The Middle Ages began after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire around 476 A.C.E. It lasted until roughly 1450 A.C.E. There was no government, no law order, and no army to protect them. Also, there was a lot of poverty, barbarians constantly invaded and created conflicts, their church was very strong, and there was illiteracy.
In the European Middle Ages, there were a lot of other civilizations such as the Roman Empire.
Daily Life part I
Feudalism was caused by fighting. The most powerful person was the king. A slighty less powerful person is a Vassal. Vassals get land and promise loyalty to kings. Even lesser people are called Nobels. Nobels got land, and promised loyalty to lesser kings. Feudalism is a rigid social structure. At the bottom of the list were the peasants. The peasants didn't get anything special they just farmed for themselfs and for the kings.
Daily Life part II
The church provided men a chance to be something else. The church is the center of Middle Ages. Every manner had a church and every member of the church learned Latin.
People only ate porridge and bread, but on holidays, they eat meat and fish. They wore clothing made of wool and linen. People mostly lived in small villages. About 50% of the people that lived there died before the age of 18.
People did not bath regularly and therefore, had a lot of diseases. Barbers back then were also doctors. 90% of the people who lived there were peasants. They helped with your teeth and also helped out with something broken. Women were not treated the same way men were. The church were very anti-women.