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English: Detail of a bas-de-page scene of a drunk hermit and woman embracing on the ground near a windmill; the miller emerges carrying a mallet. Originally from the Smithfield decretals, British Library, Royal MS 10 E IV, fol. 115r
Date circa 1340
Source John Langdon: Mills in the Medieval Economy. England 1300-1540. Oxford 2004 ISBN 0-19-926558-5, p. 289 pl. 6.1.
Author Unknown


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