god i really hate making these shoes for these people with big feet
trade and commerce
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homes and households
an organization of people in the same craft or trade. This is a shoemaker sitting down making pairs of shoes for the people. he likes his job but gets tired and wants to leave.
disease and treatment
two men trading gold for land (map). this is an example of trade and commerce. people liked to buy and sell items.
crime and punishment
a group of medieval town homes. there is also 3 townspeople leaving there homes. towns were very dirty.
leisure and entertainment
since the towns were so dirty diseases spread. people lived crowded together in small spaces and usually bathed only once a week. rats and fleas were common and often carried diseases. this example shows a popular towns person getting taken to a burial sight by horse
towns were noisy and crowded and pick pocketing often happened. towns were especially dangerous at night because there were no streetlights. in this example a criminal is reaching into a pocket taking money
In medieval times, people engaged in many of the same activities we enjoy today. Children played with dolls and toys, such as wooden swords, balls, and hobbyhorses. in this example a little girl and little boy are playing with a wooden sword