Some blacksmiths might actually have dug their own ore, but they probably got most of their metals from miners, refiners, or metals traders. They did a lot of recycling in the Middle Ages also.
Blacksmiths worked primarily with iron. The ore originated as lumps of bog iron (deposited of iron oxides found in swamps and produced by biochemical or chemical activity) and as haematite ores. The Japanese process of collecting black iron oxides from sand was not practiced.
The ore was turned into metal by heating and hammering the ore to drive out the impurities leaving the iron behind. As a consequence the iron had a low carbon content. Iron was worked from these "blooms" into the finished items.
iron was a valuable commodity. A man might own only a few kilograms of iron - enough for a few knives, tools or a bit of armour. As consequence iron was recycled and reused as many times as possible.
No... blacksmiths work with metal....
Metal workers were called blacksmiths in the medieval times. They made a lot of swords and daggers, shields, and some other stuff too. I don't think they could've did something for fun then. Blacksmiths needed to get money for their families, money was hard to get in the medieval times unless you are a member of the royal family or a noble. Even if blacksmiths could make something for fun, they would probably make cool tools for themselves or a toy for their children.
Blacksmiths in the middle ages, as they do today, make things from iron and steel.
He lived in The Blacksmiths forge
The Blacksmiths were important since the pioneers needed metal things
Blacksmiths forged essentially everything made of metal, from swords to spoons.
the clothes that they were giant monkey costumes.
their daily routine is sleeping
in the roman time the blacksmiths only had anything big and metal to make other big metal things. metal was very popular in the roman period and so the blacksmiths had an easy time
They work with a lot of metals and because of medieval blacksmiths we have the doors we use today and the metal tools we also use. They sometimes wear leather aprons and mainly old clothes. They get money for the things they make, mainly tools made out of metal.
Nothing it was a full time job.
Blacksmiths, later on, gunsmiths.
Blacksmiths made everything metal: swords, armor, horse shoes, etc.
yes they were considered peasants in a way
Blacksmiths, Goldsmiths, servant, Chamberlain,
Their life ws tough and tiring.
The names of some blacksmiths are unknown. You would possibly have to go on the internet and look up medieval. Read a little into that.
Blacksmiths used a large array of tools, but the ones you hear about most are the forge, bellows, anvil, hammer, and tongs.
Nearly everyone had at least holidays in medieval Europe. Since blacksmiths were likely to set their own schedules, they could celebrate holidays as they chose. There is a link to a related question where there is a list of some Church holidays.
Most medieval ironwork, including horse shoes, was taken care of by blacksmiths.
Blacksmiths make implements from metal, from farm tools like horseshoes and hoes, to weapons like swords and axes. Mostly they used iron, but modern blacksmiths use whichever metal best suits what they are making. They usually hammer the metal while it is very hot so it can be shaped easily.
An armorer made armor shields silverware and were sometimes blacksmiths
blacksmiths make items using metal
Black smiths where important in the medieval times because they made all the swords and house shoes ext..
Blacksmiths make items out of metal. Agricultural tools, iron rims for wheels, fireplace racks, andirons, pothooks, locks, and utensils. They also repaired metal items. (colonial)
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