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- n. Plural form of bronzesmith.
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There were several large areas where craftsmen and artisans produced goods for the wealthy: jewelers, clothes makers, armorers, potters, and bronzesmiths.
The ram itself, a hollow casing weighing half a ton, was cast in a single pouring—a feat that impresses even modern bronzesmiths.
Thomaites — they passed by the little Church of ‘Our Lady the Theotokos,’ which stood in the quarter of the Jewish bronzesmiths, the Chalkoprateia.