The second estate of French society was made up of the nobility. These nobles lived on manors which they had inherited. The second estate consisted of about 2% of the total population who owned about 25% of the total land in France.
These nobles collected dues and rent from the peasants who lived on their lands. This endless source of income allowed them to live a lavish lifestyle.
The strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home.
he Egyptians were the first people known to have separated copper from its copper ore around 2000 B.C.