Who was in charge of the medieval village?
The lord was the most powerful in the village and there fore was incharge of it...
A Bailiff is a an officer in a medieval village, appointed by the lord or his steward, who was in charge of overseeing the agricultural work of a manor.
Depends on how large a village is.
The web address of the Camlann Medieval Village is: http://www.camlann.org
DESCRIBING A MEDIEVAL VILLAGE I am also trying to describe a medieval village for my homework but i can come up with describing words such as dull, old, gloomy. If you can come up with better words, please let me know asap.
if the essay's on a question then end it on so thats why i thought that a medieval village is better than a medieval town. (for example) or so thats why i thought that "question"
The address of the Camlann Medieval Village is: 10320 Kelly Rd NE, Carnation, WA 98014
They were the surfs
medieval market village
to pay taxes
near by houses in the village.
The Principal chiefs were in charge of the Shawnee Indians. Village chiefs were under the Principal chiefs, the village chiefs were in charge of individual villages.
Medieval lands and villages were organised by the staff of the Lord or Baron of each manor
The medieval bakehouse wasn't even located in the castle. It was near the market and the village.
A village became a town when it received a royal charter to have a permanent marketplace.
Town Officer elected by the people of the village.
medieval market village
the answer is that they placed them in the village stocks.
A miller and a reeve
To supply the people of the village with honey which at that time was the only way of sweetening food.
A medieval carpenter's job was like a every day carpenter. A medieval carpenter in the castle helped to build the whole castle, and a carpenter in the village built the homes of everyone in the village.
an official in the house of a medieval noble....A+
an offical in the hous of a medieval noble
Nuns usually lived in convents, which had their own grounds and were not part of a manor or village
Much of it was forest.
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It comes from a medieval village which was in East Anglia!
It can be found at the village shoppe. Click on the "path to village" option from your dashboard. This will show you the pathway. Click on the sign and go to the village shoppe.
Where was the medieval church positioned in relation to the rest of the village Was it in the centre outskirts why was this?
There was no standard position for the church within a medieval village; it could be sited anywhere inside or outside the village boundary. Many English churches are at one end of the medieval village street, which would be mainly occupied by domestic buildings. Others are placed centrally. The "end of the village street" option is clearly seen in the excavations at the abandoned medieval village at Wharram Percy, where the two manor houses and peasant… Read More
In medieval towns, there was a lot of choice of jobs compared to medieval villages. There was a lot of diversity between town and village in the medieval period. Here are some of the job's in a medieval town: Vicar Knight Minor Blacksmith Stable-boy Pickpocket Butcher Merchant Cook Farrier Jester Courts-man In a medieval village, you were either Freeman or a villein, and you only ever worked on the strip farms.
Medieval lords were the nobles in charge of lands and castles. They owed allegiance to the kings.
to try to protect a village or villages
bailiffs freemens villeins stewards and reeve
It is a village named in medieval times.It is where the battle of Agincort took place.
farming. most inportant are blacksmith, leather worker.
medieval men had loads of jobs but in the village their were villeins who work for the lord. theres the cottar, priest, reeve and bailiff.
A medieval Chapman was an itinerant trader. He wandered from village to village selling items he carried in a basket he carried. I take part in 15th century reenactment and portray this aspect of medieval life and i can tell you that carrying 20 kg of stock all day is pretty tough, but good when you get a sale.
kings and queens
A lord protects a village and is in charge
a medieval merchant would either live in a seperate house in the same village/town or have his house built into his shop :)
Can you Name you a deserted medieval village which disappeared in the fourteenth century because all the people in the village died because of the black death?
Week work was what villein's had to weekly for the lord of the village
The lord of a village or town would live in a manor house.
it would live in a village in a house called a pea
really small and stuffy and somethimes freezing cold
The pantler was in charge of the bread and pantry.
A messor was the village official responsible for the work done in the fields.
it looked like a small village with lots of houses and people
they are from the medieval ages... They are peasants which were not allowed to leave there village in which they lived or to move around freely.