But above all the sons of Cain walked Yasher-Baal the twin brother of Adami, the
Artificer, and he was fierce and terrible in his might. For when he was but a youth
he slew a lion by the strength of his arm, for he stood head and shoulders above
the sons of Cain, and his strength was greater than the strength of ten strong men.
A master craftsman which has been certified by his or her guild. Most skills within
the Adamic Age required a ten-year apprenticeship. Trades which were protected by
guilds included: potters, weavers, metal smiths, stone cutters and sculptors, architects,
musicians, masons, carpenters, artists, vintners, healers, and dyers.
A Chief Artificer was a person who mastered at least four trades and who was proclaimed
as such by a Council of Trades. Persons who earned the rank of Artificer wore a silver
medallion around their neck. On the medallion was engraved the trade which was mastered.
Persons who earned the rank of Chief Artificer wore a gold medallion around the neck.
On this gold medallion was engraved a list of trades which had been mastered.
Azrael’s Commentary - Adami
Son of Cain, twin brother of Yasher-Baal, and Chief Artificer of Zion. When he was
thirty years old, Adami was sent to the city of Kez by his father. Kez was one of
the twelve cities of the Sethian Empire. Cain’s reason for sending Adami to Kez was
to protect him from his twin brother. While living in Kez, Adami was entered into
the trade guilds of the city. By the age of forty, he had achieved the rank of Artificer.
At seventy he was proclaimed Chief Artificer before the Council of Trades. [...]
And Yasher-Baal caused that the body of his father should be cast out of the city;
and it lay upon the ground all that day. But in the night Enoch came and with him
also came Adami the twin brother of Yasher-Baal, the great Artificer, and together
they did carry the body of Cain unto the city of Zion.