The religious fervour of the Popes of the Middle Ages transferred into medieval culture.
The castle was a fortified building or set of buildings used to provide permanent or temporary protection and accommodation for kings and queens or important noblemen and their families.
Between the peasants and royalty, however, were well-regarded, privileged and elite families known as nobles or lords.
The Daily life of a Knight during the Middle ages centred around castles or Manors or fighting for his lord and the King during times of war.
A medieval merchant was a business-person that would travel to trade goods with other villages.
The daily life of a peasant in the Middle ages was hard.Medieval Serfs had to labor on the lord's land for two or three days each week, and at specially busy seasons, such as ploughing and harvesting.