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'''Trestle tables''' consist of a board or boards linked together to form a flat surface. This board is then set upon a number of legs that typically fold away. Historically it seems the majority of these trestles had three legs for stability.
 
'''Trestle tables''' consist of a board or boards linked together to form a flat surface. This board is then set upon a number of legs that typically fold away. Historically it seems the majority of these trestles had three legs for stability.
  
Such [[tables]] seem to appear in both high and low ranking homes in the [[middle ages]].
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Such [[table]]s seem to appear in both high and low [[rank]]ing homes in the [[middle ages]].
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Revision as of 11:42, 24 January 2006

Trestle tables consist of a board or boards linked together to form a flat surface. This board is then set upon a number of legs that typically fold away. Historically it seems the majority of these trestles had three legs for stability.

Such tables seem to appear in both high and low ranking homes in the middle ages.