By: Zach D.
Zodiac signs next to the blue virgin, it has twelve signs of the zodiac signs and scenes of medieval life. The zodiac signs just show how they went throughout their daily life and worked through the day.
Lady of the Chartres
The Virgin Mary is represented in many sculptures and in a lot of the stained glass. She usually is wearing blue and has the baby Christ when the other kids are surrounding them.
A medieval traffic when a money borrower had a cane full of money and when the money borrower got ran over the money went everywhere and lost some of it which was going to the church.
Lady of the Chartres
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