Guild-master and journeyman,
“Guild-master, that is, a full member of a guild, a master within, not a head of a guild.” [Engels, 1888 English Edition]
A journeyman in the Middle Ages was someone who had completed apprenticeship and become educated about their craft, but not yet a guild-master.
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