Why did women in the middle ages wear a lot of cross jewelry?
it was law
Would you believe that they made Jewelry.
Witchcraft was not a common activity for women in the late Middle Ages.
Some women were literate in the middle ages, but very few.
yes a woman did travel in the middle ages
they wore crowns
look it up on google images. type in middle ages costumes. that should help. if it doesnt, type in middle ages women, but it might turn up and show middle aged women.
In the middle ages, women rebelled by not living up to the standards of society. Women were known to be housewives, however, some women rebelled by going out and looking for an out of the house job.
Hate to tell you this, but for America, the Middle Ages did not exist, but the time it was discovered and colonized the Middle Ages were long past.
What is the basic shape of a Christian church of the Middle Ages A Pentagon B Rhombus C Latin cross D Quatrefoil?
The basic shape of a christian church of middle ages is latin cross.
Answer: no, women did not do that kind of work. Answer: Actually, yes there were women who were blacksmiths and ferriers in the Middle Ages, as medieval records show. There are a couple links below that might be helpful about this, one to a related question on the things medieval women did, the other being a link to a Wikipedia article on horses in the Middle Ages, a section relating to women.
During the middle ages noble women had no opportunity no learn how to read and write.
During the Middle Ages and Renaissance in Europe women worshipped in churches.
In the middle ages, some women were nurses and housekeepers, and many were not. For more, please use the link below to a related question.
Some duties that women had back in the middle ages where things like cooking and cleaning.Makeing weapons.
women in the middle ages mostly wore their hair up in a head piece would hold it or if they wanted it down they put it in a head piece away from their face
Women held positions of wife,mother,peasant and nun during the Middle Ages.
definitely the Noble women.
In most cases Women were not taught to fight.
"Holy War" "War for the Cross"
An atilliator in the middle ages was the person who made the cross bows ☺
Most women did not hunt during the Middle Ages, but some did. We have artwork showing medieval women who were members of the nobility and royalty hunting. In general when women hunted, they were hawking, which meant that they were hunting birds, but having their hawks catch and kill the birds for them.
Whenever there have been kitchens, some women have worked in them, and others have not. Please see the link below to the question, "What did women do in the medieval ages?"
They were viewed more important then in the early middle ages but, not as important as the men. Please see the related question below.
Because in the middle ages, and indeed to this day in many countries, it was considered more fitting for the men to go to war and for the women to sit at home barefoot and pregnant.
It showed royalty.
no some were women
No, women were not allowed to become doctors in the Middle ages as they were not allowed to attend universities. They did however often provide medical care to people in villages and were allowed to act as midwives and surgeons.
the youngest was 12, boys were 14
They were servants who usually worked for the women of the house.
They hunted and gathered. The women did everything.
middle class girls to women all ages
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They where to stay at home and cook food
It depends. Are you talking married, or unmarried?
Women didn't have any rights. It isn't until the last 20-30 years that rights have been fully given to women. In the middle ages they were considered chattel and were told how to live and what to do by the men in their life. It was also thought that women didn't have enough intelligence to learn. Women were regularly abused and killed.
Craftsmen, both men and women, made clothing, leather goods, furniture, pottery, carpets, musical instruments, jewelry, tools, books, wine, beer, cheese, boats, carriages, weapons, tableware, and many other things.
Most women in the Middle Ages were wives, mothers, artisans, or nuns. Many of them helped their husbands with their businesses, and they also brewed beer and performed midwife duties. At one time, female artisans even had their own guilds. In the late Middle Ages, however, restrictions were placed on women's guilds and also on their property rights.
Most women in the Middle Ages were wives, mothers, artisans, or nuns. Many of them helped their husbands with their businesses, and they also brewed beer and performed midwife duties. At one time, female artisans even had their own guilds. In the late Middle Ages, however, restrictions were placed on women's guilds and also their property rights.
Food, cloth, jewelry. Food from the butcher, cloth from the various trading with imports and exports and jewelry from artisans who create ceremonial pieces for the noble class. Depending on which time period you are referring to middle ages during dark ages the church had the power and the money. During the renaissance nobles and class elite businessmen held the money.
It was extremely hard and epressing, that is for peasant women, royalty had the life!
I believe that chivalry initiated a movement of respect, especially toward women.
in the stone age women were treated like crap just like the middle ages.
women were second class because men had made all these rules
nothing women always just gave birth and cried
1st Answer: There were no "middle class women" in the middle ages. There was no "middle class". This is a modern industrial idea. Women in the middle ages did not have any rights, they didn't have "jobs", they were chattel, and depending on their rank they lived pretty well or pretty badly. If they were a peasant woman they worked from sun up to sun down. They had to cook, take care of children (… Read More
The same place they sing today....The Kitchen of course!
The nuns were in their own services.
cloths with clearly no fashion