Guilds

Guilds, associations of craftsmen or tradesmen in the Middle Ages to watch over and protect the interests of their craft or trade, and to see that it is honourably as well as economically conducted, each with a body of officials to superintend its affairs; they were associations for mutual help, and of great benefit to the general community, religiously and morally, as well as municipally.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Guicciardini
Guichard, Karl
Guicowar
Guido Aretinus
Guido Reni
Guienne
Guignes, Joseph de
Guildford
Guildhall
Guildhall School of Music
Guilds
Guillotine
Guinea
Guinegate
Guinevere
Guiscard, Robert
Guise
Guise, Charles, Cardinal of Lorraine, Duke of
Guise, Claude of Lorraine
Guise, Francis
Guise, Henry I.