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Forging Hot Iron

There are many roles needed to produce the various interconnected skills and trades within a medieval village.

As the medieval period progressed, these jobs became more skilled and specialized as guilds were formed, creating training and apprenticeships opportunities.

Guilds & Trade Skills

The Guilds, in the later medieval and renaissance periods, often groups of skilled craftsmen, created and formed a collective known as a guild. Guilds ensured the quality of products, standard practices, and maintained fair and competitive prices...
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Architecture

Architecture during the Medieval times of the Middle Ages saw many innovative changes from the Romanesque style of architecture to the Gothic style of architecture...
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Armory

A Lord of town or small city was required to protect his lands or the lands of the King. To do this, he would have a band of armed fighters. Armour was needed for all levels of people, from townsmen to knights, to protect their village...

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Brewery 

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Blacksmith & Forge

A skilled blacksmith was needed to create tools to farm or swords and armor for war...

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Aviary - The Mews

Medieval Hawking or Falconry was the sport and practice of hunting small wild game or birds with trained prey birds. Bird training applies to falcons and hawks, and occasionally eagles...

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Beekeeping

Bee keeping was a vital part of the village. Bees produce two things that were in much demand in the Medieval and renaissance period– honey and wax...

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The Silk Road

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Weaving

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