What were most buildings in the middle ages made of?
they were made of mud bricks and mud mouldings
There were strong beliefs of Christianity, Judaism, and Muslim beliefs. it was during the middle ages when barbarian tribes, as the Romans called them, started the middle ages building castles. now in most of the middle ages it was Christianity that ruled. that's how it came to the crusades. the tribes of castles were also made up of remaining roman soldiers who then also became part of the middle ages. Anyway to sum up the…
What were the most important factors leading to the drastic increase in population during the Middle Ages?
Quick answer: Sort of. Slightly longer answer: Most scholars do not use the term "Dark Ages." This term usually refers to the period from the end of antiquity up until approximately the year 1000 C.E. Most scholars refer to this period as the Early Middle Ages. The is followed by the "High Middle Ages", 1000-1300, and the "Late Middle Ages" from 1300-1500.
Islam begin to spread from Arabia, where it began in the Middle Ages. By the end of the Middle Ages, it had spread through much of Asia and Africa and into Europe. The Muslims lost most of Spain, except for Grenada, but the losses in Spain were very small, compared to the advances they had made elsewhere.
During the Middle Ages, nearly all labor was provided by serfs. Most medieval countries did not permit slaves. Serfs were mostly farmers, but they worked in transportation, manufacture of various products, helping masons and carpenters on buildings, doing forestry, and really any work that was simple labor.
There were advances in just about every area of human endeavor in the Middle Ages. Among the most impressive were advances in law in the Early Middle Ages, and politics, philosophy, science and mathematics in the High Middle Ages and Late Middle Ages. We tend to forget about some of the advances made during this time because they seem so obvious. Someone in Northern Europe of the 11th or 12th century invented chimneys. We take…