Butchers in Medieval Times?

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Butchers in Medieval Times were the ones to butcher the animals for eating. The role of a butcher was to prepared the proper cuts of meat in a hygienic way. The butchers formed guilds to and issued rules and restrictions on slaughtering animals.
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