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Nobility: A landed-social class, above gentry, below royalty. One year’s gain: One year’s profit. 38 Glossary Pannage: Taking pigs to feed in the forest in autumn. Pantler: One who supervises the pantry. Pantry: Storage room for bread and other dry goods. Peddler: Street sellers without a store or workshop. Perfumer: Those who make or sell perfumes. Plasterer: Those who plaster walls in construction. Porter: Those who carry things. Pottage: A porridge made from boiled grains and oats; a daily staple for most peasants.
Harvest boon: A feast provided by a lord for his peasants performing labor at harvest time. Hayward: Manorial manager who impounds stray animals and tends to livestock. Herbalist: Those who make herbal concoctions, also known as apothecaries. Historian: Those who record events. Holding the head of the king: An actual duty where a person holds the king’s head in their lap, used in traveling. Household: Those people and places a lord supports, including staff, advisors, visitors, and their entourage.
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