A description of the everyday lives of thirteen medieval people, through the use of quotations, case studies, and illustrations of the time. Includes: the Chronicler, the King, the Pope, the Bishop, the Pilgrim, the Lady, the Herald, the Monk, the Doctor, the Heretic, the Mason, and the Merchant.
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