Special edition: Social classes
Table of Contents
- An introduction to Federalism
- An overview of clothing in the Middle Ages
- Gender differences
- King and queen's responsibilities
- Nobility's responsibilities
- Knight's responsibilities
- Merchant's, and craftsmen's responsibilities
- Peasant's and surf's responsibilities
An Introduction to Fuedalism
An overview of clothing in the Middle Ages
Clothing during the Middle Ages was more focused on distinguishing between social class and gender and took a leap forward after European women learned how to knit wool from the Egyptians.
King's and queen's responsibilities
Below is a video of a modern day jousting event... (I couldn't watch it on my chrome, so I hope it's what I think it is)
Merchant's and craftsmen's responsibilities
- Merchants- Merchants set up shops and businesses and often sold traded goods from other manors, towns, and even empires. Merchant's were vital for getting goods from one place to another place that lacks that good. Not only did they trade rare goods, but they also kept the town or manor running by supplying people with a place to sell goods and buy the goods they need.
- Craftsmen- Craftsmen made many different goods that were sold in markets, these include, but are not limited to, clothing, leather goods, furniture, and tools. All these products were essential to life in the Middle Ages.