By: Victoria Hill, Hannah Jeon, & R're Lovett
Even though life as a peasant was hard all peasants got to celebrate religious and non religious holidays so peasants worked for about 260 days a year. Holidays lifted peasants spirits. So we could see which holidays they celebrated close up.
Where we got ^this^ BEAUTIFUL Information
The pictures are from Google.
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