Harvesting Leeks, Tacuinum Sanitatis, The Medieval Health Handbook
From late Century northern Italian manuscripts published in The Medieval Health Handbook: tacuinum sanitatis (NY: George Braziller, (basketry supplies may be free for the yard work-think grape vine, honeysuckle, kudzu, etc.
Non-Miltary Clothing century underclothes;
Stock Photo: Baker, from century Chronicle of Ulrico de Richental
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An olive oil vendor and two women from The Tacuinum Sanitas of Paris, Late century. Note the torn hose, hat and the length of the decorated belt. Olive oil barrels and pole for transporting.
Seems like the biggest difference now is convenience of food. Now that food is more abundant an easier to access, has society changed for the worst in terms of social aspects?
A man and woman working in the fields from The Tacuinum Sanitas of Casacatsnse, Late century. Note both are wearing underwear. Man's garment seems are clearly visible. Both have elbow length sleeves. Using flails
Not so wide neckline and still century. The Tacuinum Sanitatis, late