What was the primary occupation for German men in the middle ages?
90% of Europe farmed
Mercantile was the primary occupation along with farming during the the Middle Ages.
Feudalism and feudal monarchies where the primary form of government during the middle ages.
Production of iron was a primary occupation since it proved quite profitable. Many industries that were developing at that time required the use of iron products. This made iron production a lucrative venture.
The timeline for the middle ages is regarded as being from 410 the end of roman occupation to 1485 "the death of King Richard III".
Charles the Fat, Henry the Fowler, and Otto the Great were among the German kings of the Early Middle Ages. There were others.
The growth of modern capitalism.
if by middle ages you mean 1400s or 1500s, it varies by area. Germans talked German, English talked English, etc.
The primary religion of Zimbabwe during the Middle Ages (and its successor state, the Kingdom of Mutapa) was a native faith referred to today as the "Cult of Mwari".
Answer 1: They liked to watch people being burnt at the stake and go to festivels where gypsies performed and marketers sold items. Answer 2: Well, European Middle Ages : Crusades Magna Carta Occupation of King William Japanese Middle Ages : 47 Ronin outbreak
Wool and linen were the primary fabrics.
portray the spiritual world
The Catholic church was the primary force in the middle ages and the other force was the need to stay alive which became a feudal society.
They don't have middle school in England. He went to primary school from the ages of 4-11 and secondary school from the ages of 11 until he joined One Direction when he was 16.
Middle school and High school ages depend entirely on individual school and when they set their Middle School. They vary from anywhere in years 6-9 (ages 10 - 15) for Middle school to Years 9-12 for High school (ages 14 - 18). Many schools do not have a Middle school, but separate into Primary and Secondary.
The middle class that rose to power in Europe after the Middle Ages was MOST associated with which occupation?
The middle class in Europe arose from traders and merchants who exploited the increased interest in goods and products from foreign lands to build their personal wealth.
There was plenty of intellectual progress in the Middle Ages. The age of universities began in the Middle Ages, and by the end of the age, there were over seventy of them in Europe. The first primary schools opened even as the Middle Ages were starting. King's School in Canterbury opened in 597 and the Beverley Grammar School, which opened in 700, was state run. There is a long list of important medieval inventions, and… Read More
The Middle Ages did not occur in only one country. Each country had its own dialect. Some languages spoken in the Middle Ages were: Medieval Latin Old English Old French Medieval High German Welsh Coptic Tocharian Mongol See the Related Link for more information.
That depends very much on the country. People in Flanders, for example, spoke Flemish, a dialect of Middle High German.
Its origin goes back to the Byzantine Empire (Eastern Roman Empire) in the Middle Ages.
The UK doesn't have a Middle School. We only have Primary School and Secondary School. But our Primary school is a mix of your Elementry school and Middle school rolled into one. So Primary School age groups are: Nursery (not really counted, you don't have to go) - Ages 3-4 Reception - Ages 4-5 Year 1 - Ages 5-6 Year 2 - Ages 6-7 Year 3 - Ages 7-8 Year 4 - Ages 8-9 Year… Read More
The German surname Boren is first found in the region of Westphalia, during the Middle Ages.
Martin Luther was German and lived in the middle ages. he married in 1525
The proud and noble German surname of Baeza arose during the Middle Ages in Austria as an occupational surname, to denote a person who was a collector of fines.
If the German alchemist lived after 900 AD, then yes. They became more common as time went on.
Walker is an English (especially Yorkshire) and Scottish occupational name for a fuller. Middle English walkere, means 'to walk' . This was the regular term for the occupation during the Middle Ages in western and northern England.
Chamberlain is a boy's name meaning "chief officer". If you're asking about the occupation, a chamberlain was an administrative post for a royal or noble house in the Middle Ages.
The third period of the Middle Ages was the Late Middle Ages. The first is called the Early Middle Ages or the Dark Age. The second period was the High Middle Ages.
The ware fare life in the middle age was a way of life. Rivals lords battled constantly for power. Many nobles began training in boyhood for future occupation as a knight, or mounted warrior.The weapons and armor of the armies in early Middle Ages were catapults, battering rams, archers, cavalry, spears, swords, daggers and shields.
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."
There was no explorers in the middle ages. When exploration started that is when the middle ages ended.
Originally, a German count (Graf) ruled a district (a Grafschaft - county). However, already in the Middle Ages the title proliferated and many ruled nothing. Joncey
The system of German princes electing the king weakened royal authority, so states of Germany didn't unify during the middle ages.
The German kings fail to unite their lands because the agreement of german princes elected of the king faded royal power. The states of Germany did not join during the middle ages cause of it.
No it is German in origin, means God-peace, it was a popular name during the middle ages among crusaders.
Early Middle Ages 400 - 700, High Middle Ages 700 - 1300, Late Middle Ages 1300 -1500.
Before the middle ages was Anquity (Greeks and Romans) and after the middle ages was the Renissance
The handkerchief wasn't made in the middle ages. There is some reported use of them in the time of Henry II, but they really made a big hit in the French court in the late 1700's. It was a required accessory by 1850 in the German court.
Dana Carleton Munro has written: 'A source book of Roman history' -- subject(s): Sources, History 'A history of the middle ages' -- subject(s): Middle Ages, History 'A syllabus of medieval history, 395-1300' -- subject(s): Middle Ages, Outlines, syllabi, Outlines, syllabi, etc, History 'The middle ages' -- subject(s): Middle Ages, History 'Urban and the Crusaders' 'Medieval civilization' -- subject(s): Medieval Civilization 'Medieval civilization: selected studies from European authors' -- subject(s): Medieval Civilization, Middle Ages, History 'German… Read More
The aqueducts that were built by the Romans in various areas were soon broken down and were unable to be used in the middle ages. One of the primary problems in the middle ages was the water was bad and people suffered from water born diseases. So, to answer your question they didn't work and the people didn't know how to repair them or get them to work.
Card games are centurys old. They were played by the Romans and in the middle ages card games and gambling were primary past times.
In English, a knight was a knight, in French he was chevalier, and in German he were called ritter. A knight would have the title, Sir.
A monk from the middle ages
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There was no nylon in the Middle Ages. Nylon was invented in the 20th century; the Middle Ages ended in the 15th.
in the middle ages only the wealthy could afford these goods ,but in the high middle ages there where more goods and more people buying them
the middle ages started in 500 A.D and ends in 1500 A.D the fall of the roman empire started the middle ages (dark ages)
the middle ages name cums from the phrase middle is the centre and the ages part cums from the ages ago phrase ha ha
Japanese Americans were not existent in the middle ages. Even America was nonexistent in the middle ages.
the vikings started the middle ages.
It was not worn in the Middle Ages.