There were natural or dimwitted fools and artificial ones. Natural fools were more valuable and were sold at monster auctions; the more foolish they were, the more they cost. Fool was one of the few positions open to women in Medieval times. However, it seems that more men had a gift for it. Master Henry was King Henry III’s fool; he was also poet laureate. Maître Jehain was the fool of King John II of France; when the king was imprisoned, the fool went with him. In 1461, the kings of Bohemia and Hungary grew tired of war and sent their fools to fight each other, agreeing to abide by the results; the Hungarian fool won.