Accommodation was adjusted elaborately throughout the late middle ages. The structure of houses in the early medieval era was moderately standard and undemanding. The homes of higher class individuals were formed up of two timber rooms whereas peasants lived in huts made up of straws and sticks. This was not until the late middle ages when all this changed. The Black Death caused a catastrophic loss of millions of peasants, resulting in...
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Even though both early and late middle ages are mutually characterised by invasions and collapses of empires, there were certainly many differences in the level of knowledge and the advancement of the civilizations. Regardless of the countless disasters and tragedies including, the Black Death and serious ecological issues, the late medieval era was also a time when people began establishing major developments; houses were built in an elaborate manner therefore they were much more reliable and consistent, hygiene standards increased at an extreme rate, as a result, diseases and infections were very uncommon and lastly, huge improvements were displayed in the development of the agricultural system. Essential elements of agriculture at the moment such as farming apparatus, oxen, and farming methods were introduced to the medieval world.
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