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Lesson 4

Study Stack for lesson 4 Medieval Towns

surplus More than is needed or used
charter A written grant of rights and privileges by a ruler or government to a community, class of people, or organization
guild An organization of people in the same craft or trade
apprentice A person that works for an expert in a trade or craft in return for training
journeyman A person who has learned a particular trade or craft but has not become an employer, or master
commerce The buying and selling of goods
Culture One of the five themes of social studies connected with celebrations
Government The people or groups that rule a particular region
Economics A system of managing the wealth and resources of a community or region
common law A body of rulings made by judges that become part of a nation’s legal system
Created by: randy hogue