Subject: Cycle of frescos of the twelve labors of the months Location: Trento (Italy), Castello del Buonconsiglio (Bishops Castle), Torre del'Aquila (Tower of the eagle) Artist: otherwise unknown Master Wenceslas of Bohemia Date: after 1397, round about at 1400
Amb 317.2 ° folio 78 verso 1457 The skirt-maker sitting on his stool in front of the factory block and splices with an ax a square wood he pressed perpendicular to the unit block. To the right, some in a box, a Garnwinde, left in the background hangs a rock bar, while up front, next to the empty chip basket, two Pickguards called Bleuel lie.
Some tropes are so ingrained in Medieval-inspired fantasy stories that it's tempting to think that they represent real aspects of Medieval life. But often these stories are just reinforcing myths and misconceptions about life in the Middle Ages.