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Life in the middle ages

Life in the middle ages

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First ed. published in one volume : Constable, 1910.

Statementselected, translated and annotated by G.G. Coulton. Vol.4, Monks, friars and nuns.
SeriesThe Cambridge anthologies
ContributionsCoulton, G. G. 1858-1947.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20140199M

In some places, they also had to bake their bread in the lord's oven. In the 13th century more were founded at Bologna, Padua and Paris. This could include harvesting crops, cleaning, creating garments, providing educational and medical services, and cooking and preparing food for the order. Schools didn't exist as we know them today.

The basic Frankish silver coin was the denarius or denierwhile the Anglo-Saxon version was called a penny. At the time of his death inPippin left his kingdom in the hands of his two sons, Charles r. University of Toronto Press by Barbara H. Although often the only thing they could do was offer food and shelter. Their wives were also kept busy. Their parents arranged their marriage for them.

If you got past the drawbridge and the first portcullis you would have to fight your way to the second portcullis and the defenders would not make it easy for you. Apart from the libraries associated with mosques, there were many large collections housed in palaces and the homes of the wealthy. Gold continued to be minted until the end of the 7th century in when it was replaced by silver in the Merovingian kindgon. However, they did not have enough food to keep many animals throughout the winter. They didn't have their own land, but they got land from the lords.


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Among the poor, the better-educated priests might teach some children to read and write - a little. However, whenever they could people traveled by water.

There were also tourneys fights between teams. Poor people could not afford to wear expensive cloth anyway! In the Middle Ages medicine was dominated by the ideas of Galen and the theory of the four humors.

Below him were the barons or tenants-in-chief.

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