A Day In The Life of a Medieval Peasant

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The rooms have dirt floors. Some items that we have in our cottage are a couple stools, a table, and a chest to hold clothes in the common room. In the other room, sacks of straw serve as beds for the entire family. A wealthy serf might own a bed stand and a few iron pots...
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A wealthy serf might own a bed stand and a few iron pots. In the winter, the common room is shared with the livestock, who help provide warmth during those bitterly cold months. An open kitchen hearth was also located in the common room. Windows are small slits and don't have glass in them...
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