Medieval big dinner in castle 15th century illustration - Stockillustratie

In the 15th century, a chatelaine was a woman who was in charge of the domestic affairs of a castle or a large estate. The term "chatelaine" is derived from the French word "châtelaine," which means "female castellan" or "mistress of the castle." A chatelaine was typically the lady of the manor or the wife of the lord of the castle. Original edition from my own archives Source : Moyan Age 1874
In the 15th century, a chatelaine was a woman who was in charge of the domestic affairs of a castle or a large estate. The term "chatelaine" is derived from the French word "châtelaine," which means "female castellan" or "mistress of the castle." A chatelaine was typically the lady of the manor or the wife of the lord of the castle. Original edition from my own archives Source : Moyan Age 1874
Medieval big dinner in castle 15th century illustration
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