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Middle Ages V.

Dark Ages The peroid after the fall of Rome.
Pope The head of the Roman Catholic Church.
Vikings The tribe that invaded England and ended up ruling.
Charlemagne United Western Europe.
Feudalism A political and military system based on the holding of land.
Feif Land and everything on it that a lord gave to a vassal.
Knight A soldier that fought for a lord.
Lord A king or nobal.
Page A young noble who learned certain things to become a knight.
Peasant A poor farmer.
Vassal A person who recieved land from a king or noble and gave loyalty in return.
Manor The part of a fief that peasants farm for the lord.
Serf A peasant who was bound to the land and whos life was controled by the lord.
Bishop A priest who is in charge of all the other priests and churches.
Parlament The English council or law-making assembly.
Created by: adunne