Published at Saturday, March 17th, 2018 - 02:23:46 AM. . By Sally Margie.
The Middle Ages (1066-1485) used these enormous armchairs to the lord of the manors benefit when guests were invited over. With a comfortable backing and a place for his arms to rest its no secret why he preferred these over ones side chairs that had no arms. His fair lady would sit next to him in a side chair with all other guests facing away from the two on benches or stools.
The process of social dominance continued its establishment during the Roman Empires conquests of Europe beginning in 27 BC. They also conjured up the idea that having an extra throne would bring them good fortune. They placed statues of the goddess Roma in the chair next to the emperor.
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