Five Myths about Medieval Peasants

Five Myths about Medieval Peasants

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This week, Danièle takes on five common myths about medieval peasants.

The myths about medieval peasants are many, but this episode will show you that:

1. They were not stupid

2. They were not stuck on their farms, but did travel around

3. They had a lot of choice in marriage

4. They did not live in dreary, drab places

5. They did love their children

See also Episode 7 of The Medieval Podcast: Medieval Marriage with Ruth Mazo Karras

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Top Image: British Library MS Yates Thompson 30 fol. 2

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