The 'garderobe' was a medieval term for a _____
In a castle, the lord and lady prayed in a private _____
Castle gate, with spikes and grating: _____
Castle building protecting a gate
Underground prison cell in castle
Main room in a castle: the _____ hall
Private quarters of the lord and lady were called a _____ (starts with s)
Defenders of a castle were called the _____
Peasant houses were typically made of a mixture of mud, manure and sticks called 'wattle and _____'
The huts of the poor in medieval villages had _____ roofs
A serious danger in medieval towns, given their style of lighting
Legally, the poor could not _____ purple silk
Medieval men wore _____, which today are generally worn only by women
Arabia was a source of _____, valued in an era where people washed less than today
Various _____ were used to disguise the taste of rotten meat
Trenchers were slices of _____
Was a troubadour a weapon, an entertainer, or a type of food?
Which was a term for a medieval drinking place: pub, tavern, hotel, speakeasy?
The rich used horses and dogs to _______
The sport of hawking was also known as _____
Hide-and-seek and _____ were favourite medieval children's games still popular today
Sporting contests between knights were known as _____. They often featured in tournaments.
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