1. Homes in the Middle Ages

Homes provide us with warmth!


a house, apartment, or other shelter that is the usual residence of a person, family, or household.

2. Middle Ages: A thousand-year period that followed the fall of Rome.

3. houses

3. Most medieval homes were cold, damp, and dark. Sometimes it was warmer and lighter outside the home than within its walls. For security purposes, windows, when they were present, were very small openings with wooden shutters that were closed at night or in bad weather. The small size of the windows allowed those inside to see out, but kept outsiders from looking in.
4. The peasant diet consisted of breads, vegetables from their own gardens, dairy products from their own sheep, goats, and cows, and pork from their own livestock. learner.org

4. In simpler homes where there were no chimneys, the medieval kitchen consisted of a stone hearth in the center of the room. This was not only where the cooking took place, but also the source of central heating. In peasant families, the wife did the cooking and baking. learner.org
5. What did the peasant's diet consist of?

5. In a peasant's family who did the cooking and the baking?
7. I feel that the homes in the middle ages had no room and that they were small.

8. Allyah 5th