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Deutsch: Darstellung der mittelalterlichen drei Ständeordnung – Redner „jene die beten“ (Klerus), Krieger „jene die kämpfen“ (Rittertum) und Arbeiter „jene die arbeiten“ (einfacher Mann aus dem Volke: Arbeiter, Bauer, Kleinbürger); Buchillustration Frankreich XIII. Jahrhundert.
English: An inhabited initial from a 13th-century French text representing the tripartite social order of the Middle Ages: the ōrātōrēs (those who pray – clerics), bellātōrēs (those who fight – knights, that is, the nobility), and labōrātōrēs (those who work – peasants and members of the lower middle class).
Русский: Духовенство, рыцарство и крестьянство. Миниатюра из «Книги здоровья» Альдобрандино ди Сиена. Франция, XIII в. Британская библиотека, Лондон.
Date 13th century
date QS:P,+1250-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
Source " Cleric, Knight and Workman representing the three classes", a French School illustration from Li Livres dou Santé (late 13th century, vellum), MS Sloane 2435, folio 85, British Library/ Bridgeman Art Library; losslessly adapted from https://web.archive.org/web/20060115103059/http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/hss/medieval/.
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current 23:23, 8 January 2006 Thumbnail for version as of 23:23, 8 January 2006656 × 672 (144 KB)Leinad-Z~commonswiki*Title of Image: Cleric, Knight, and Workman *Image from the British Library; Manuscript number: Sloane 2435, f.85 Losslessly adapted from http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/hss/medieval/

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