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Medieval Town Life

Medieval Ages Town Life vocab.

Surplus More (of an item) than is needed or used.
Charter A written grant of rights and privileges by a ruler or government to a community, or class of people.
Journeymen A craftsman who found work “by the day” Instead of becoming a master craftsmen.
Guild An organization of people in the same craft or trade.
Apprentice A person who works for a master in a trade or craft in return for training in that craft.
Commerce An exchange of goods, commodities, or social views and perspectives.
Common law A body of rulings made by judges or very old traditional laws.
Economics The science that deals with the production and distribution of goods and services.
Government The system that controls the economics and laws of a city, state, or country.
Culture The customs and beliefs of a certain person, race, or group of people.
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