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Transcript of Medieval Craftsmen
What was a charter?
Why did each town need a charter?
What was the advantages to the charter?
What was a guild?
Whyw as it important to have guilds in Medieval towns?
Listen for the steps of becoming a master craftsman!!
Can anyone list any of the steps to becoming a master craftsman???
What do we know???
Name three five different medieval craftsmen?
List the steps of becoming a master craftsman.
By the end of this class you will be able to list three different medieval craftsmen.....
You will be able to describe the steps of how a boy became a master craftsman.
What will we learn today?
Write an account of the life of a craftsman in a medieval town: Use these headings....
2. The Guild
3. House and Shop
How a boy became a medieval craftsman..
Three important stages:
: At the age of 12 a boy became and
. For 7 years he lived with a master craftsman, to learn the trade. He did this with no pay.
: After the 7 years he becomes a
and he is now paid for his work. He could leave his master and travel in search of better wages.
: This was every Journeyman's aim. After this they can have their own workshop and sell his goods to the town. To become a
he had to produce a 'masterpiece' to prove to the guild that he was a good craftsman. He also had to make a large payment to the guild. Why might this payment stop some journeymen becoming masters?
Different Medieval Crafts:
◾Shoemakers, or cobblers
Apothecaries was a shop full of various cures! Like a modern day pharmacy.
Most of which were homemade.
He was usually a trusted member of the medieval community but sometimes was accused of witchcraft!
Ideally, they had access to a garden so they could grow their plats and herbs!