faire" where peasants sold their wares to nobles and their servants.
Servants and merely there possessions as they would sleep happily on the floor.
their clothes were made out of burnet and some other materials
no, women didn't participate in anything in medieval times, women were looked down on and it was inappropriate.
Many medieval women had maids. Even the wealthier peasant families had servants in some times and places.
They looked over the town and were responsible for secrurity.
They lived very well with a rich diet and many servants
many servants, its was almost like a small palace, ench department had its own set of servants
The only 'tool' that a noble in medieval times would use was his knife and possibly fork. Every other tool was for use of their servants.
Noble woman in medieval times would never cook, as that was the servants job.
Medieval times are also called the middle ages.
No...they were servants of the kind in medieval times...i dont think they got paid at all
The occupants of a castle were royal members of society in medieval times such as kings, queens, knights and servants.
nobles were normal people in medieval times but they were second in the chain look: kings and queens lords and ladies (A.K.A nobles) monks and knights peasents, servants, and fields men
they were called servers
The etymology of medieval is French medium aevum "middle age".
Sort of, but they called it a "lyre". The modern autoharp (lap harp) is a highly evolved version of the lyre.Another answer:They also had harps in medieval times, which they called "arpas". They looked almost exactly like the small lever harps that we have today. See related link, below.
Executioners. (And the correct question should be "What were the people who beheaded others in medieval times called?").
The medieval craftsman association was called a guild.
Queen/King Prince Princess Jester servants knight horse (its a dumb answer but its a Feud answer)
in the medieval times they were called knights