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Feudalism a system in medieval europe in which people exchanged loyalty and labor for lords protection and an economic and political system that keep order of society
barbarian did not follow roman ways and are considered uncivilized.
Roman Catholic Church a central part of society during this time. the christian church headed by the pope in rome.
pope helped Charlemagne build empire. the bishop of rome supreme leader of the roman catholic church.
monarch the very top of feudal society, or kings and queens.
fief land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty and service
manor wealthy knights lived there, or large estates, or a large castle. included farmland and villages owned by the lord.
divine right medieval knights believed in the divine rights. the belief that god gives the monarchs power to rule.
noble to provide enough knights and soldiers. knights, vassals, and monarchs were noble.
duke one of the rulers of a country. highest type of european noble, just below monarch.
hierarchy a system of organizing people into ranks, with those of higher ranked with more power than those ranked lower.
chivalry the medieval knight’s code of ideal behavior, including bravery, loyalty, and respect for women.
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