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Ch. 13 s.2 and 3

Chapter 13 sections 2 and 3

A lord's estate manor
A church tax paid to the village priest tithe
Land granted by a landowner fief
The person receiving land from a landowner was usually a lesser lord vassal
A Germanic people sometimes referred to as Northmen or Norsemen Vikings
Mounted horsemen who pledged to defend their lords' lands in exchange for their land knights
People who were bound to the land of a lord and who could not lawfully leave the place where they were born serfs
a system of loyalties and protections based on mutual obligations feudalism
This was the economic part of feudalism that was self-sufficient the manor system
What was the main idea behind feudalism? the central theme of feudalism was control of the land
Why did the people of early Europe need to turn to local leaders for help? With no strong central government, they went to local leaders for protection
What would you find physically on a typical manor? farmland,village,castle,forest,and church
The type of government during the European Middle Ages was at first no central government,feudalism, and a monarchy
What were the three main groups of feudal society? those who fought were the nobles and knights, those who prayed wherethe church officials, and those who worked were the peasants
Explain the mutual obligations of the feudal system In exchange for military and other services, a lord granted land to a vassal.
Explain why the feudal system often resulted in complicated alliances The same noble might be a vassal to several different lords.
Discuss the mutual obligations between lord and serfs under the manor system. In exchange for housing,land,and protection, serfs had to perform tasks to maintain the estate and to pay several different types of taxes.
Why did serfs except their economic hardships? Acceptance was part of Church teachings; they believed that God decided people's social position.
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