because people thought pilgrimage was a way to say sorry to God if they have commited a sin.
And the medicines were not very developed, by going to pilgrimage, they thought they could be cureed/ healed of their illness
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.
i habve no idea
The Middle Ages were also called the Age of Faith.
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.
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.
because god said so
it was popular so they needed it to get famous
it is important to be self sufficient so other people do not have to do your work
because at the middle age you can differentiate between good and bad.
it was so important because there was a surplus of food, many villages, and many people.
because people was scxared that the devil would kill them
Germany & England Have Been Well Known For Their Cutlery
Why is the yeoman in the middle ages so sun tanned
wrote by a really ugly virgin no: they basically cause feudalism to start! they were VERY important
beacause it was the start of the war of the roses
Middle age is the age of discovery. It is the age between modern period, medieval period and antiquity.
The sandwich wasn't invented until the 1700's by the Earl of Sandwich, so it wasn't important in the middle ages.
it is important, because poor people needed help and so the churches can help them become one of them to be protected
because they used wood smoke as a deorderant in the middle ages
well we are middle ages people! so how do we live with our animals?
Geography was important in the Middle Ages because they helped make maps and people who sailed across the oceans needed to where to go so they needed a map of the world.
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.
There were a number of plagues during the Middle Ages. The one you are asking about is most likely the Black Death, which arrived in Europe in 1347 and went on for five years or so. The Black Death was one of the most important events of the Middle Ages and had a profound effect on society. Another important medieval plagues was the Plague of Justinian, in the 6th century.
because a farmer needed someone to talk to too forgive his sins