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Rebecca Stolt Merchants

Rebecca Stolt
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Jaci Howard

on 5 February 2015

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Transcript of Rebecca Stolt Merchants

Merchants
(an instrument maker)
Instrument Maker
As you have probably guessed, an instrument maker is someone who makes instruments. This is mainly for the entertainment of the manor. On festival nights, someone might play an instrument for the crowd.
Instruments in Medieval Times
Merchants
Why is a Merchant Important?
A merchant is important mainly to people in a manor that don't have much of what they need, so they could trade or buy from a merchant. Peasants would do this as a main source of many goods.
"King David playing the harp
stained glass by P. von Andlau - late 15th century"

By: Rebecca Stolt
What are merchants?
A merchant is a salesman. In Medieval times a merchant would sometimes travel on foot from country to country, selling goods, or
wares
.
In Medieval times, many instruments that were made are harps, flutes, drums, and the lute.
References
http://www.music.iastate.edu/antiqua/instrumt.html
http://www.medieval-life-and-times.info/medieval-music/index.htm
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