First facts about the Middle Ages
Peter Bedrick Books, May 1, 1997 - History - 31 pages
Surveys the dwellings, occupations, food, religion, festivals, cathedrals, clothing, diseases, and customs that prevailed in Europe during the Middle Ages.
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Castles were empty most of the time
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