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Transcript of The Guilds
guilds? What are some of the guilds? Why was there
for guilds? Master Journeyman How do you get into a guild? Merchants Blacksmiths Craftsmen Over 100 types of Guilds! Guild comes from the saxon word of gilden which means
"to pay" Some main questions... An association
same trade Started at age 7-12. Three different stages
Master Trained for 7 years before
heading out to start
a business. Some types of guild craftsmen Butchers
Artisans To prepare poultry
Baked bread related foods
Made the actual clothes
Traded What did merchants do? Bought and sold items Started as poor peasants Could be as rich as monarch Usually had to travel to
distance places What did they make?
made anything with metal
hammers Merchants wife Shopped for dinner Sets shop in mornings Supervized servants Protected shop when
husband is unpresent Training Bibliography "Craft Guilds in the Middle Ages." Middle Ages. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. <http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/craft-guilds-in-the-middle-ages.htm>. "Craft Guilds in the Middle Ages." Middle Ages. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. <http://www.middle-ages.org.uk/craft-guilds-in-the-middle-ages.htm>. second rank in guildmenship.
earns his own salary.
Travels to other contries
To learn more
Impress the master http://www.public.iastate.edu/~gbetcher/373/guilds.htm Works for the master
learns about trade
gets no money "Scottishmist." Scottishmist. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. "Hedgehogs, Hedgehog Pictures, Hedgehog Facts - National Geographic." Animals - Animal Pictures - Wild Animal Facts - Nat Geo Wild - National Geographic. National Geographic. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. <http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/hedgehog/>. People in the Middle Ages ate hedgehogs Set up a work shop
Highest guild rank To
prices "Replica Medieval Suits of Armor." Wrought Iron Bakers Racks - Bar Stools , Beds. Wholesale. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. <http://www.grace-collection.com/medieval-armor.html>.
Mart, Kacey, and Allyson Terryon. "Blacksmiths." Home. Web. 18 Oct. 2011. <http://www.mcatmaster.com/guilds/Blacksmiths.htm>.
"Medieval Armor." Medieval Swords. Web. 17 Oct. 2011. <http://www.medievalswords.org/medieval-armor/>. 1) What was the first step of becoming a master? A) Becoming an apprentice B) Starting as a journeyman C) Kicking the monarch The answer
is... A 2) What did the wife of the merchant do? A) Manage the family horse B) Set up shop D) Starting at age 2 C) Go to distance places buying items D) Teaching the apprentice The correct
is.....B 3) How many guilds were there? A) Over 1000 B) Under 2 C) OVER 9000! D) Over 100 The answer
is.....D 4) What is the order of the stages
into becoming a master? A) Journeymen,Master,Apprentice B) Master,Apprentice,Journeymen C) Journeymen,Journeymen,Journeymen D) Apprentice,Journeymen,Master You may have heard of a guild in a video game, or some other mythical training, but, a guild is just a common trade. The answer is...
also D 5) What did blacksmiths make? A) Pigs B) Armor C) Horse saddles 1 D) Glass 3 4 6) How long did a apprentice train for? 2 the answer is
B! 5 the anser in
C! 6 A) 5 years B) 2 hours C) 7 years D) 10 years Guilds (and other meat products) so There really is no
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