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What is Feudalism? A system of economic and political organization, as in Europe in the Middle Ages, in which landholding lords granted lands to vassals in return for service and homage.
Who where the Barbarians? A person in a culture believed by those in another culture to be savage, primitive, or uncivilized. The Romans fought the barbarians to the north.
What was the Roman Catholic Church? A Christian church organized into a hierarchy of bishops and priests that is headed by the pope, or Bishop of Rome; Latin Church.
Who was the Pope? The bishop of Rome, head of the Roman Catholic Church.
Who was the Monarchy? A sole, often hereditary ruler such as a king, queen, or emperor.
What is a Fief? A landholding granted by a lord to a vassal in a feudal system.
What was a Manor? A landed estate and its main residence; mansion.
What was Divine Right? The doctrine that a monarch's right to rule comes directly from God, not from the people.
Who was a Noble? Of, concerning, or belonging to a class of society that bears hereditary titles of rank or status; aristocratic.
Who was a Duke? A high-ranking male nobleman, the ruler of a duchy in Europe or ranked just below a prince in Britain. Example:The Monarch liked the Duke so he gave him land.
Who was a Hierarchy? A body of people graded according to rank or level of authority.
What was Chivalry? 1. The practices, principles, and spirit of medieval knighthood. 2. Gallantry, courtesy, loyalty, and other qualities expected of an ideal knight. 3. A group of knights.
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