Manners, Customs and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period cover

Manners, Customs and Dress During the Middle Ages and During the Renaissance Period

Paul Lacroix (1806-1884)

1. 00 – Preface
2. 01 – Condition of Persons and Lands, Part 1
3. 02 – Condition of Persons and Lands, Part 2
4. 03 – Privileges and Rights (Feudal and Municipal), Part 1
5. 04 – Privileges and Rights (Feudal and Municipal), Part 2
6. 05 – Private Life in the Castles, the Towns, and the Rural Districts, Part 1
7. 06 – Private Life in the Castles, the Towns, and the Rural Districts, Part 2
8. 07 – Private Life in the Castles, the Towns, and the Rural Districts, Part 3
9. 08 – Private Life in the Castles, the Towns, and the Rural Districts, Part 4
10. 09 – Food and Cookery, Part 1
11. 10 – Food and Cookery, Part 2
12. 11 – Food and Cookery, Part 3
13. 12 – Food and Cookery, Part 4
14. 13 – Food and Cookery, Part 5
15. 14 – Food and Cookery, Part 6
16. 15 – Hunting, Part 1
17. 16 – Hunting, Part 2
18. 17 – Games and Pastimes, Part 1
19. 18 – Games and Pastimes, Part 2
20. 19 – Commerce
21. 20 – Guilds and Trade Corporations
22. 21 – Taxes, Money, and Finance, Part 1
23. 22 – Taxes, Money, and Finance, Part 2
24. 23 – Law and the Administration of Justice, Part 1
25. 24 – Law and the Administration of Justice, Part 2
26. 25 – Secret Tribunals, Part 1
27. 26 – Secret Tribunals, Part 2
28. 27 – Punishments, Part 1
29. 28 – Punishments, Part 2
30. 29 – Jews
31. 30 – Gipsies, Tramps, Beggars, and Cours des Miracles, Part 1
32. 31 – Gipsies, Tramps, Beggars, and Cours des Miracles, Part 2
33. 32 – Ceremonials, Part 1
34. 33 – Ceremonials, Part 2
35. 34 – Costumes, Part 1
36. 35 – Costumes, Part 2

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A comprehensive and detailed account of medieval life and culture in France, with reference to other parts of Europe, including chapters on private life, food, hunting, games and pastimes, costume, privileges and rights, justice, commerce, finance, and punishments. The online text of the book has over 400 illustrations.Warning: Sections 27 and 28, Punishments, may be disturbing to those of a sensitive disposition.

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