Broadwater School History Department How free were Medieval Townspeople?. Step One: Keeping up the standardThe guilds controlled the making and sale of goods very tightly.People could not make or sell goods in a town unless they were the member of a guild, for example
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1. Broadwater School History DepartmentHow free were Medieval Townspeople? Step One: Keeping up the standard
The guilds controlled the making and sale of goods very tightly.
People could not make or sell goods in a town unless they were the member of a guild, for example …
The guilds controlled the training of apprentices. This meant that not everyone could …
You could only make goods and have apprentices if you were a master craftsman. This meant that not everyone had the freedom to ….