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Which of the following is not something guild members did together?

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  1. Veritas
    • 3 years ago
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    "Which of the following" *Doesn't post any answers* Great question there, chief.

  2. GaLm
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    it would really help if people would put the answers.|dw:1358861955961:dw|

  3. Kate12345678
    • 3 years ago
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    A.Helped establish trading territories in urban areas B. Secured their goods, wagons, horses, and other property C.Organized revolts against governing lords D.Obtained charters from feudal lords to regulate trade

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  5. Compassionate
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    Early guilds also helped to establish trading territories. They obtained charters from feudal lords that granted them rights to regulate trade in a specific urban center or to start their own urban center in which to conduct business. These charters essentially made the guilds vassals. In return for the charters, the guilds paid taxes, helped raise armies, and provided other services for their lord. As a result, guilds—and merchants—became closely involved with their lords in the governance of medieval towns and cities. To learn what charters were like, read the excerpt from the 14th century town charter of Southampton, England.

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