Cleric, Knight, and Workman Representing the Three Classes

Illustration

Harrison W. Mark
by Unknown Artist
published on 02 March 2022

An inhabited initial from 13th-century France depicting the tripartite order of the Middle Ages: the Oratores (those who pray – the clerics), the Bellatores (those who fight – knights or nobility) and the Laboratores (those who work – peasants and commoners).

British Library, London

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