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What is a wound man in medieval times?

A "Wound Man" was used in medieval medicine.It was an illustration of a man with various "wound" or injuries which could be obtained through battle and a brief description of treatment.


In the Medieval Times what was the Sir and Dame?

Sir is a knight or nobile man Dame is a noble woman


If you were part of a noble family in Medieval Times who would you have to ask to get married?

In medieval time the marrage was mostly not your chose. The man and the wife would not meet even before they were married. They married for money and not love in that time.


What is medieval man?

The place of Medieval men in society was not dictated so much by gender It was dictated by sex, or even by which nation they lived in during Medieval times. The main factor that decided where a man's (or usually for that matter, a woman's) place in society was wealth, because wealth dictated your position on the social hierarchy. It is from a position of wealth, or lack of it, that dictated a man's place in Medieval society. For the common peasant, life during Medieval times was hard, brutal, and usually short. The common man had a strong, steadfast belief in God, in the basic virtues of Christianity (as much as he could understand it since scripture was read in Latin), but yet the Devil seemed to be hiding in every alley and behind every tree to force evil, and droughts were not sad pictures on a television screen, but life threatening situations. A man would need to work the land, pay any taxes or homage necessary to the noble that ruled over the area, and fulfill any other responsibilities demanded of him.


What are 3 words that describes a medieval man?

Strong, Big and scary

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What was a man called when he pledged his loyalty to another of higher rank in return for land in medieval times?

A vassal


What was the man who looked after the servants in Medieval Times called?

The STEWARD was the name for the man who was in charge of the lesser servants. *Another answerer responds: Men were too busy with war in medieval times. It was a woman who looked after the houehold and she was called the lady of the house. NOTE: This answer contradicts the information provided by the related link "The Medieval Household", but everyone has their own opinion.


What was a ship man in medieval times?

A world- traveler


What is a wound man in medieval times?

A "Wound Man" was used in medieval medicine.It was an illustration of a man with various "wound" or injuries which could be obtained through battle and a brief description of treatment.


Was a baker in the medieval times a girl or a boy?

No, it was an adult (either a woman or a man).


Was William Shakespeare a trash man?

He was not a trash man, he was a sanitation engineer.


When was One Man's Trash created?

One Man's Trash was created in 1997.


Was a man called a lord and a woman called a lady after a wedding ceremony in medieval times?

No, the wedding had nothing to do with the titles. The titles came from the King and inheritance. Getting married didn't give people a title.


What were dating norms during Medieval Times?

Dating is a new concept that just found its way into our society in the 20th century. I'm guessing that in medieval times, either man and wife were betrothed (chosen by parents), or the man would pay the woman's father in order to ask her hand in marriage. Why do you want to live in medieval times or something? Ha ha


Who collected all the trash bags?

trash man


How was the medieval man different from the Renaissance man?

Renaissance man have more science then the medieval man.


What is the summum bonum of man..why it is called the highest good?

The the summum bonum of man is derived from Latin and it means the highest good. It is called the highest good since it is said to have all the other goods in it. This was used in medieval times to define a righteous life in communion with God.