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So many renaissance images are of the wealthy as portraits, as donors of artifacts to churches. This section looks at the renaissance among more ordinary people - in towns and countryside.

Pophaymaking

Haymaking in July. The man wears shirt, hosen and a cap. 16th century. Church at Bagnot, Burgundy, France

Popharvest

Harvesting in August. The man wears a shirt, hosen, low shoes and a wide-brimmed straw hat. 16th century. Church at Bagnot, Burgundy, France

Popwinetread

Treading grapes in September. he wears a laced tunic and shirt all hitched up. 16th century. Church at Bagnot, Burgundy, France

Popdrinkwine

Tasting the wine in October. A younger man in a short tunic and hosen, an older man in a long robe with a hat. 16th century. Church at Bagnot, Burgundy, France

PopPruning

Pruning vines in November. he wears a short laced tunic with a collar, hosen, low shoes and a sort of cloche hat. 16th century. Church at Bagnot, Burgundy, France

PopPigKill

Killing a pig for the Christmas feast in December. He wears a short tunic with a collar, hosen and low shoes. 16th century. Church at Bagnot, Burgundy, France

Popfireside

Sitting by the fire in January. He wears a long robe with a collar, low shoes, hosen and a hat. 16th century. Church at Blagnot, Burgundy, France

Poptwofaced

A woman with two faces representing February. She wears an ankle length gown and a shawl or parlet and possibly a french hood. This is probably a satire on the supposed inconsistancy of women. 16th century. Church at Bagnot, Burgundy, France

PopPruning2

Pruning vines in March. He wears a sleeved tunic with a collar, possibly hosen, socks, low shoes and a wide brimmed hat. 16th century. Church at Blagnot, Burgundy, France

Pophawking1

Going hunting with a hawk in April. He wears a short padded doublet, hosen, short boots and a wide brimmed hat. 16th century. Church at Blagnot, Burgundy, France

Pophawking2

A couple riding with a hawk in May. This may also suggest lovers because of the month. She wears a square necked bodice with long sleeves, a long skirt and a chemise. He wears a short doublet, hosen, boots and a hat with a feather. 16th century. Church at Blagnot, Burgundy, France

Pophaymaking2

Cutting hay in June. He wears a short coat over a shirt, a knife, possibly breeches, socks, a straw hat and low boots. Most people carried their own knives for eating. 16th century. Church at Blagnot, Burgundy, France

Popshepherds

Shepherds with an angel. They seem well dressed in short padded doublets and boots. 16th century. Calvary at Guimiliau, Brittany, France.

Popshepherds2

Shepherds in working clothes. Short coats, breeches, bare feet and soft hats. 16th century. Church at Saint-Thegonnec, Brittany, France

Popwomanhead

head of a woman in a loose cap with a square necked dress and chemise. 16th century. Church of La-Roche-Maurice, Brittany, France

Popmanhead

A rather piratical looking man with a knotted head-cobering and a colloar or ruff. 16th century. Church of La-Roche-Maurice, Brittany, France

Popstyves

St Yves, the patron saint of lawyers. He is usually shown making a judgement between a rich man and a poor man. The rich man has a long gold embroidered gown and hat The poor man has a threadbare tunic, socks and low shoes. 16th century. Church at La-Roche-Maurice, Brittany, France

Popmenpray

Men praying under protection of the Virgin. 16th century. Church at Genevray, Vif, France

Popmenpray2

Men praying under protection of the Virgin. 16th century. Church at Genevray, Vif, France

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