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What did people do at a Medieval festival?

People usually had jesters and entertainers perform before actually jousting, there was also archery contests involved, winners received new armor, money and archers received a "silver bugle horn and a silver baldric" (a silver horn which archers blew into to warn villagers they were hunting in the forest and a case to hold the horn)


Where did the saying around the horn come from?

Around the horn was coined by the way ships sailed around Cape Horn before the Panama Canal was built, players did it as a way to ensure that no runners were left on base.


What did people in the Middle Ages drink?

The same things their parents drank! Children would even drink the alcoholic beverages left in their parents glasses and get drunk. Back then, people did not realize that children can be poisoned much more easily than adults, and that they should not eat and drink everything that an adult does. But they also had non alcoholic drinks which were mostly drank by the children.blah blah blah what?haha mad scaredy pants u f*ck


What instruments were invented in the 1600s?

well, i play the french horn, and its ancestor the hunting horn came around then for the royal hunts. just wikipedia it, theyve got lots


Why does a reeve wear a horn in the middle ages?

I spent some time researching this, and was unable to find a reference to a reeve wearing or carrying a horn. What I did find was that haywards, who were manorial officers assigned the job of seeing that the fences and hedgerows were in good order, carried horns which they blew if animals got out of an enclosure.

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What did people do at a Medieval festival?

People usually had jesters and entertainers perform before actually jousting, there was also archery contests involved, winners received new armor, money and archers received a "silver bugle horn and a silver baldric" (a silver horn which archers blew into to warn villagers they were hunting in the forest and a case to hold the horn)


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Why is french horn called a french horn?

The reason why the french horn is called a french horn is because, even if it started to develop in Germany it was completed in France, heinz the name French Horn