Nothing it was a full time job.
For free time in the middle ages blacksmiths would make what we seem to never have enough of... nails. nails can take from 3 min. to 10 min. depending on skill but when blacksmiths had no orders they made these because one order might be thousands of nails and as for me I'd rather not make a couple thousand nails at once.
Yes there are still Blacksmiths. Most Blacksmiths do it for fun. A portion of those blacksmith full time for a living.
Well actually they are just like the blacksmiths now.
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
Blacksmiths and stuff like that
blacksmiths ate meat.]
No... blacksmiths work with metal....
Blacksmiths make hot fore.
At the time of Jesus blacksmiths did a very good job, as they made the arrow heads, swords , daggers for the Roman soldier and aldso horseshoes for their horses.
Yes, with all the horses they have, there is a need for blacksmiths.
Horses and wagons could not have operated without blacksmiths. Blacksmiths did all the necessary repairs.
Vulcan Hephaestus is the Greek god of Blacksmiths.
Blacksmiths have existed since the middle ages. All those Crusaders could not have done without a lot of blacksmiths.
Slaves possibly worked for blacksmiths in the southern US. There were blacksmiths all over the world who did not use slave labour.
Yes, blacksmiths made and still make shields
blacksmiths eat meat,milk,bread sometimes grapes and steak.
The Blacksmiths were important since the pioneers needed metal things
Blacksmiths forged essentially everything made of metal, from swords to spoons.
Blacksmiths uses iron and steel
Blacksmiths in the middle ages, as they do today, make things from iron and steel.
Blacksmiths were important because they were the ones who were able to make iron into useful items.
In colonial times horseshoes were made by blacksmiths.
they were cobblers, blacksmiths, silversmiths, barbers, doctors, woodworkers, tailors, and tanners
Free black men could be carpenters, coopers, barbers, and blacksmiths. Work opportunities for free black women were even more limited.