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02.05 Medieval Europe and Japan - Guilds and a Changing Economy
Transcript of 02.05 Medieval Europe and Japan - Guilds and a Changing Economy
by: Amanda Khoury
Circled above in pink
, the first interaction, shows a cobbler selling shoes that he has made to another man. In the middle class is the cobbler, a shoemaker that sells the shoes he makes in his workshop. This reaction shows social changes by the cobbler being part of the middle class. Whereas before the middle ages there was no middle class.
The second interaction above in orange
, shows a merchant selling items to other people. With coins used as payment, the use of coins declined after the fall of rome. In the high Middle Ages money replaced barter and people bought sold goods using money. This reaction shows economic changes in the early middle ages, where a money economy replaced the barter economy.
Above in green is the third interaction
that shows a traveling merchant, selling what it looks like is porcelain pottery. Porcelain pottery was imported from China, which is why I believe he is a traveling merchant. This interaction would be a economical change, because it is benefiting both economies in China and Europe. Due to traveling merchants the trade and economy flourished in China and Europe.