1. Life as a Woman

It wasn't that fair to us

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the female human being

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It should come as no surprise that women, whether they were nobles or peasants, held a difficult position in society. They were largely confined to household tasks such as cooking, baking bread, sewing, weaving, and spinning. However, they also hunted for food and fought in battles, learning to use weapons to defend their homes and castles. Some medieval women held other occupations. There were women blacksmiths, merchants, and apothecaries. Others were midwives, worked in the fields, or were engaged in creative endeavors such as writing, playing musical instruments, dancing, and painting

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Some women were known as witches, capable of sorcery and healing.

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Joan of Arc, or St. Joan, heard voices telling her to protect France against the English invasion. She dressed in armor and led her troops to victory in the early fifteenth century. "The Maid of Orleans" as she was known, was later burned as a witch.

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did women have many rights and are they allowed to do things like men are. Some medieval women held other occupations. There were women blacksmiths, merchants, and apothecaries.

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was it true that that women were burned at the stake because they were thought to be witches. Some women were known as witches, capable of sorcery and healing St. Joan, heard voices telling her to protect France against the English invasion. She dressed in armor and led her troops to victory in the early fifteenth century. "The Maid of Orleans" as she was known, was later burned as a witch.
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this makes me think of when women got there rights to vote and have governmental jobs and not have to always stay home

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