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What Is Your Medieval Profession?

Ever wonder what you'd be doing if you lived in Medieval times. Here's a handy quiz from Medievalists.net 



Addendum by TA:


I got "Hunter":


"You are very precise and always speak straight to the point. You enjoy being on your own, completely independent and preferably in the fresh air of the woods. In medieval times, you were the one who put food on the table."


Not so sure about the "preferably outdoors" thing, and "precision" certainly shouldn't be equated with "orderliness" in my case, but they're right about the "enjoy being on your own, completely independent" part ...

Source: http://jaylia3.booklikes.com/post/838068/what-is-your-medieval-profession-
Reblogged from Reflections