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the society of the XV-XVII century

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Transcript of the society of the XV-XVII century

THE POOR
THE GENTLEMEN
THE NOBILITY
their conditions of life get worse when the landowners enclosed the village common land in favor of sheep farming.
homeless unemployed increases
1601 "The Poor laws"
men of good birth who own lands and don't need to be employed in a profession.
yeomen, farmers and merchants could get a coat of arms and status as gentlemen
they are ambassadors
generals
member of parliament
hosts to the Queen

THE
SOVEREIGN
The society of the XV-XVII century




begging was forbidden
vagabonds were punished
the nobility
the knights
FAMILY
LIFE

the FATHER was the head of the family and its ruler. his authority and power are recognized as part of the social order
social organisation
granted an honorary title of knight, by the sovereign or deputy, for service to the country
the WOMEN's goods and money belonged to her husband. They bore 8/15 children
high women mortality in childbirth and
child mortality
they also are the patrons and support artist.
they are public duties
magistrate
members of the Lower House of
Parliament
they are well educated, they study law, ethics and history.
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