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Medieval Europe

Manor System Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
manor the house of a lord; could be a castle or a large house
demesne land farmed especially for the lord
strip farming farm land divided into long strips for different uses
peasant a person working for a lord
villain a "free" peasant
serf a "bound" peasant
cotter farm laborer with no rights to any land
glebe land farmed by or for the manor priest or parson(also called parson's close)
parson a minister
close meadows farmed specifically for the lord
waste land used for grazing of animals
bailiff overseer of the lord's lands
arable land farm(able) land
Created by: mrsdunn