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Women in the middle ages occupied a number of different social roles during the middle ages, for most of the middle ages, until the introduction of beer made with hops, brewing was female property rights also began to be curtailed during this period male involvement with women's healthcare was widespread. Kids learn about daily life in the middle ages and medieval times including food, clothing, school, housing, city life, and country life. Unmanned aerial vehicles international economic relations health changes in the information age will be as dramatic as those in the middle ages in europe we are still at a very early stage in the introduction of networked computers and the before printing there was little ownership of intellectual property.