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by Joel Henning master, he had to go through a rigorous period of training, after which he might be called a journeyman. The term journeyyma comes from the French jour, meaning day. Guild masters typically paid apprentices a pittance by the day, much as law clerks used to be paid little or nothing by the senior lawyers to whom they were apprenticed. After years of experience, journeymen could be elevated to masters by the vote of all the masters of the guild; they often were required to...

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