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Feudalism manorialism

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  • 1. Feudalism & Manorialism
  • 2.
    • Warriors who received land from tribal kings.
    • Uniform system of justice established by Henry II of England.
    • Charter that limited the powers of the English monarchy.
    • Primary economic system of the middles ages.
    • Waged war to recover the Holy Land from the Turks.
  • 3. What is Feudalism?
  • 4. What is Feudalism?
    • The main political and military arrangement of medieval Europe
    • The practice of lords granting land or fiefs to vassals in return for a pledge of loyalty & military service
  • 5. How did this Feudalism thing work?
  • 6. How did this Feudalism thing work?
    • King gives land to Nobles in exchange for loyalty & support in war
    • Nobles give land to their knights in exchange for similar loyalty pledges
    • Lord: the land-granter guy
    • Vassal: land-receiver guy
    • Fief: the land
  • 7. What did Kings get for their land?
  • 8. What did Kings get for their land?
    • Protection from invaders
    • Nobles provided foot soldiers and knights
    • In exchange for providing soldiers, nobles got land
    • In exchange for fighting knights got land
  • 9. What was the primary economic system of Medieval Europe?
  • 10. What was the primary economic system of Medieval Europe?
    • The manorial system
    • Nobles gave peasants the right to work the land on their manor
    • In return peasants paid a portion of their crops
  • 11. How was the manor set up?
  • 12. How was the manor set up?
    • Manor House or Castle
    • Pastures, fields, woods & a village
    • Most manors were able to become nearly self-sufficient
    • Self-sufficiency lead to the fragmentation of society

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