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Top Five Jobs in The 16th Century and 14th Century Verona, Italy. By Josh Moro and Brendan Smith. Housing and Geography in 14th Century Verona, Italy. Two-three story houses were built in the country and in the town. The had living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and storage space.

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Top five jobs in the 16th century and 14th century verona italy

TopFiveJobsinThe16thCenturyand 14thCentury Verona,Italy

By Josh Moro and Brendan Smith


Housing and geography in 14th century verona italy

Housing and Geography in 14th Century Verona, Italy

  • Two-three story houses were built in the country and in the town.

  • The had living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and storage space.

  • Verona Italy is a City on the Adige River in northern Italy

  • Its population grew to around 35,000 to 40,000 in the early 14th century.


Historical facts about 14th century verona italy

Historical facts about 14th Century Verona, Italy

  • Verona was founded during the 4th century BC.

  • The city reached the highest of its political influence during the 14th century because of the seat of power of the della Scala family.

  • Verona is famous for its Roman amphitheatre, the Arena, where opera is now performed during the summer. The Arena, which is like the Roman Colosseum, was built in the mid-1st century AD on a site which at the time was outside the city walls. The ludi that has shows and games were so famous that people came to Verona to experience it.


Economy of 14th century verona italy

Economy of 14th Century Verona, Italy

  • They earned money from shipping industries of the town where they sold slaves, wood, spices, silks, salt, and fish.

  • They developed a strong navy to protect their products in the Adriatic Sea and Eastern Mediterranean Sea.

  • Verona got wealthy from the products they sold and with the money they made from art, sculptures and architecture.


Art during 14th century verona italy

Art during 14th Century Verona, Italy

  • Veronese art became famous for its light and color and its portrayal of space.

Artist:Paolo Veronese


Top five jobs in the 16th century

Top Five Jobs In The 16th Century

Weavers of linen and wool

Agricultural Labourers

Tending the animals

Printmakers

Painters


Weavers of wool and linen

Weavers of Wool and Linen

The tapestry was woven by several

weavers using a loom,

which is a hand operated apparatus

designed for weaving fabrics.

They could either be woven

horizontally or vertically.


Weaver of wool and linen

Weaver of Wool and Linen


Agricultural labourers

Agricultural Labourers

Most farmers owned a few animals. They also usually rented land from someone to work on. The first part of the 16th century was great because there was a high demand for wool. As prices rose, farmers had to shut down so it went down. Farmers had to take care of animals and work out in the fields. They had few machines. When they did have machines they were made out of wood.


Agricultural labourer

Agricultural Labourer


Tending livestock

Tending Livestock

This was the woman's job. They tended the pigs, chickens, and ducks most of the time.Their job consisted of feeding the animals and cleaning up after them.


Printmakers

Printmakers

A printmaker uses techniques like woodcuts or silk-screens to create images which are transposed onto surfaces, using a printing press.


Painters

Painters

In the early sixteenth century, the center of patronage in the arts shifted to Rome. When painters painted, they used a lot of color. They painted little by little and all togethers the paint makes a picture.


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