Agriculture in the Middle Ages: Technology, Practice, and Representation

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Figures
1. Hook plough and wheeled plough26
2. Changes in withers height of cattle since Neolithic period43
3. Small short-horned cattle, Hungarian Illuminated Chronicle44
4. Small cows of medieval type, Bulgaria45
5. Skull fragments of typical "Zackel" sheep, Hungary46
6. Head and horns of typical medieval "Hungarian" sheep47
7. "Zackel" ram, Turkish bowl47
8. Modern "racka" sheep48
9. Pigs of medieval type, southeastern Bulgaria49
10. Coldblood horses, Limbourg Frères50
11. Camels, Hungarian Illuminated Chronicle52
12. Hungarian gray steppe cattle 54
13. Demesne arable farming types, England, 1250-134983
14. Demesne pastoral farming types, England, 1250-134987
15. Labors of the Months, Vienna (ca. 820)121
16. Hailstorm, Utrecht Psalter, Ps 28 (29): 3-10123
17. Thunderstorm, Utrecht Psalter, Ps 139: II (140: 10)124
18. Profile of a hailstorm126
19. Medieval settlements northwest of Harz Mountains140
20. Kin and conjugal relationships145
21. Satirical "noble" peasant, August, Labors of the Months, south German168
22. Peasant woman with straw hat, panel, Last Judgment169
23. Satirical image, peasant with pointed shoes, August, Labors of the Months, south German170
24. Idealized peasants, August, Labors of the Months, Trenton171
25. Detail, fresco, Christ of the Trades, Saak, Carinthia179
26. Midianites, destroying fields of Israel, Concordantiae Caritatis180
27. "Village" type, Hans Egkel, Execution of St. Catherine182

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