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6.2.2 (Feudal Life)

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    • 1. Chapter 6: Section 2 II. Life in Feudal Europe
    • 2. Review
      • 1. A _______ is a European warrior who fought on horseback.
    • 3. Review
      • 2. A _______ lived on a manor and served the Lord.
    • 4. Review
      • 3. Peasants realized it was more efficient to plant crops on ________ fields instead of two. This practice is known as ______ rotation.
    • 5. Review
      • 4. This shift in power from one king to many nobles is known as __________ power.
    • 6.  
    • 7. 4. If you were going to build an impenetrable castle, what types of structures would you build to protect it? (at least two sentences)
    • 8. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Code of Chivalry :
      Chi (Shh) val (vull like bull) ry (ree like see) Shivering
    • 9. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Code of Chivalry : Social rules that governed knights
    • 10. Not Universal!
    • 11. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Code of Chivalry : Social rules that governed knights
        • Be Brave
    • 12. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Code of Chivalry : Social rules that governed knights
        • Be Brave
        • Obey Lord
    • 13. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Code of Chivalry : Social rules that governed knights
        • Be Brave
        • Obey Lord
        • Show respect to women of noble birth
    • 14. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Code of Chivalry : Social rules that governed knights
        • Be Brave
        • Obey Lord
        • Show respect to women of noble birth
        • Honor/Help the church
    • 15. Social
    • 16. Rule Social Social Rule Rules about People
    • 17. Social Rules Today
      • Don’t cut in line
    • 18. Social Rules Today
      • Don’t cut in line
      • Obey your parents
    • 19. Social Rules Today
      • Don’t cut in line
      • Obey your parents
      • Police protect the people
    • 20. With your neighbor…
      • Answer the following questions: What are some other social rules today? Think of two with you neighbor in the next minute. Remember that social rules are rules about people today.
    • 21. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Wives/Daughters ran manor during wartime
    • 22. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Wives/Daughters ran manor during wartime
      • Castle:
        • Motte: Steep Hill
    • 23. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Wives/Daughters ran manor during wartime
      • Castle:
        • Motte: Steep Hill
        • Bailey: Enclosed courtyard overlooking the motte
    • 24.  
    • 25. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Wives/Daughters ran manor during wartime
      • Castle:
        • Motte: Steep Hill
        • Bailey: Enclosed courtyard overlooking the motte
        • Keep: Central building built on motte
    • 26.  
    • 27. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Peasants
        • Often Lived in one room Cottages
    • 28. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Peasants
        • Often lived in one Room Cottages
        • Worked Year Around on Manor
    • 29. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Peasants
        • Often lived in one Room Cottages
        • Worked Year Around on Manor
        • Days off on Catholic Feast Days (50 days a year)
    • 30. II. Life in Feudal Europe
      • Peasants
        • Often lived in one Room Cottages
        • Worked Year Around
        • Days off on Catholic Feast Days (50 days a year)
        • Women had to work and raise children
        • Ate bread, vegetables, milk and fruit