Medieval Glossary

Furrow

In a field, the trench that a plow cuts in a field. The length of the medieval furrow was typically the length that an ox could pull a plow before requiring rest.

Related term(s): Serf; Villein; Manor; Manorialism
Category: Agriculture
Added: 10.04.04

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