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What is a medieval skipper? | Reference.com

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A medieval skipper is a privateer or captain of a vessel. A privateer was the captain of a ship who hunted pirates or enemy merchant vessels during wartime  ...

Medieval Occupations - Sailor, Scribe, Servant

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Sailors often led lonely and hard lives and it was a most difficult occupation during the Medieval Ages. It required a firm will and dedication as vessels would  ...

What is a medieval skipper - Answers.com

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A skipper from the medieval times was a pirate; someone who stole and normally traveled over seas.

What did a skipper do in medieval times - Answers.com

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He was the captain of a boat, whether it be for fishing or traveling purposes. ... A skipper from the medieval times was a pirate; someone who stole and normally ...

The Middle Ages - Lord Alford

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Medieval Warfare. ~~. The Children's Crusade · Spelling, Schmelling .... Skipper - A privateer. Very unfashionably dressed. He is prone to steal from his cargo.

Skipper | Define Skipper at Dictionary.com

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Skipper definition, the master or captain of a vessel, especially of a small trading or fishing vessel. See more.

Historic Skipper House in Old Town - Houses for Rent in Kaub - Airbnb

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Entire home/apt for $64. The apartment is integrated in two medieval skipper houses. They have been renovated and modernized carefully. The apartment is ...

Surname Database: Skipper Last Name Origin

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Last name meaning Skipper: This unusual surname is of early medieval English origin, and is an occupational name for a basket-maker, deriving from the M ...

Engineering the Medieval Achievement|Shipping Systems|Shipping ...

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Often fishermen would not own a ship but instead skipper(rent) one. Larger ships were more often owned by a few people or by institutions like a church or the ...

skipper notes - Genealogy.com

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Feb 9, 2008 ... Skipper: I have been collecting emails and post from the me... Read more ... This unusual surname is of early medieval English origin, and is an ...