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Jesters of the middle ages often had some type of deformity. They dressed in bright colors and entertained the royalty with their antics.
Depending on the monarch's whim, jesters generally as well as anyone in the court. They were considered important distraction from the drudgery of everyday life.
Jesters were people who were funny or, possibly, attractively offensive. They got their jobs because they were entertaining enough to keep around and pay to be what they were. Clearly, some were better than others. When a member of the nobility came across some person who could be a good jester, it was not uncommon to offer that person a job and pay. If the jester was very good, and the noble wanted to get into the good graces of someone in a higher position, the jester could be recommended to that higher person as a favor to both him and the jester. The best jesters were gradually passed to successively better employers until they might work for a king. Jesters at the highest levels could earn quite a lot of money, and there are records of jesters with a number of estates of their own, given as rewards for their services.
Jesters have been very popular throughout different time periods and countries. For instance, there were early jesters in ancient Egypt and they were popular with the Aztecs in the 14th and 16th centuries as well. Clowns and jesters are characters in some of Shakespeare's most popular plays, indicating their popularity through the reigns of both Elizabeth I and James I. Possibly one of the most successful jesters was Archibald Armstrong, jester of King James VI. He was given great honors at court, but ran afoul by insulting too many influential people. However, that didn't stop him from acquiring estates in Ireland and still exhibiting court influence even during the reign of Charles I.
The Metis eat bison, chicken, bunny, duck, fish, moose, and goose
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A Jesters' Staff
Newcastle Jesters ended in 2001.
Newcastle Jesters was created in 1996.
Digital Jesters was created in 2003.
Royal Order of Jesters was created in 1917.
New Orleans Jesters was created in 2003.
jesters would wear bright colours to stand out
The duration of The Jesters - TV series - is 1740.0 seconds.
The Jesters - 2009 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
Jesters mainly perform to kings and queens but at the same time nobles and rich.
Medieval Jesters traveled from castle to castle, in the Medieval town.
The Jesters - TV series - was created on 2009-09-08.