Rich Tudors. In the Middle Ages rich people's houses were designed for defense
rather than comfort. In the 16th century life was safer so houses no longer had ...
A Poor Tudor house would have a hole in the wall for a window; sometimes they
... The houses were very simple. ... There were a lot more poor people than rich.
Jun 6, 2013 ... Most Tudor houses had a thatched roof, although rich people could afford ... Poor
people had much smaller gardens and grew their own herbs ...
There were Tudor houses for the rich which were the palaces and mansions and
Tudor houses for the middle classes and the poor. The most distinctive style of ...
Unit 8: The lives of rich and poor people in Tudor times. Can you match the
people to their houses? Unit 8: What were the differences between the lives of
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- Homes for the not so rich. A timber framed house. Lots of these houses with
timber frames and 'wattle and daub' (woven stick and mud) panels were built in ...
When describing the rich in Tudor times some things you might think about are: ...
The long gallery ran along the entire length of the house, where people could ...
Jun 10, 2012 ... This Power-point describes the lives of rich and poor Tudors, it includes
information on clothes, houses and food eaten.
Feb 19, 2013 ... This is a lesson designed to support Year 4 in their understanding of the Tudors,
outlining the main differences between the Tudor rich and ...
Tudor. Homes. Created by Debbie Potter Round Diamond School ... Poor
families would have had a straw mattress to sleep on and a pot to cook their
meals in. ... Rich families would have had stools, a table, an armchair and the
very lucky a ...