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What Does a Medieval Village Look like?

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A medieval village comprises of a population of farmers, houses, barns, sheds, and animal pens clustered around the centre of the village. It is surrounded by ploughed fields and pastures. The medieval society depended on the village for protection and a majority of people called it home.
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