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Feudalism

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TermDefinition
Feudalism the organizing of a kingdom
barbarian a person belonging to a tribe or group that is considered uncivilized.
Roman Catholic Church the Christian church headed by the pope in Rome
pope the bishop of Rome and supreme leader of the Roman Catholic church
monarch a ruler, such as a king or queen
fief land granted by a lord to a vassal in exchange for loyalty and service
manor a large estate, including farmland and villages, held by a lord
divine right the belief that God gives monarchs power
noble a person of high rank since birth or title
duke the highest type of European noble ranking just below a prince
hierarchy a system of organizing people into ranks, with those of higher rank having more power and privileges
chivalry the medieval knight’s code of ideal behavior,including bravery,loyalty, and respect for woman
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