What is a medieval shoemaker?
There were two kinds of shoe makers in the Middle Ages. One was the cobbler, who made and repaired ordinary shoes for common people. The other was the cordwainer, who made luxury shoes. Cobblers were often itinerant workers who travelled through the country from one manor or village to another doing whatever work they could find. Cordwainers were likely to be established in cities and were likely to be members of trades guilds.
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a person who makes shoes and mends them.
This question is posted in the Astronomy forum, so presumably you are asking about Eugene Shoemaker, an American geologist and amateur astronomer. His early work focused on an… analysis of the Barringer Meteor Crater near Winslow, Arizona, and his studies on impact craters in general. In collaboration with David Levy, they discovered a series of comets. One of them, "Shoemaker-Levy 9" (the ninth comet discovered by the team) broke apart and crashed into the planet Jupiter in 1994. See the link below to the Wikipedia article about him.
A shoemaker makes custom shoes and does repairs to good quality footwear.
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i think maybe they wore the same leather that they used to make the shoes :P
The common cobbler is a shoe maker . In Gaelic Leprechaun means 'one shoe maker'
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a shoemaker would probably work all day, making shoes, repairing shoes, and sleeping. They were misstreated as being a lower level worker, and were usually used to get exactly… what they wanted. EX: if a buyer didnt like the shoe they got, they would get another one, and get it for free
The salary depends on the shoes they make but an average one would get around Â£40,000 a mounth
They made shoes
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We are fortunate to have the late 12th century writings of Alexander Neckham, who was an observer and chronicler of many of the ordinary, day-to-day trivia of his time. He giv…es a reliable and accurate first-hand account of many ordinary things, including the work of English shoemakers. Shoemakers (unlike cobblers or savetiers ) made new shoes using a sharp knife and leather blackened with dye. The upper was stitched to the sole with the shoe inside-out, using an awl to make holes, a curved needle and thread made from pig's bristles. Once finished the shoes were turned right side out - hence "turn shoes". They have no heel, simply a flat sole of thick leather. Many shoes from the same period have been preserved in wet conditions at York and along the Thames waterfront in London. From these it is possible to see exactly how the stitching was done and the shape of the pieces of leather. It is also possible to identify the kinds of leather used: goat, deer and calf skins seem to be the most frequently used. Shoes were not always black; many were left a natural tan colour. Some shoes were decorated with coloured silk embroidered lines along the instep. The idea that medieval shoes were made of wool or felt is completely false.
Yes that's their principle occupation- and the reason why is because they wear out their shoes with so much dancing.
They made shoes.