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A woodcutter cut down various type of trees for wood.

In the Middle Ages (medieval times), wood was the primary fuel. The different types of wood were used for such things as building homes and shelters, furniture making, heating for warmth and cooking, and heating for pottery making, metal and glass work. Many things depended on a regular supply of wood. The woodcutter who went into the forest to cut wood and bring it back was a major part of the medieval economy.

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The woodcarvers did everything from decorate the doors of cathedrals to finishing the furniture.

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the woodcutter job is not nessesary

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