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Feudalism Vocab.

Words important to feudalism and their meanings.

Feudalism A ranking system used during the Middle Ages to establish social order and protection.
barbarian A member of a group that invaded Rome and did not follow Roman ways. Kind of like vikings.
Roman Catholic Church The place Clovis was baptized into. The center of life, religion, and power during the Middle Ages.
pope The leader of the catholic church.
monarch Kings’ and Queens’, who were also feudal lords.
fief A grant of land in exchange for something (Service).
manor A large estate containing a castle and at least one village. The place where a lord lived.
divine right The idea that they (the monarch) were given the right to rule by god.
noble One of the feudal lord’s knights, or a member of their army. Also a monarch's minor lords.
duke The next person in line for the throne, like a prince. The level of noble right below the monarch and prince.
hierarchy The power of each class, especially the ruling class.
chivalry The knights’ strong behavioral code.
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