Medieval Carpenters — A Writer’s Perspective

Bradford on Avon Tithe Barn Exterior We’re back with medieval crafts and trades this week, looking at carpenters. There have always been carpenters. Two thousand years ago, Joseph, the earthly father of Jesus, was a carpenter and there were carpenters two thousand years before him. Their craft remained unchanged for centuries. We know that carpentry […]

Medieval Carpenters — A Writer’s Perspective

Published by striderlee

Dungeon Master, homebrewer, foodie, bibliophile, and fantasy author. He/Him

2 thoughts on “Medieval Carpenters — A Writer’s Perspective

    1. Yes, indeed! I find myself trying to learn more and more about them due to my interest in writing fantasy fiction. I’ve also had some limited hands-on experience with the former, but not very much with the latter, I’m afraid. I have yet to even try starting the simplest garden.

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