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    Feudalism Vs Manorialism

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    The concepts of feudalism and manorialism are much like mutualism in the animal kingdom. Both species lack something, such as food, defense, or shelter, and both species can obtain what they need by cooperating with each other. Feudalism is based similarly. In a monarchy, for example, what the lord in power may lack is the knowledge that his subjects are loyal to him and would never try to overthrow him or betray his interests. What a lower-class citizen may require is protection, food, land, or other similar primary wants. When both the lord and the peasant can both offer something the other needs, the two are in agreement. This is feudalism, at a basic level. Monarchs that ran feudalist societies usually traded protection and physical goods in exchange for unswerving…

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    fell there were very few changes within the rural economy and the Roman Empire continued to influence it. It began its decline in the 5th and 6th centuries because of the barbarian advances. Once the Roman Empire fell large Roman landowners developed a system to combine their hold over land and laborers. This system is called Manorialism. It was the most prominent form of the rural economy in Western Europe from the 6th century to the 13th century. In manorialism those who worked the land…

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    Manorialism was the organized structure of the feudal manor, essential to how feudalism flourished. During the Middle Ages, the lords and the serfs typically lived within one estate, known as the manor. Given to the lord from an overlord of theirs, they were to manage and rule over the entire land, as well as those who lived within. Originating from the french word, meneir—to dwell, the inhabitants of the manor worked for the lord in return for protection and shelter, often living in that manor…

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    Manorialism was a system of political, economic, and social relations between lords and laborers. The manor helped people in the different classes, by providing things for the lords and serfs. Kings and great nobles controlled large areas of land and gave smaller parcels of land called manors to royal supporters, lords (Cels 4). The land granted to a lord was an estate which mainly included a manor house and houses for peasants who worked on the land (Nardo 19). Manorialism organized a…

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    had the most difficult of duties yet still got the least in return just for being the lowest class. Serfs had to give much to the manor to even get a little in return from his or her lord. All serfs and freemen had to pay a yearly rent for living on the manor, but yet still they had to make things worse for a serf than a freeman. The serf had no choice to pay for even the smallest of privileges. To use things on the manor or even when selling his own goods he had to give some of the profits to…

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    the chain is inanimate objects, such as rocks, metals, and the four elements (Melani). (STEWE-2)The highest on the chain is God. The more divine and spiritual matter you have the higher up on the chain you are. (SIP-B) if you were out of place there was some serious effects (STEWE-1)The need for strong political rule was in fact very important, for the Renaissance ended the most important part to feudalism, the medieval form of political organization (Melani). (STEWE-2)The fear of "disorder"…

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    Middle Ages Dbq Essay

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    In the Middle Ages the population of towns and cities in Europe began to grow. The growth of trade fairs and markets along with advancements in farming, such as the heavy plow that lead to increased food production, caused this growth in population. People's lives in the Medieval Times was controlled by different systems that told them how to live and what their job was. Merchants were in control of the trade system over the Silk Road, which provided the country of Europe new goods and a way to…

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    Feudalism Research Paper

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    Module 9 Key Terms Feudalism Feudalism refers to a combination of military and legal customs in European medieval and aristocratic knights that flourished between the 9th and 15th century. It explains a set of both military and judicial responsibilities among warriors, revolving around three centers, that is the vassals, lords, and fiefs/land. Feudalism does not only incorporate the seizure of the land or the kings but also concentrates on the sovereignty of the state to exercise the feudal…

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    In the middle ages, the way that land was ruled and controlled is very different from the way our land is organised in the present day. They had something called the Feudal system, which is basically a series of grants of land in return for a service and supplies. The Feudal System started with the King, who owned a lot of land. Naturally, he couldn’t control and farm it all, so he granted some of it to the highest ranking of his nobles and church members- barons, bishops etc. In return, these…

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    The shepherd was only one of the many important roles in feudalism, who had many important jobs. Shepherd serfs had lots of important jobs around the manor. To become a shepherd, a normal farmer serf could pay a cash payment to gain the many privileges, but also responsibilities of a shepherd (Bennett 77). The shepherds main job was to move the lord’s fold of sheep around from place to place on the demesne (Bennett 77). He also had to report any peasants that tried to keep their sheep on…

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