answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

Many medieval peasants starved. However, during the medieval era the church served as a large social organization. It would have tried to feed the starving masses and move them to a different area where there was food and work.

User Avatar

Wiki User

βˆ™ 10y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What happened when medieval peasants ran out of food?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Continue Learning about History of Western Civilization

What role did merchants play in the growth in medieval town?

merchants ran very sizable businesses also they dominated the town and grew very wealthy


What was the main food the people in the middle ages ate?

Are you talking about Britain? Apples, basically. They would also have harvested wild fruits such as berries of all kinds (not strawberries). In warmer parts of Europe they would have had more choice, e.g. plums and quinces. Hope this helps!


What were the main stages in training of a craftsman in a medieval town?

There were three main stages in the professional life of a medieval craftsman.Apprentice - this was the learning stageJourneyman - this was the stage of gaining experience, often while traveling - hence the nameMaster - the top rung on the ladder; the Masters ran the Guilds


What year was the 13 century's in?

The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.The 13th century ran from the year 1201 to 1300.


Explain the mutual obligations between lord and serfs under the manor system?

The peasant's obligations to the Lord of the Manor were based mostly on farming work. The peasant would work large proportions of their day on the land of their Lord, the rest of their day would be put toward farming for themselves and their family. This is why peasants often had large families, as they often did not have enough time to properly support their family and thus needed as many family members as possible to help with the farming. In exchange for working on their Lord's land, peasants were given small plots of lands for themselves and their family. Aswell as the plot of land, peasants were promised protection by their Lords. That means the peasants or villeins had to work 5 days a week (weekwork they used to call it though)

Related questions

When did Ōtate no Ran happen?

Ōtate no Ran happened in 1579.


When did Ran Online happen?

Ran Online happened in 2004.


What role did aristocrats play in medieval Europe?

They were the nobility and ran the government with the Church.


A nobles importances to a medieval manor?

They owned it, ran it, and used it. Everyone worked for them and the king.


What is the musical time period is 1155-1190?

Medieval ... which ran until the year 1400.


Know any tree and cows puns?

What happened to the cow when it ran into a tree? Udder destruction! What happened to the cow when it ran into a tree. It was a mooving experience!


Where did the Incas get food?

No they planted hunted and fished. If they had a surplus, it lasted for 3 to 7 years. The surplus happened because it was by accident.


What happened to the tranny?

He got scared and ran off.


What happened if WW1 soldiers ran out of ammo?

They replenished it.


What happened when the charter for the National Bank ran out In?

QAASAD


What happened when the monster ran away with circus?

he died


What problem arose because Jamestown started looking for gold as soon as they arrived?

they ran out of food