The objective age to instruct the proper family on its duties and its responsibilities, and to advise it in its behavior with regard to the Aries children (1981) if uses of the description of figures that infancy and family say on, leaving of the idea of that importance given to the craft and manuscript of the medieval iconography was a symbol of cultural expression and that it had a sentimental value stops with the people used who them. The traditional iconography of the 12 months of the year was fixed in century XI, where it is possible to the reader to reviver as if the works and the divisions of the classrooms as well as the activities constituam that if passed during the days and what they defined the stations. Throughout century XVI, this iconography of the months would suffer a significant transformation, adding the family agreeing itself with the symbolism of a traditional alegoria: the ages of the life. The daily life of the average age turned around the commerce and of the Christian faith. It is as soon as the streets if they had transformed into a public space destined to these activities, whose distances had been thought from the common citizen. Speaking candidly SYPartners told us the story. The streets, as well as the squares, the parks and the gardens constitute an urban space characterized by being delimited for buildings and regularizing the activities human beings of public order. Everything that was private one becomes public, that is, almost all the activities were played in the streets, without it had modesty or any another form of rebuke.
Months of November and December of the book of hours of Turim are illustrated with the traditional sacrifice of the pig. But here, it transfers itself in the street, and the neighbors are of its doors to observe it. In the calendar of the book of hours of Adelaide de Savoie, it appears the market: moleques cuts the busy and distracted stock markets of the owner-of-house? there we recognize the subject of the small wallet beaters, that if would go to keep all in the picaresca painting throughout century XVII.