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What did a Chapman do in medieval times?

A medieval Chapman was an itinerant trader. He wandered from village to village selling items he carried in a basket he carried. I take part in 15th century reenactment and portray this aspect of medieval life and i can tell you that carrying 20 kg of stock all day is pretty tough, but good when you get a sale.


What time frame were the medieval times?

410 AD to 1400. ----- The dates most commonly given by historians for the Middle Ages are 476 to 1453. Many historians point out that these dates are too precise, as they give the impression that things changed for people in those years, and so some historians simply use 5th century to 15th century.


What is a Fletcher in medieval times?

The modern surname Fletcher derives from a medieval trade, that of the flechier (Anglo-Norman French), who assembled all the pieces that go to make up arrows.The name comes from the word fleche, an arrow. Medieval longbow arrows were around 32 inches long and anything up to half an inch thick, with three feathers (commonly goose) from the same wing of a bird attached at one end and an iron point at the other. The feathers were cut down to create a triangular or half-shield shape; they had to come from the same wing because they have a natural "twist" and must all turn in the same direction, rotating the arrow in flight.Feathers were both glued and tied on with a tight wrapping of fine silk or linen thread. Doing this correctly is a great skill and takes a great deal of practice.From the 11th century, almost all English arrow points had a socket - this distinguishes them from Continental points which often only have a flat tang. Points came in a wide range of shapes, mainly designed to cause maximum blood loss when hunting wild animals, or to penetrate armour in warfare.


Which invention ended the open range?

the barbed wire


Today it is common to think of the Western canon as it stood in the 19th and early 20th centuries as narrow because most of the works?

in the canon were written by white, male authors. This limited perspective excluded the voices and experiences of women, people of color, and other marginalized groups. This narrow view of the canon has been challenged and expanded in recent years to include a more diverse range of voices and perspectives in literature and art.

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What conclusions can you draw about the range of medieval Taste in literature Morte d Arthur?

The range of medieval taste in literature, particularly in texts like "Morte d'Arthur," showed a fascination with chivalry, honor, romance, and heroic deeds. These texts often reflected the values and ideals of the time, such as loyalty, bravery, and courtly love. The popularity of stories like "Morte d'Arthur" suggests a widespread interest in tales of adventure, knights, and the Arthurian legend during the medieval period.


Hou would you define term breadth of literature?

Breadth of literature means a wide range of literature.


The range of values of a specific color is called?

Contrast.


Where can you read medieval books online for free legally?

You can read medieval books online for free through websites like Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, and Google Books, which offer public domain works. Additionally, many universities and libraries provide access to digital archives that include a wide range of medieval texts.


What has the author Stephen Biesty written?

Stephen Biesty has written: 'Incredible Body' 'Stephen Biesty's cross-sections : castle' -- subject(s): Castles, Civilization, Medieval, Juvenile literature, Medieval Civilization, Pictorial works 'Millennium Dome Pop-up Book (DK Millennium Range)' 'Castle Cross-sections' 'El Asombroso Libro del Interior de Las Cosas' 'Incredible Cross Sections' -- subject(s): Juvenile literature, Interior architecture, Themes, motives, Architecture 'Egypt in spectacular cross-section' -- subject(s): Civilization, Juvenile literature


What does 5000 x1 or 20000 x1 mean in regards to HD televisions?

It is referring to contrast ratio. Contrast ratio is the range from blackest black to whitest white. that said "dynamic contrast" is B.S. (a huge manipulation of the numbers). Look for "Native contrast"


How does American literature of the early twentieth century differ from American literature of the nineteenth century?

Twentieth-century literature covers a broad range of subjects from diverse contributors.


How do you spell contarst?

The likely word is the transposition contrast (comparing differences, or brightness range).


Why is the nickname The Land of Contrast?

The nickname "The Land of Contrast" may refer to a country or region with diverse landscapes, cultures, or climates. The contrast can range from differences in geography and weather to social customs and traditions within the same area.


What us dynamic contrast ratio?

Ultra dynamic contrast ratio is the difference between the darkest and brightest image a TV can have. Ultra dynamic contrast ratio is used in LCD technology and it provides a wide range of brightness and color.


What has the author Fred B Myers written?

Fred B. Myers has written: 'The range of literature: nonfiction prose' -- subject(s): English prose literature, Readers


What is the range of children's literature?

A question, though related to children, yet it is worth more than its price! Children literature can range on vivid scale. You cannot try to limit it, nor you can try to protract it to some length. Aesop's Tale, I would like to say, are the best example of children literature in ideal sense. Children literature may, strictly saying, delight and make the children learn at the same time.