A monk from the middle ages
It was very bad they could not marry and lived only to document events and serve god
A peaceful, spiritual, religious man seeking enlightenment.
There were lots and lots of monks in the Middle Ages. Nuns, too. Roger Bacon was a famous monk of the period, and Hildegard of Bingen was a famous nun.
Erasmus a monk, St. Thomas Moore and
In a monastery. They could not leave the monastery besides the exception of the fryer.
a group of community men who vows to poverty and religious beliefs
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Roger Bacon was a famous English monk, who is credited for advancing science a good deal. Hildegard von Bingen was a famous German nun who was a poet and expert in healing herbs.
A monk usually lived in a monastic community. There he would pray, chant or sing and do other chores to help his group such as farming, baking, making cheese and wine, or copying books or illustrating books.
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A male member of a religious order that originally relied solely on alms Well, I thought a friar was a monk who conducted services with his holy group of people.
A monk is someone who dedicates their life to God, once they become a monk they agree to lead a simple life. They are restricted from having any relationships.
I think you may be reffering to the Renaissance because there was no school in the middle ages. ----- There were a lot of schools in the Middle Ages, and about seventy of them are still open today. I don't think they had uniforms, however. A lot of the schools were in monasteries, and the monks had uniform habits (clothes), but these were related to the monastic life, rather than the schools, and a student who was not a monk or novice would not have worn a habit, because they related to the order, not the school.
I have read that 90% to 95% of all people were involved in agriculture in the middle ages. You should bear in mind that agriculture was not only on manors, but also conducted by monastic organizations, so a person could be a monk whose actual job was working on a farm or in an orchard or vineyard.
A member of the Catholic church.
To some extent. The leather apron was worn by men who worked in jobs like blacksmithing and of course the monk wore his robes.
The life of a monk is quite simple. All day, monks usually pray or go to Mass. They also fast alot. There is certainly not alot to say about the lifestyle of a monk.
Gandhi started out as a lawyer, but yes he did become a monk later in his life
They have brought countries together, as well as tearing them apart. The Islams took over almost all the Middle East a while back and spread technology, some religions were the only way to get educated in the middle ages, becoming a nun or monk.
The avrage life span of the Hawaiian Monk Seal in the WILD is from 25 to 30 years. That is in the wild
The monk is in the mountains. You have to go through a series of caves to get to him.
The word "serf" means slave and a monk was of the clergy. They were different people with different stations in life.