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By: Peyon Schwitters

Jaci Howard

on 16 March 2015

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Transcript of Illuminator

An medieval illuminated letter is a fancy letter in the beginning of a story or book. They often included pretty borders and a forest effect.
Depends on Luck
It depended on luck if you had this job. If you were lucky you could be hired by a king or queen to make stories and illuminations. But if not you would set out a table and sell you books to others.
Celtic letters
Celtic letters were letters a lot like illumined letters except bigger and
. They had animals, people and leaves. Celtic letters were filled with color and beauty. Celtic letters originated from Ireland.
You didn't just become an illuminator out of no where. First you had to become an apprentice. Your parents paid for a master craftsman to teach you the craft. After that you became a journey man, then you would get little money. $$ Finally you would become a master craftsman if you pass a test. That would officially show you knew your craft.

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