Where would you go if you were to commit a crime in the Middle Ages?
In the middle ages people could not read or write, so they would look at pictures instead to understand the story of the bible. Since this was the only religeon, people had to stick with it or they would be threatened by the pope, the leader of the church, that they had to follow it. The pictures of Hell were so frightning that the people did not dare to commit a sin.
Some people regard the Middle Ages as beginning when the ancient times ended. Others have the ancient times ending in the middle of the 5th century, and the Middle Ages starting in the 11th. According to the first of these, the time between the ancient times and the Middle Ages is called the Early Middle Ages, but the later usage would have it be called the Dark Ages.
What should the appropriate age be for someone to commit a crime and be in the Young Offenders' Act?
The Renaissance time period came after the Dark Ages. ----- It seems most people who use the term Dark Ages are talking about the Early Middle Ages, which is a period from about 450 AD to 1000 AD. They call the following period the Middle Ages. Some people would have the Dark Ages coincide with the Age of Migration, from about 300 to 700, and this would mean it was followed by the second half…
It depends who "you" are. By modern standards, people in the middle ages would seem boorish, rude, and filthy. Most of our social ettiquette dates from after the middle ages. In the east, bathing was more common in the middle ages, but other practices (such as bathroom... things...) were disgusting pretty much everywhere.
Medieval is an adjective which describes the period of time known as the middle ages. So by saying something is medieval you are saying that it comes from the middle ages. Examples: That sword is medieval. In medieval times, knights dominated the battlefield. If you want to use medieval as a noun then you have to you the term "middle ages". Examples: That sword is from the middle ages. In the middle ages, knights dominated…
A weaver in the middle ages wove cloth. Just like weavers before and after the middle ages. Some expanded information: In the early middle ages weaving was a home craft. In the later middle ages with the growth of towns and cities weaving became a regular profession organized into guilds. This was in part due to the development of more complex looms that a typical peasant would not likely posses.