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    war and poverty, and such they birthed the feudal system to lessen the effects of both those societal ailments. There were both military and economic structures that feudalism operated on. The manor supported those structures using the payments and life of a peasant and by giving the income of a lord. The free peasant filled in the gap between classes and was neither in nobility, or in servitude. The economic and military system known as the feudal system relied on a combination of the workings of

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    The Feudal System

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    The Feudal system was functioned over 800 years. The Feudal system would take over people's minds.They also would control the people's body's. They took over people and tortured others if they didn’t obeyed. Royalty has the right to give peasant's choices and take charge if they don't listen to their lord. The system gave royalty the right to torture peasants and give peasants chances to serve for them and their kingdom. The royalty would tell the peasants if they served for them they would grant

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    century, medieval society created the Feudal system. The Feudal system is a combination of both legal and military customs, which insured social relationships, from the swapping of land ownership for labour and services. The Feudal system was introduced to Britain in, 1066 by William the Conqueror (otherwise known as William the 1st) after he took over the British throne. Although it can be argued that the peasants played the most important role in the Feudal system, many historians are in a constant

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    1. Q: When was the feudal system developed and why was it used extensively during the Middle Ages in comparison to past social systems? A: Feudalism, short for the feudal system, has long reaching roots that can be best described as vague in its founding. Feudalism was first found in the 8th century when the Frankish kingdom practiced the act of passing fiefs to lords under the control on the king. When the Frankish kingdom attacked northern Italy, Spain, and Germany, the idea of feudalism spread

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    Knights and kings are the first thing that many people think of regarding medieval times. However, the system was quite different and was called feudalism. Feudalism was a system that helped the king keep control of his kingdom and be able to protect his country. The feudal system was divided into four levels, and began around 900 A.D. and ended around 1400 A.D. Feudalism began in England when the Romans, who were in control of the people, left and the country became unstable. The Germanic tribes

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    The feudal system was able to function for over 800 years by controlling peoples bodies and minds. The peoples mind would be controlled by the church which had a strand of royalty. On the other hand the body was controlled by the king by starving and torturing people. the system was also a form that would never change people were born into what their parents were, kings were born into royalty and peasants were born into peasantry. The way the feudal system would control the mind of so may people

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    by three basic things- their feudal obligations, their religion and the crime and punishment system forced upon them. Feudal obligations helped build their social hierarchy and what was proper for them (depending on their rank) to do, Religion controlled their beliefs and ultimately what provided entertainment and the law system sparked fear so that no one will misbehave. They all play an important roll, but the most controlling factor was Religion. The law system was something that could possibly

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    The feudal system played a major role in the economy of Europe during the Middle Ages. At the time there was no strong government and little protection, but the feudal system provided the basic needs for justice. The word feudal comes from a Latin term for fief meaning the estate or land granted by a lord to his noblemen in return for loyalty and service. Each noble would promise to supply the king with soldiers in time of war. The nobles divided their lands among lower lords and nights, and they

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    about how things were in Medieval Europe, Islam, China, Renaissance, and Exploration. This semester I learned about the Feudal System in Medieval Europe, I learned about the encomienda system, and I learned about the five pillars of Islam. All of these things greatly shaped today’s world and are very important pieces of our history. In Medieval Europe, they had a Feudal System. At the very bottom, they had the Peasants, then they had the Knights/Lords, next there were the Nobles, and finally, there

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    Medieval period. The period has its own divisions that are either early and late middle age or early, high, and late. A Feudal system characterizes the high Middle Ages, an era around 1000-1300 CE. The late middle ages, an era around 1300-1500 CE, is characterized by crisis and recovery. Feudalism, a name, which is derived from a German fehu-od forms the basis of the Feudal system (Feudalism). Feudalism could be defined as a social structure that was dominating in Europe during the Middle Ages. Furthermore

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