Medieval Villains?


There are many different medieval villains. Some of the medieval villains include Fulk Nerra, the Count of Anjou, Vseslav of Polotsk, Reynald de Chatillon, and William the Conqueror. Reynald de Chatillon is best known for being the basis for The Sheriff of Nottingham. Arnaud-Amaury, the Abbot of Citeaux, is also a villain from the medieval times. He is known for telling his soldiers to go in and kill everyone and God will sort them out. His soldiers listened and they went and killed everyone.
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Villain is another word for serf. The villain was an unfree commoner who lived in a small agricultural village. They owed labor to the lord of the manor in which they lived, typically
Reynald de Chatillon - Reynald was the only man in the whole of the Crusader
I assume you mean "villein, which was a type of medieval serf, as opposed to "villain, which is a bad guy. There is a link below to a related question on the homes of peasants
villens worked for the lord of the place or village. They were also a type of peasent.
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