Contadini is an Italian term that translates to “peasants” or “farmers” in English. It refers to the rural, agricultural class of people who are engaged in farming or agricultural activities. Contadini traditionally live and work in the countryside, tending to crops, livestock, and other agricultural practices. They are an essential part of Italy’s agricultural heritage and have played a significant role in shaping the country’s rural culture and traditions. The term is often associated with a simpler, more traditional way of life, emphasizing a connection to the land and a reliance on farming for sustenance and livelihood. While the term has historical roots, it is still used today to refer to individuals involved in agriculture, especially in rural areas.