Yes, there was always some seasonal celebration or market day going on.
The holy days were celebrated by..... The church had a gathering and celebration/ feast's. The holy day was a day when everyone got a day of work.
Bailiffs in the middle ages most commonly served the lord of a manor. A bailiff in the middle Ages needed to look presentable as well as be prepared for their duties. Common attire was a long sleeve shirt that fell to mid thigh, pants that were similar to tights, practical shoes, and a pouch to carry the many keys they would need throughout the day.
They ate pottage they ate two times a day when they go to work they get up at three in the morning and get out a seven in the after noon.
Many cities were important in the middle ages for very different reasons. Some cities, such as Constantinople (modern day Istanbul) was important in defending the so-called "Christian" countries from Muslim invaders. Others, such as Paris or London, were important economic centers for their respective countries. Still other cities were (and still are) important religious sites, like Jerusalem and Mecca.
The middle ages (also called the dark ages or medevil ages) was the time between the fall of Rome and the Renaissance. This was the time of Knights and peasants, of dragons(not really!!) and wicked warlords(really!!). During the middle ages many of modern day west European countries were born, such as France, England, and Spain.
The three ages of Buddhism are the Former Day of the Law, the Middle Day of the Law, and the Latter Day of the Law.
Sacred days were called feasts, feast days, or holy days. The term holiday came from holy day.
may day was a holiday celebrated in the middle ages in may
The clarinet has its roots in single-reed instruments used during the middle ages in Europe and the Middle East. Between the middle ages and the 18th century, the modern day clarinet was developed from a Baroque instrument called the "chalumeau."
Because its called MOTHERS day. you're not going to celebrate your dad on mothers day - there is fathers day for that :)
15 B.C. was the last mothers day in the middle east....... :)
In the middle ages you could go to heaven by going to church every day and if you were rich you could buy your way into heaven.
In what is now modern day Istanbul, Turkey
The Middle Ages was a time when little else was thought of but surviving to the next day. Only base essentials, such as work, eat and sleep were ever done.
Boxing Day is the day after Christmas. it is celebrated during the middle ages and it is when you get gifts
In the Middle Ages, they had a meal in the middle of the day, but they called it dinner. For wealthy people, it was the first meal of the day, because they did not eat breakfast. Working people at both meals, because they needed energy for work.