Norman peasants ate a lot of bread which was made from a rye grain. The ate stews with vegetables, berries, and nuts. They ate very little meat as doing so could have them punished by their lords.
Beef, pork and venison - which the English peasants had to hunt or farm for their masters (but never eat) under the name of cattle, pigs and stags.LOL HAHAHA :3
Most of the people are or were peasants. Peasants do the work, maintain the population, fight the wars and keep the economy running.
No < It can't be no because the definition of a peasant is "working class" which makes alot of humans: peasants.
In a village
Peasants suffered under the burden of higher taxes during the French Revolution. Peasants suffered social, economic,and political inequalities. Peasants suffered from out-of-date feudal dues that were being collected with renewed vigor, leading up to the Revolution.
The Norman Conquest was led by William the Duke of Normandy.
there would be an area at the bottom called a bailey where there would be a village for peasants. Hope this helps! =D
i was told that peasants didnt eat much. They had to get by mainly on veg and fruit that they grew.
They used to use their fingers !
Peasants usually ate foods like this: Bread Oatmeal Ale Milk Corn Vegetables Fruits Stew Peasants didn't eat meat often and often had fruit for dessert. Hope this Helps!
Peasants, the birds.
black bread and ale
eat the pants
I believe peons, serfs and rubes are peasants. Peasants usually farm for food, some hunt, I believe. They are said to eat mostly cabbage and barley.
they would probably eat bread or porrige
like the people they eat scraps of food and food people give theme
feudal peasants since this was feudalism's most known war story.