The price of a horse, according to a Medieval Sourcebook (link below) was 10 to 20 shillings for a draft hourse, but could go to twenty times that, or more, for a fine riding horse or a war horse. At that time, a laborer would earn about forty shillings per year, according to the same source. The source shows a lot of variation in prices, so should not be taken as absolute.
Early gunpowder in the Middle Ages is coarse and crude and burned slowly with minimal blasting effects. As the English people learned how to refine their powder, their once simple cannons, became powerful weapons capable of taking out castle defense whilst attacking. Eventually guns became developed and the power of the Knight of the Battlefield, waned.
land in the middleages cost money because you had to pay taxes for land. merchants and craftsmen were on the outside of the fudal system and made there own money so they did need land
Travel was dangerous because the Roman army no longer existed to protect travelers and it took months/years to make a round trip to and from Europe to Asia. Merchants were attacked for their goods on the road, weather conditions halted travel or often killed people because of floods and snowstorms, the roads were not kept up and accidents happened going over mountain passes and on cliffs, and the cost finally kept merchants from going after goods.
The spinning wheel was one of the inventions introduced to Europe from the East during the Middle Ages. The oldest picture of a spinning wheel was drawn in Baghdad in 1237. It was recorded in Europe in 1280. The spinning wheel greatly decreased the amount of labor required to manufacture fabrics. It made it possible for some women to support themselves as spinsters, who specialized in the production of yarn and thread, freeing other women to do other things. This was a step towards an industrialized society. Because the labor needed to make fabric was decreased, so was the cost of the fabrics. This lead to changes in the types of clothing people used. Linen became so inexpensive that people began to regard it as something to be disposed of when it was worn, instead of repairing it. Large quantities of rags were produced in the 13th and 14th centuries, which led to the idea of using it to make paper. The excess paper available in the 15th century was very important. Without large quantities of paper, mechanical printing is impractical.
Armour, like every aspect of medieval life, changed and evolved over the very long middle ages. At first armour was simply a mail coat over a padded linen garment, plus a simple helmet; then mail leggings, hood and mittens were added; in the 13th century added protection in the form of elbow and knee-plates of metal or hardened leather was introduced; in the 14th century coats of plates and plate armour began to appear until by the 1400s full suits of elaborate plate armour were made. Naturally armour became more expensive as time went on and the work involved became much more specialised, but armour was always relatively expensive and outside the reach of most of the population. In 1204 a suit of mail and clothes provided to one Thomas Sturmy at his knighting ceremony cost the huge sum of £6 18 shillings - at that time a carpenter (for example) earned around 6 shillings and 8 pence a year (about 1/30th of the cost of the armour and clothes). By 1374 the armour owned by a particular knight cost £16 6 shillings and 8 pence; but the Duke of Gloucester's armour in 1397 was valued at £103 - this gives some idea of the wide range of quality and workmanship in armours.
I feel there are two questions here:Serfs could never ever afford a horse in the middle ages.The cost of feed: The cost of feed was immaterial as to own a horse you had to be rich enough that others were paying you tax and how they paid was farm products mostly.
It was called poaching and could cost you your life.
most likely the smallest denomination, like a penny
In today's value the cost of a 5 bedroom house.
Um it was made from any fabric they could find, but it had to be low cost or no cost also bright colours
The trade was always through the feudal system. It was always heavily taxed. This made it very difficult to trade any goods due to the high cost.
In South Africa, the cost of a horse can be around R30,000. Looking after the horse can cost around R2,500 per month.
Reduces the gestation time. If your horse ages 1 month at a time it will make her age 2 when pregnant. If your horse ages 2 months at a time it will make her age 5 while pregnant
In the middle ages this task would normally be performed for a payment of or promissory note for around 100 turnips.
A horse can cost as low as $200 on horsefinder.com. That's the best place to find a horse for sale in your area
horses of different breeds, sizes, and ages cost different prices. the price they are sold for is also based on their bloodlines. But whomever owns the horse being sold chooses the base price. That can be from a dollar to ten-thousand dollars. Owning and caring for a horse can be a lo t of work, but it's worth it when you go for a nice ride. Also, if you can't afford all the expenses of owning a horse, you can always lease one.
A horse cost anywhere from $10 to as much as $200 in that time period, depending on its bloodlines and what it was used for--cow horse, race horse, etc.