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LOL-- after all that in-depth information, “So, what can we learn from all of this?

Honestly, not much.” 🤣 This was quite interesting! I think us humans and the obstacles, joys, and conundrums we face have always been the same. It’s the details that change.

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'Tis not about the conclusion, but about the tedious, ambiguous journey to arrive at it. ⚔️

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It was nice filling in some of my information about the Middle Ages. From what I know of Master Carpenters, most of their work wasn't on a construction site, that was for journeyman. Most Masters were either teaching or pricing, and doing bookwork. The rest was new to me. I rather enhoyed the article, please, I have no desire to see the dungeon, Sir. ...Now I am wondering if I would prefer the Dungeon to the Oubliette...

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Forsooth, a goode point! Although if Masters Carpenters wanted to live to see another day they wouldst work…wheresoever The King told them to!

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Ah, yes. Politics and bootlicking were not born yesterday, were they?

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deletedFeb 6, 2023Liked by Jan Lionsnest
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We hope this will inform thy buying decisions next tyme thou visits the 14th century!

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