Lord and Ladies

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  • Lords and Ladies of Medival Times
  • Mirror Mirror on the wall may we learn about Ladies, Lords and there Manors.
  • Ladies
  • Lord: Clean the Room and take care of the children! Lady: Yes Sir.
  • Lord
  • Good, are the troops ready for battle!
  • Yes, my King.  All troops are armed an ready.
  • Mirror Mirror on the wall may we learn about Ladies, Lords and there Manors.
  • Where the Servants Sleep
  • A Lord also needed a wife who was called a Lady. Her job was to take care of the manor, run the house, and most importantly to have children.  
  • The Entrance...
  • My House.
  • Beautiful!
  • A Lord was given a fief by the king. The lord was expected to pay taxes to the king and provide soldiers when needed. To do that, the lord was given absolute power over his fief. Within it, a lord's word was the law.
  • Conclusion
  • That is all for now!!!!
  •  All the people who worked in the manor house slept in the Great Hall at night. There might be as many as 100 people sleeping in the Great Hall.Their beds were straw tossed on the stone floor, with a wool blanket tossed on top. It was not comfortable. Servants got up before dawn, but they could not lay down to sleep if the Great Hall was in use by the noble for entertainment, such as a dinner party.
  • The entrance to the manor house was as elaborate as the owner could afford. The entrance way told people how important the noble was who lived in that house.  
  • In conclusion, Lords and Ladies had a very important role in the Middle Ages.  Even though they weren't the nicest of people.
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