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  • 07.04.10, 21:36
    6:00 AM - Roosters would wake most villagers up. At this time, most peasants
    started they daily activities normally by dressing and eating breakfast. A
    peasant's breakfast consisted of mostly vegetables, water, fruits and bread.

    7:00 AM - The castle's bells would ring (if any) and serfs were required to
    start work at this time.In winter, peasants were most likely to wake up until
    8 AM.

    8:00 AM - Work continued, There were not many interludes for serfs; in the
    other hand, free peasants; could have many breaks.

    9:00 AM - Work for serfs continued; they were not allowed to drink or eat
    anything in the farms, but nevertheless; most of them managed to contraband
    goods such as water. Peasants would farm a lot as well, but serfs were the
    true workers.

    10:00 AM - The first interlude for serfs. When a noble was generous, he'd let
    the serfs rest for up to half an hour at this time. Draconian nobles would
    impose rules against resting.

    11:00 AM - Labor was at its peak. Peasants were required to work and work at
    this time. In the interim, nobles were usually riding their horses or taking
    care of business. Most nobles would live out of the work of their serfs.

    12:00 AM - Serfs continued working.

    1:00 PM - Serfs would be normally given a time-off at this time since the sun
    would burn them otherwise. Farms were very hot places in which the sun was
    strong enough to make very painful burns. Serfs usually died at an early
    age--we can deduce that cancer had a lot to do with that (but we can't be sure).

    2:00 PM - Work at farms continued. Children were usually playing in the
    gardens or farming as well. Their mothers spent a great amount of time at
    home--preparing food, teaching their kids new knowledge and doing house-work.
    Nevertheless, a women could also be a serf; thus some of them worked many
    hours at the farms.

    3:00 PM - Work continued.

    4:00 PM - This was the official resting time. Nobles would normally have
    glorious feasts with more food than a serf would see in a month. Serfs usually
    ate bread, vegetables and water. Under good circumstances, they had meat
    (usually in holidays).

    5:00 PM - Serfs were required to return to work.

    6:00 PM - Work continued.

    7:00 PM - Work for serfs continued.

    8:00 PM - Labor usually finished for the day. Serfs were paid a very small
    amount of money; from which, they were required to pay a lot of taxes.

    9:00 PM - Serf's dinner.

    10:00 PM - Serfs would often go to sleep at this time. In the meantime, at the
    castle, nobles would be having another feast. Dinner was their favorite meal
    and castles were full of servants to provide nobles with whatever they wanted.
    --
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    • 08.04.10, 06:27
      praca dla rzadu wyraznie ci nie sluzy.
    • 09.04.10, 11:12
      My wiemy, ze w hameryczce macie przeyebane.
      Nie wiedziliscie durny cieciu, ze mieliscie zawsze przeyebane.
      buahahaha
      Teraz wiecie. buahaha
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