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Vocab Medieval Towns

6th grade Life in Medieval Towns ch 4

DOMAIN the land controlled by a ruler or lord; like a manor
CHARTER a written grant of rights and privileges by a ruler or government to a community, class of people, or organization; people in towns would buy charters to get more freedom
GUILD an organization of people in the same craft or trade; they would live on the same street, punish cheaters in the guild, and approve apprentices
APPRENTICE a person who works for an expert in a trade or craft in return for training; sometimes parents would pay money for training; usually a boy but sometimes a girl; usually had a contract that stated the apprentice would stay for 7 years
JOURNEYMAN a person who has learned a particular trade or craft but is not an employer or master (expert); has past apprentice-hood but not enough funding to set up own business
COMMERCE the buying and selling of goods; could be in marketplaces or with trade
JEW a descendant of the ancient Hebrews; the founders of the religion of Judaism; also any person whose religion is Judaism
COMMON LAW a body of rulings made by judges that become part of a nation's legal system
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