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Medieval Peasants Threshing
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Medieval Peasants Threshing

A 14th century CE manuscript illustration showing peasants threshing wheat. (Luttrell Psalter, British Library, London)
Silver Stater, Metapontum
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Silver Stater, Metapontum

Silver stater from Metapontum, 520 BCE. O: Ear of wheat, R: same incuse. (Alpha Bank Numismatics Museum, Kerkyra, Corfu)
Satyrs Making Wine
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Satyrs Making Wine

Satyrs making wine, dionysian bas-relief from altar of unknown date, National Archaeological Museum of Athens.
July, Les Tres Riches Heures
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July, Les Tres Riches Heures

A medieval manuscript illustration depicting the work on an agricultural estate during the month of July. From 'Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry', c. 1412-1440 CE. (Condé Museum, Château de Chantilly, Oise, France)
Egyptian Cattle Herd
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Egyptian Cattle Herd

This painting shows Egyptian cattle being counted by scribes. The painting found part in the tomb of Nebamun (c. 1350 BCE), an wealthy Egyptian accountant ("scribe and counter of grain") during the New Kingdom period. The paintings are...
Pilgrims Approach a Farm Couple
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Pilgrims Approach a Farm Couple

A group of Medieval pilgrims approach a couple who stand outside their farm. From the game Old World.
Egyptian Model of Peasants Ploughing
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Egyptian Model of Peasants Ploughing

One of the two figures of laborers is missing. The man wears a linen kilt. The plough is drawn by a yoke of oxen. 11th or 12th Dynasty, circa 2025-1850 BE. From Egypt, precise provenance of excavation is unknown. (The British Museum, London...
Silo, Phaistos, Crete
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Silo, Phaistos, Crete

The minoan settlement of Phaistos archaeological site, Crete (2000-1400 BCE). A silo for grain storage.
Tablet with Survey of Barley Yields
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Tablet with Survey of Barley Yields

This clay tablet mentions a survey of eleven fields with their dimensions and barley yields. Neo-Sumerian period, 2039 BCE, year eight in the reign of King Amar-Suen of Ur. From Mesopotamian, Iraq. (The British Museum, London).
Stone for harvest offerings
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Stone for harvest offerings

The stone Kernos for food offerings of the collected harvest, the Minoan settlement of Malia, Crete (1650-1450 BCE).
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