Why was cottages so smokey in the middle ages?
because they used wood smoke as a deorderant in the middle ages
Poor people far outnumbered middle class in the Middle Ages. The serfs and other peasants were the great majority of the population, and the Middle Class was very small. So there were more cottages for poor people than middle class houses.
Most houses were peasant cottages, and most of these had one room, with possibly a loft. Large houses could be gigantic, and have so many rooms you would not want to count them.
Why is the yeoman in the middle ages so sun tanned
Rome didn't exist in the middle ages. The fall of Rome caused the middle ages, so there was no king and no children.
well we are middle ages people! so how do we live with our animals?
People used sundials in the Middle Ages. You can read more about it at the Related Link. Clocks were invented during the Middle Ages, so there were a few, at least.
What is important about middle ages, lord, and serfs is their interdependence.
Because religion was so important during the Middle Ages, most people owned Bibles.
Most historians date the Middle Ages from 476 to 1453. The 14th century was from 1301 to 1400, so it was clearly entirely within the Middle Ages, and part of the Middle Ages happened after the 14th century.
Electronic payment systems were not preferred in the Middle Ages. The middle Ages did not have any computers, so electronic payment systems were not invented yet.
The next age after the Middle Ages was the Renaissance or Early Modern Age. There is a bit of overlap between the two, as the Renaissance is taken as beginning about 1350 and the Middle Ages ending about 1450 or so.
The Middle Ages were also called the Age of Faith.
Babylon didn't exist in the middle ages, so they didn't move there.
Sorry, the Tudors ruled after the Middle Ages ended, so the question is moot.
During the Middle Ages, books were produced by writing them by hand, one at a time. That is why they were so expensive.
Religion was very important in the middle ages. there was a church in the middle of every village and religion effected all aspects of life.
The word "medieval" is the adjective used to indicate something was from the Middle Ages, so the meanings of these two terms are very closely related. The term Dark Ages usually appears as an old designation for the time of about the 5th century to the 11th century. This time is now usually referred to as the Early Middle Ages, and is regarded as the first half of the Middle Ages. After the Early Middle… Read More
No. The middle ages ended about or close to 1400. Elizabeth I was queen in 1533, so she was after and at the start of the Renaissance
I really don't know that's why i asked you so if you can please tell me what the knights of middle ages wear
Because back in the Middle Ages they didn't have satellites. They just estimated the landscape. So that is why the were not perfect.
Rome fell to the barbarians and when this happened in 410 AD the world was thrown into chaos. No services or government existed so the "dark ages" or middle ages began.
There was a certain overlap between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, particularly in Italy, where the Renaissance began about a hundred years before the Middle Ages ended. So there was a point when they were the same. Fashions change, however, and this was especially true in both the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Apart from that bit of overlap, clothing of the Renaissance and the Middle Ages were different.
The religion of Mormonism didn't exist in the middle ages. The middle ages were from 410 AD to 1400 and Joseph Smith didn't create the religion until the 1800's in the United States. During the middle ages the only religion was the Catholic. So to answer your question they didn't settle anywhere.
the middle ages were 5th century through to the 15th century and we are now in the 21st century so that would make it over 600 hundred years ago when the middle ages were around.
Yes, I guess so
The Middle Ages are also called medieval times. They are also called the Age of Faith. The meaning of the term Middle Ages varies, as in some places it is considered to be the time from 476, or so, to 1453. In other places, the Middle Ages are taken to mean the time from 1000 or 1066 to about 1400 or 1453, and the earlier time is called the Dark Ages.
People in the middle ages didn't bathe often so they were not usually clean. So instead women would spray on perfumes and wear flowers.
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… Read More
There was one church and one religion in the middle ages and that was Catholic. So, any timeline would be of the Catholic Church.
Most people who talk of Roman times are referring to the period of the Roman Empire ending with the fall of the West Roman Empire in the 5th century. This happened before the Middle Ages began. The word medieval means the same as Middle Ages, so the early medieval times are the same as the Early Middle Ages, but that is only part of the Middle Ages.
No, the term medieval refers to the middle ages. One thing to understand, however, is that the Renaissance began before the Middle Ages ended, so there was a time of about a hundred years that were in both.
What ideas plans laws did Napoleon Bonaparte offer to the french people that made him so popular in the middle ages?
Napoleon ruled in the 1800's. Not the Middle Ages.
chocolate have been discovered by the spanish people. at what we call the renaissance, when they discovered the Americas and got to the Mayas. so no, chocolate was not present in the middle ages.
i habve no idea
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… Read More
Nearly all the histories I have read say that the Renaissance began before the Middle Ages ended, so there was some overlap. I think possibly all of them would have put 1454 into the Renaissance. The dates I have seen for the end of the Middle Ages range from 1400 to 1517. Most of them have been 1453, but a few have been 1492 or 1400. So some, but possibly not most, historians would put… Read More
Way back then in the Middle Ages, they didn't have cars, trains, buses, airplanes etc. so they traveled on horses. They also traveled on ships.
No. The engine was invented yet, so neither was the train. It won't be until the 1800's that the train is invented. This is several hundred years after the middle ages.
The 14th century was in the Middle Ages or medieval times, but the Middle Ages lasted from the 5th century to the 15th, and so included much more.
feudalism was important in the middle ages because it showed weather you were a big part of medieval times.It also showed who was on top and who was at the bottom.
In middle ages, a prince should actually has knowledge in economy, government and manners, military strategy so he should master sword techniques.
The classes the people of the Middle Ages wrote about were the nobility, the clergy, and the peasants. There was always a middle class, made up of merchants, craftsmen, and so on, but they might not even have had a name for this group.
The Middle Ages lasted a 1000 years ( from 410 AD to 1400) so it didn't really come "in between" two ages since it lasted so long. I guess you could say it was after the Roman fall and the Age of Exploration.
Elementary school is usually kindergarten, and then grades 1 to 5, so that would be ages 5-11. Then middle school is usually grades 6 to 8, or ages 11-14. In some school districts, they keep 6th grade in elementary school and only have grades 7 and 8 in middle school, so in that case it would be ages 5-12 in elementary and 12-14 in middle school.
So THE KING AND QUEENS CAN LIVE THERE
they were paid by what the found so it varied
They wanted land
I think so but I`m not sure....
Generally, the Middle Ages are not considered part of the modern period. Historians have long debated whether to include the Renaissance in the modern period. As the date between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance is somewhat nebulous, many historians refer to the period from 1450/1600 as the "Early Modern Period". So no, the Middle Ages did not happen after the modern time period.
There were times in the Middle Ages that popes tried to stop wars. The Church also tried to regulate wars so as to make them more humane.