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Middle Ages

vocab for SS of Middle Ages

Middle Ages same as the Medieval Period
manor a large piece of land owned by a lord; also called an estate
serfs poor people who worked for lords during the Middle Ages; they worked long hours, were poorly fed and clothed, and were not allowed to leave the manor
feudalism arrangement between lord, vassal, and serf for ownership of land, military service, and protection during the Middle Ages
lord a-well-to-do noble who owned an estate; a lord usually lived in a castle, gave land to vassals in return for military serve, and used serfs to farm his land
vassal a noble who was givin land by the lord in return for military assistance and other services to the lord
fief land givin by a lord to a vassal in return for military and services
guild a medieval organization for crafts workers and trades people
Magna Carta the "Great Charter," agreeded to by King John of England in 1215 which gave certain rights and LIMITED THE POWER OF KING
Charlemagne considered the greatest king of Middle Ages; was the first king ordained by a pope; ethncity was Frank (French and German)
William the Conqueror Norman king who defeated the Anglo-Saxon king and became the first Norman king of England
King John I King of England from 1199-1216; signed Magna Carta in 1215 giving more rigths to British nobles
England Part of the UK on the island of Great Britian
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