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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By Josh Moro and Brendan Smith
Weavers of linen and wool
Tending the animals
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.
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.
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.
A printmaker uses techniques like woodcuts or silk-screens to create images which are transposed onto surfaces, using a printing press.
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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