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Chairs are typical defined as a seat supported by legs with a back support or rest. During the medieval period much variations of chair appeared, some being very ornate and with varying number of legs, although three is recommended as the ideal number for stability.

Directors chairs are commonly used in the SCA in place of historical styles of chairs.