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by P. Davies
Author: P. Davies
Publisher: Main Line Book Co; 1st Edition edition (June 1, 1980)
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In the Middle Ages most people lived on a manor. It was a village with a castle, a church and some land around it. The king gave land to his most important noblemen and bishops
In the Middle Ages most people lived on a manor. The king gave land to his most important noblemen and bishops. They promised to give the king soldiers for his armies. In the Middle Ages most people lived on a manor.
Learn and revise about what life was like, how people lived, and what work people did in the Middle Ages with . A medieval town would seek a charter giving it the right to become a borough. The rich merchants would then be allowed to choose a mayor and hold a market.
A medieval town would seek a charter giving it the right to become a borough. Houses were made of a wooden frame, with the gaps filled with woven strips of wood, known as 'wattle', and covered, or 'daubed', with clay and horse-dung.
Published June 1980 by Main Line Book Co. Written in English.
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However, Singman's book focuses only on life in England, and each chapter is shorter and less detailed. Singman discusses bread in one paragraph, while Newman takes two pages to talk about not only bread but every grain that was used in bread. This book covers virtually EVERYTHING you could possibly want to know about like in the middle ages - food, clothing, arms and armour, castles, towns, peasants, just OODLES of details left out or ignored in other books.
The Middle Ages were the days of the monks and of the armoured knights. During the sixteenth century the knights armed in full panoply disappeared; monasteries and nunneries were suppressed wholesale, or, as in England, vanished altogether; the clergy, regular and secular, ceased to be a prominently picturesque element. But throughout the ages which preceded the Reformation the monasteries were not merely picturesque; they performed functions which were of vital importance.
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