Role of Women in the Middle Ages . By: Demi Renfro and Autumn Teeters Core 2. Noblewomen. Noblewomen were the wives and daughters of the noblemen They took care of the sick and poor The noblewomen themselves could own land They could inherit land from their parents or husbands
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Role of Women in the Middle Ages
By: Demi Renfro and Autumn Teeters
A wet nurse was a woman who would nurse a baby after its birth.
Poor women often had wet nurses so that they could go back to work.
Wet nurses were also known as nannies or cleaning women.