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Middle Ages Vocab

TermDefinition
Middle Ages The years between ancient and modern times
Medieval referring to the Middle Ages
Feudalism a system in which poor people were legally bound to work for wealthy people
Social Class a division of society based on social and economic status
Manor a large estate, often including farms and a village, ruled by a lord
Peasant a person who made their living as a farmer or laborer, usually poor
Serf a farm worker considered part of the manor they worked on
Noble a person who belongs to a high social class
Knight a man who received honor and land in exchange for serving a lord as a soldier
Samurai Japanese warriors who defended nobles and their land
Guild a medieval organization of merchants, traders, or crafts people
Economy the wealth and resources of a country or region
Geography the physical features of the earth
Culture the way of life of a particular people
Created by: npollnow