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Feudalism

TermDefinition
reign the period of time during which a king or other monarch rules
Charlemagne the leader of the Franks from 768 to 814 C.E., who unified most of the Christian lands of Europe into a single empire
feudalism the economic and political system of medieval Europe in which people exchanged loyalty and labor for a lord's protection
fief land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty and service
monarch a ruler, such as a king or queen
manor a large estate, including farmland and villages
divine right of kings the belief that God gives monarchs the right to rule
serf a peasant who could not leave the lord’s land on which he or she was born and worked
noble a person of high rank by birth or title
chivalry the medieval knight’s code of ideal behavior, including bravery, loyalty, and respect for women
hierarchy a system of organizing people people into ranks, with those of higher rank having more power and privileges
Created by: tnutter