In medieval society corresponding to approximately year 1200 in Holy Roman Empire, how much agricultural land would there be on average per person? What would be typical composition of the land? (Divided into crop fields, orchards, pastures for farm animals, fallow land, forests, etc.)
I tried estimate as population / country area, but such result includes mountains, lakes, forests and unused land, while I am interested specifically in the cultivated land area, and its breakdown into fields / pastures / orchards and other categories. The answer does not need to be completely precise, good estimate is OK.