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A miller is a person who operates a mill, a machine to grind a grain to make flour. Milling is ... A man dressed as a medieval miller at a festival in Monselice, in Italy. The traditional carnival held annually in the city of Ivrea, Italy commemorates a ...

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Get Medieval facts, information and history about Medieval Miller. ... Watermills and Windmills were developed during the Middle Ages to do the grinding work.

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Millers were very important to the medieval culture. They ground the grain that was brought to them by the citizens of the town (below). They would grind the ...

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Mills and Millers in Old and New World Folksong Arts & Humanities Reading, .... the miller's reputation as greedy and stingy as it had been in the Middle Ages.

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As the story of medieval Europe was never told in a single volume of Guerber's histories, but rather piecemeal throughout several volumes, Christine Miller has ...

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Generally an historic miller would only wear reproduction clothing unless you .... In earlier medieval drawings sometimes the miller is seen wearing a knitted cap ...

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Peasants were the poorest people in medieval times. ... be added to by things such as trade - Edward the Metalsmith, Marcus the Carpenter or Jacob the Miller.