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occupations in the renaissance
Transcript of occupations in the renaissance
Pay in the Renaissance Era
Charcoal Burners dug large pits with small trenches coming out in intervals. They put large stacks of wood in the pits. They started a small fire in the the middle of the wood and covered it with Earth. They tended to the fire for days and nights until the charcoal cooled. The pit was uncovered and the charcoal was taken to the market to sell.
Occupations in the Renaissance
By Clint, Taylor, and Logan
Overall the renaissance has greatly affected the human race. If the renaissance had never existed we wouldn't have the things we have today. During the renaissance jobs were created such as artist, astronomers, Potters, and poets. When you think of renaissance you think of knights, kings, and queens. Really the renaissance is the heart and soul of art.
. Bread seller
. Shoe Maker
By: Taylor Ramirez
Astronomers during the renaissance time period discovered most of the things we know today. For example they discovered new stars, new planets, and other things. Scientist discovered that there are millions of other galaxy's and solar systems. One of Earths greatest astronomers has been Galileo Galilei. He was an italian scientist and scholar.
Blacksmiths primary job was to
mold metal to create objects such as pans, swords, hammers ect. They did this by heating the metal which then made it malleable and they reshaped it with various tools.
By: Clint Martens
A nobleman - £1500 to £3000 per annum
◾A merchant - £100 per annum
◾A parson - £20 per annum
◾A carpenter - £13 per annum
◾A laborer - £1500 to £3000 per annum
◾A nobleman - £5 per annum
Annum means one year