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Feudalism and Manor Life

question nobles answer who ruled their lands as powerful as the kings but remained loyal to the kings a but ruled their lands as independent territories question knight answer warriors who fought on horseback question feudalism answer historians call this system of promises that governed their relationships between lords and vassals question vassal answer a […]

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MEDIEVAL EUROPE/ FEUDALISM STUDY GUIDE

question In what year did the city of Rome fall answer 476 AD question What did the Barbarian originally live within Europe answer To the West question Greco Roman culture was answer The Christian Church question The rigid social class system is know as the answer Feudalism question Who was at the top of the […]

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The Decline of Feudalism in Western Europe in the Middle Ages

question Henry I answer King of England after William the Conqueror. He set up the exchequer position to maintain his wealth and sent out traveling jugdes to try cases throughout his kingdom and increase the power of his royal court. This weakened the nobles’ influence in dealing cases in their lands themselves. question Henry II […]

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7.2 Feudalism and Manor System

question feudalism answer A political and social system that developed during the Middle Ages; nobles offered protection and land in return for service question lord answer In feudal Europe, a person who controlled land and could therefore grant estates to vassals question vassal answer A person who received a grant of land from a lord […]

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Rise of Feudalism in Europe

question Abbot answer The male head of a monastery question Barbarian answer Member of a tribe/ group whose behavior was considered uncivilized question Cardinal answer High-ranking official of Roman Catholic Church, appointed by Pope question Catholic answer The largest Christian sect headed by the Pope that has it’s origins linked to the Roman Empire question […]

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MEDIEVAL EUROPE – Effects of Feudalism Etc.

question Government answer Strong ones collapse as local nobles take control politicallly, economically, and socially. question Economic System (money) answer People lived on manors consisting of lord’s home and peasants living on surrounding land; self-sufficient producing its own food , clothing and shelter; part of harvest went to lord for protection and land use. question […]

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TCA 6th Feudal and Late Medieval Europe

question when did Feudalism in Europe take “root”? answer during a violent and unstable time that followed the fall of the Roman Empire in the west question Feudalism answer a social and political system where lords gave land to vassals in exchange for loyalty, and service-existed in Japan question Middle Ages answer period between the […]

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Feudalism in Europe (13.2)

question Who invaded western Europe and what were some of the effects of their invasions? answer The Vikings, Muslims and Magyars invaded western Europe and made life difficult. People suffered and feared for their future. They turned to local leaders for help because there wasn’t a strong, central government. question What is feudalism and how […]

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The Middle Ages: Feudalism & Manorial System

question Fall of Roman Empire answer After fall of _____, Byzantine empire became center for trade & Greco-Roman culture; in West, Europe grew weak & fell into Middle Ages 500-1300 AD; when barbarian kingdoms conquered Rome was plagued by constant warfare, this disrupted trade , cities (forced people to rural areas), learning declined (few could […]

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Chapter 14 Section 1: Feudalism and the Manor Sytem; Europe in the Middle Ages

question Feudalism answer A system in which land was owned by kings or lords but held by vassels in return for their loyalty question Medieval answer Referring to the Middle Ages question Knight answer A man who recieved honor and land exchange for serving as a soldier question Manor answer A large estate, often including […]

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Middle Ages: Cause / Effects + Feudalism

question Lasted 1000 years between the ___ and the Renaissance answer Roman Empire question Dark Ages, Medieval Times, Post-Classical answer Other names for Middle Age question These were abandoned as centers of trade and administration as Europe became more rural answer Cities question Germanic invaders couldn’t read or write, which led Medieval Europe to have […]

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13.2 Feudalism in Europe

question lord answer in feudal Europe, a person who controlled land and could therefore grant estates to vassals. question fief answer an estate granted to a vessel by a lord under the feudal system in medieval Europe. question Vassal answer in feudal Europe, a person who received a grant of land from a lord in […]

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Ch. 9 Feudal Europe & Ch. 10 Medieval Europe and the Ottoman Empire

question How did geography help shape the way of life in Europe during the Middle Ages? answer The continent of Europe occupies about one-fifth of what is known as the Eurasian land mass. Major geographic features make up Europe’s general boundaries. The Mediterranean Sea is the southern boundary and in the east, Europe is separated […]

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Feudalism in Western Europe

question When were the Middle Ages? answer 476 CE to 1450 CE question Feudalism answer the economic and political system of medieval Europe in which people exchanged loyalty and labor for a lord’s protection question Who was King Clovis? answer Leader of the Franks. question When did King Clovis rule? answer 481 CE to 511 […]

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Feudalism in Medieval Europe

question Feudalism answer A political system based on bonds of loyalty between lords and vassals question Vassal answer A noble who serves a lord of higher rank. In return for the vassal’s loyalty and service, the lord protects the vassal and gives him land. question Fief answer The land that a lord gives a vassal. […]

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Feudal System and the Medieval Ages

question Feudalism answer By High Middle Ages (1100 C.E.), this system provided people with protection and safety from invaders by establishing a stable social order. question Social Pyramid answer A social structure in the shape of a pyramid, with levels representing classes of different ranks/status. question Homage answer Formal oath by which a vassal declared […]

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The Middle Ages- Feudal Europe

question lord answer in feudal Europe, a person who controlled land and could therefore grant estates to vassals question fief answer an estate granted to a vassal by a lord under the feudal system in medieval Europe question vassal answer in feudal Europe, a person who received a grant of land from a lord in […]

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Chapter 13 Section 2 Feudalism in Europe

question lord answer landowner question fief answer land granted by a lord question vassal answer person receiving a fief question knights answer mounted horsemen who pledged to defend their lords’ hands in exchange for fiefs question serfs answer people who could not lawfully leave the place where they were born question manor answer the lord’s […]

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Medieval Feudalism

question Practice of living as a monk answer Monasticism question Catholic Monastery or convent answer Abbey question A mother superior of an Abbey of nuns answer Abbess question Early christian monasticism was based on answer the model of a hermit question The patron saint of europe and students answer St benedict question He established a […]

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Feudalism – Flashcard

question How did the feudal system protect a lord as well as his peasants? answer The manor had everything needed to live, and was surrounded by those sworn to protect it. question How did the threat of invasion lead to the development of the manor system? answer The manor system offered people protection. question If […]

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Chapter 9 Feudal Europe

question What Changes occurred in Europe after the fall Rome? answer (1) Decline in the size and power of governments (2) Reduction in long-distance trade (3) Decline in learning and devotion to Greek and Roman culture (4) Disappearance of cities and rise of rural villages and farms (5) Growth of numerous Germanic kingdoms question What […]

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