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Homework Help: History

Posted by Cassie on Sunday, April 26, 2009 at 11:37am.

I have a few questions about ladies-in-waiting in medieval times.

Were unmarried ladies-in-waiting called Maids of Honour? Were Maids of Honour less important?

Could you be unmarried and still be called a lady-in-waiting?

How different was it to be a lady-in-waiting or to live in a castle in England than it was in Ireland or Wales?

Any question you can answer would be great!

Thank you! :-)

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