Guild System

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Lantern Clock - Guild System
... high demand for this popular clock in combination with an effective guild system ... In 1631 King Charles I granted a charter for a clockmaker guild in London the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, which exists to this day ... Many of the well known clock makers from that era were freemen of this guild ...
Dungeon Party - Features - Guild System
... The game features a guild system called the "n00b herd" ... Up to four players may be a member of any one n00b herd at any one time ...
Piece Work - History - The Guild System
... as a common form of labor, 'piece work' had its origins in the guild system of work during the Commercial Revolution and before the Industrial Revolution ... that at about this time, the master craftsmen of the guild system began to assign their apprentices work on pieces which could be performed at home, rather than within the master's workshop ... In the English system of manufacturing, workers mass-produced parts from a fixed design as part of a division of labor, but did not have the advantage of machine tools or metalworking jigs ...
Guild Of Saint Luke - Italy
... In Renaissance Florence the Guild of St ... Painters belonged to the guild of the Doctors and Apothecaries ("Arte dei Medici e Speziali") as they bought their pigments from the apothecaries, while ... San Luca)—which had been founded as early as 1349—although it was a separate entity from the guild system ...

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