5.5 Feudalism and the Manorial system

5.5 Feudalism and the Manorial system
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5.5 Feudalism and the Manorial system

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Goals for this lesson
At the end of this lesson you...
  • understand how feudalism worked.
  • understand how the Manorial system worked.

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[5.5] What is a serf?

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[5.5] A piece of adjoining land is called a...

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Feudal system
  • Started by the Franks
  •  System of higher lord giving lesser lords (nobles) a piece of land = a fief.
  • In return the lesser lord gives a pledge of fealty to his lord.

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  • =fighter on horseback
  • Some knights were vassals of a land and got a fief. Other lived in their castles and fought in their armies.

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5.5 Feudalism and the Manorial system

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  • =Large piece of adjoining land.
  •  Two parts: land of the lord and land of the farmers
  • Manor= Domain
  • Together this is called the Manorial system.

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Pledge of fealty
Fighter on horseback
Piece of adjouning land
Giving loyalty to a lord
A piece of land given to a vassal

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Serfs= Horigen
  • Belong to the domain.
  • If the lord sells the land or gives it away, the serfs is as well.

  • A serf is not allowed to:
  • Leave the domain without permission.
  • Marry without approval of the lord.

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