The unprivileged estate worked from sunrise to sunset. Before they went to bed, they
gathered around a fire to warm themselves, talk and tell stories. They did not know how to
read or write and passed their culture on orally.
The female peasants looked after the children, in addition to working the land with the men.
They wore clothes made of wool and cotton, which were grey or brown and coarsely made.
They made simple meals, such as soups, stews and bread, from agricultural products.
Occasionally, they held simple celebrations for weddings and births, at which they ate some