An armorer made armor shields silverware and were sometimes blacksmiths
they make weapons and useful utilitis made out of iron and steel.
He lived in The Blacksmiths forge
If you mean people who make weapons like they did in the middle,there are many who do this and they sell the weapons/armour that they make.
the clothes that they were giant monkey costumes.
their daily routine is sleeping
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, later on, gunsmiths.
Nothing it was a full time job.
Blacksmiths make hot fore.
Yes, blacksmiths made and still make shields
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.
The role of the medieval blacksmith, like that of blacksmiths before and after the middle ages, was to work iron and make iron products such as horseshoes, tools bars, gates and many other products.
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.
Black smiths where important in the medieval times because they made all the swords and house shoes ext..
Blacksmiths uses iron and steel
It was very expensive and took many armourers and blacksmiths along time to make. Knights would often keep their armour for life.
Medieval peasants weren't just farmers, many were blacksmiths, goldsmiths or fishmongers. Farmers would work with the animals in autumn.
a Blacksmiths day would go by as waking ui\p at the crack of dawn and blacksmithing all day. a Blacksmiths day would go by as waking ui\p at the crack of dawn and blacksmithing all day.
Blacksmiths would have eaten the same food common to most villagers in medieval times.