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Trade and Commerce in Medieval Times

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S: Medieval Times

FC: Trade and Commerce in Medieval Times!!!! By Aaron G, B, & Cabrene Luff

1: Chapter 1: Trading

2: Trading in the medieval times slow, and uncomfortable. It took months to go a short amount off miles for exmple 55 miles now takes an hour by car.....back then took 1 month.

3: Trading in medieval times was also dangerous, along the land routes, there was many thiefs waiting in the shadows for people to walk by and rob them.

4: Chapter 2: Commerce

5: The guilds were: The second chance in the European economy. An organization of individuals in the same business or occupation that worked to improve the economy and the social problems. | The merchants worked together to control the number of number of goods being traded and the prices. there were three classes: apprentice journeyman master

6: The Apprentice Guild: The child's parents paid for their training and lives with his master and family. They trained for 2-7 years and was not allowed to marry while in training. | when trained the trainee would progressed to a journeyman.

7: The Journeyman: A journeyman is a day worker. they worked for a master to earn a salary. they always worked 6 days a week,and needed to produce their finest work so they could become a master themselves. It was mandatory for the journeyman to be accepted by a guild to become a master.

8: The Master Guild: The Master would own his own shop,and work with other masters to protect their trade. The Master sometimes served in the civic government.

9: The Guild Services: The Guilds have a duty to the members and the community. To members: They were required to set working conditions. They covered members with a health insurance. They provided funeral expenses and provided dowries for girls that couldn't afford them.

10: Guild Services: To the community: They were required to build almshouses for the misfortune. They were guaranteed quality work, they took turns policing the streets,and donated windows to the church. Trading and Commerce helped change The Middle Ages.

11: THE END!!!!!

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