What was a Weavers job in the Middle Ages?
A weaver in the middle ages wove cloth. Just like weavers before and after the middle ages.
Some expanded information: In the early middle ages weaving was a home craft. In the later middle ages with the growth of towns and cities weaving became a regular profession organized into guilds. This was in part due to the development of more complex looms that a typical peasant would not likely posses.
Probably, they wove fabric from wool fibres.
In the early middle ages weaving was a home craft rather than a full time profession. In the second half of the middle ages, due to the growth of urban centers and the development of more complex loom technology, weaving became a full time profession. In this period weavers would have lived in in a town or a city and rented living and working quarters in a larger building. As an alternative they may have… Read More
There was not the job of a plumber in the middle ages since there was no plumbing to fix. This won't happen for hundreds of years.
Most jobs were very hard in the Middle Ages, but probably one of the hardest was being a serf.
A cooper made barrels.
"Parish priest" is a job.
In the middle ages, as today, a wainwright's job was to build wagons and carts out of wood.
there job was to help clean up with maids i think im not so shue
A person who learns a job from another person.
It depends. Are you talking married, or unmarried?
they were fabric makers.
They used straw and rushes to cover the floor in the Dark Ages. <(")
The nuns job was to provide food for the poor, care for the sick and accommodation for for pilgrims and travellers.
Personally I think the most disgusting job is cleaning up waste out of the pit
a low class person job was to stay on the land and work for the king
weavers were people that would transform the fiber into threads and then weave those threads into the cloth. cloth would be sold to taylors in cities, or directly to the citizen, to create clothes. however, not everyone could affort a Taylor and most more modest houses would have their maid or wifes / daughters do this kind of work.
Farmers, soldiers, millers, carters, coopers, blacksmiths, priests, scribes, butchers, cooks, masons, vintners, brewers, hostlers, innkeepers, sailors, weavers, spinners, coachmen- and a lot more!
To protect the manor and to tell the servants what to do and make sure they do it
a useful job that the monasteries did were they were a school and a hospital
a jester is some one who entertains other villager :)
Tanner: A tannor was responsible for the upkeep of animal hides.
they would get hung on a rope
did atilliator ever been trained
some apprentice jobs in the middle ages were a blacksmith, gold,smith, baker, mill worker, candle maker. Those were just some basic jobs.
A manciple had the job of overseeing purchase and storage of food for such organizations as monasteries, colleges, courts, and so on.
In the middle ages, women rebelled by not living up to the standards of society. Women were known to be housewives, however, some women rebelled by going out and looking for an out of the house job.
I would choose to be a troubadour.
In the early middle ages weaving was a home craft practiced by peasants in the villages. Later in the middle ages as towns and cities grew in size and number weaving became a full time profession. This was in part due to development of more complex looms that a typical peasant would not have in their possession. These weavers organized into guilds like other trades. They lived in towns and cities. They rented a shop… Read More
to protect their lord or king and give loyalty back to the lord or king!!
Girls were not educated in the middle ages because when they were older instead going out for a job most of them would just stay in and have to do housework. so thats why girls learned how to cook and clean instead.
The third period of the Middle Ages was the Late Middle Ages. The first is called the Early Middle Ages or the Dark Age. The second period was the High Middle Ages.
Main Entry: spinster Part of Speech: noun Definition: unmarried woman
The middle ages are not called the medieval ages. The word medieval is an adjective that means "related to the middle ages." Sometimes we used "medieval period" as the same as "middle ages."
There was no explorers in the middle ages. When exploration started that is when the middle ages ended.
Before the middle ages was Anquity (Greeks and Romans) and after the middle ages was the Renissance
Early Middle Ages 400 - 700, High Middle Ages 700 - 1300, Late Middle Ages 1300 -1500.
Field worker. The production of food by growing crops underpinned the entire economy.
A monk from the middle ages
1.the middle ages were in the middle ages. 2.i answered this because i was searching for an answer too!
There was no nylon in the Middle Ages. Nylon was invented in the 20th century; the Middle Ages ended in the 15th.
weavers usually take bamboo and other various grasses and use a sort or patters and weave the grass in and out of itself. weavers usually make baskets or carrying items.
in the middle ages only the wealthy could afford these goods ,but in the high middle ages there where more goods and more people buying them
The Pope was the head of the Catholic Church. After the East-West Schism, he was the head of the Roman Catholic Church.
the middle ages name cums from the phrase middle is the centre and the ages part cums from the ages ago phrase ha ha
the middle ages started in 500 A.D and ends in 1500 A.D the fall of the roman empire started the middle ages (dark ages)
Japanese Americans were not existent in the middle ages. Even America was nonexistent in the middle ages.
Yes, they had love in the Middle Ages.
It was not worn in the Middle Ages.
the vikings started the middle ages.
A keep is a castle in the middle ages.