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serf A pasent that is leagally bond to live and work owend by a lord
manor estate of a medieval lord
fief estate granted by a lord or vassel
knights male warriors who served their land as mounted soliders on horse back
vassels in medieval europe noblemen who recived land from other noblemen in exchange for their service
hierachy a system for ranking members of a group according to their importance
feudalism a strict social system in which landowers grant people land in exchange for millatary service
king a male ruler of a independent state, especilly one who inherits the postion by right of birth
chivary code of conduct in medieval Europe that requires knights to be brave, loyal and honest
loyalty the quality of being loyal to someone or somethig
monastery a secluded religous communtiy
Crusades a series of military campaigns to establish Christian control over the Holy Land
lord - A nobleman who has responsibility of protecting people’s homes and lands
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