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English: Representation of the tripartite soial order of the middle ages. oratores :"Those who pray", bellatores "those who fight", and laboratores "those who work".
Date 5 September 2012, 18:23:49
Author Unknown
  • Title of Image: Cleric, Knight, and Workman
  • Credit: Ms Sloane 2435, f.85 'Cleric, Knight and Workman representing the three classes, illustration from 'Li Livres dou Sante' (vellum), French School, (13th century)
  • British Library, London, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library
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