• Lords and nobles would attend to business matters in relation to his land. Reports would be heard regarding estate crops, harvests and supplies. Finances - rents, taxes, customs and dues. The lord would also be expected to exercise his judicial powers over his vassals and peasants


  • As the Medieval period progressed the culture changed becoming more refined and elegant. Time was spent on the arts - poetry, music etc
  • Weapon practise
  • Mid morning prayers and a meal
  • In the afternoon the daily life of nobles turned to hunting, hawking or inspecting the estate
  • Evening prayer and then supper in the Hall of the Castle or Manor House
  • After supper there might be some entertainment - music, dancing, jugglers