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A man and a woman harvesting leeks from The Tacuinum Sanitas of Vienna, Late century. Note the open necked cote revealing the shirt. Not wearing hose. Basket and table.

Conservative shoes on the left and fashionable shoes on the right.  Taccuino Sanitatis

Good example of the range of shoes worn at the time, including the exaggeratedly long crakowes.

Medieval oven 1390-1400 by Vrangtante Brun, via Flickr

wood fired baking oven from "Baking millet bread" Tacuinum Sanitatis BNF NAL

Harvesting Leeks. Notice the basket on his back and her apron with a fringe end. The Tacuinum of Vienna - late 14th or early 15th century

Harvesting Leeks, Tacuinum Sanitatis, The Medieval Health Handbook

From late 14th Century northern Italian manuscripts published in The Medieval Health Handbook: tacuinum sanitatis

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 L1-Late 13th century underclothes; L2-Late 14th century underclothes L3-Shirts and tunics. 1, white linen shirt with wooden button. 2 Italian shirt of the 14th century. 3, fur-lined tunic; note the pockets are merely holes. 4, long tunic of with a tall quilted collar. L4- Long and short versions of the quilted perpunto. L5- Hoods and hats. (i) woollen hood with short tail thrown fowards. (ii) fur-lined hat with outer fabric in heraldic colours. [...]

Non-Miltary Clothing century underclothes;

A medieval baker with her wares: pies, pasties, pretzels, and a krumkake made with a wafer iron

Stock Photo: Baker, from century Chronicle of Ulrico de Richental

Decorative fillet with a barbette. Both over a coif.

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Muckley 1386 Women's Clothing: Middle Class

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.

How Dining in the Middle Ages Differs from Now

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 Feast For The Eyes 52. Preparing poultry; from the Tacuinum Sanitatis, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Codex Vindobonensis S.N. 2644.

A Feast For The Eyes Preparing poultry; from the Tacuinum Sanitatis, Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Codex Vindobonensis S.

Farmstead Meatsmith- Love the down to earth wisdom and skill of this family. Check out their instuctional webinar on pork butchery. Artistic and instructive. http://vimeo.com/32367993

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How wide spread was the use of flails in military combat ...

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

Femme donnant à manger à ses poules  				  Ibn Butlân, Tacuinum sanitatis  				Rhénanie, 3e quart du XVe siècle  				Paris, BNF, département des Manuscrits, Latin 9333, fol. 63

Not so wide neckline and still century. The Tacuinum Sanitatis, late

Miniature object

Miniature object

Roman de la Rose le 1325-1375 ...

circlet, long integral tippets, scallop border on hood - Ms

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