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Q: What would you find in a town square in medieval times?

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Queens got education from personal teachers who came to their kingdom to teach. These teachers were very hard to find in the medieval times.

In medieval Europe, the various sins and moral failings that would cause you to go to hell after death were all defined by the Catholic Church. Most of these are the same as you would find today - suicide, homosexuality, witchcraft (not as popular in the teachings today), blasmephy, failure to confess your sins prior to death, etc.

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You can find deals on Medieval Times if you visit any one of the box office or theatres. You can also find deals on Medieval times if you visit great America and other shows.

I would suggest Wikimedia Commons. If you follow the link below, you will find a wealth of links to subjects, each of which has links to medieval pictures.

Length times widthex. a 1 by 1 square's are would be 1

well there would be as many as they could find and some times there would be up to 3000 men

You would find a Doom painting in a Medieval church

Multiply the length [in feet] times the width [in feet] and then the answer would be the total square footage.

i would say that in a medieval castle you would find a king, queen, princess/prince, court jester, servant's, chief's.

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to find the square root of a number you can use the guess and check method which is kind of complicated to explain with just words but i will answer soon and try searching for "How to do the Guess and Check Method" on Google.com or Bing.com by Microsoft or Ask.com To find the square root of a number with a calculator you hit the weird division thingy... after the number/ before the number depending on type of calculator.

Lets take 9 for example. If you want to find the square root you just find what number times its self equals 9. So in this case it would be 3.

To find the area of a square you must times/multiply the numbers for 2 sides. Example: If you have a square that is 4 inches long and 4 inches wide, the area would be 16 inches.

Good question. I'm trying to find that out aswell.

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